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Plateau and Ute Doll Cradleboard Collection
Doll Cradleboard collection (Right to Left) 1. Ute cradleboard, 13”. Beaded edge with cross accents and brain tanned deer hide. 2. Umatilla doll cradleboard. Fully beaded panel. Cros...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Toys and Dolls

Child's Eskimo Kayak
Constructed over 100 years ago, this Eskimo kayak is made from seal skin tightly wrapped over a wooden skeleton frame. The fisherman is original and is covered in a paper thin tanned...
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Antique Early 1900s American Native American Toys and Dolls

  • Child's Eskimo Kayak
  • Child's Eskimo Kayak
  • Child's Eskimo Kayak
  • Child's Eskimo Kayak
H 4.75 in. W 18.5 in. D 3.5 in.
American Folk-Art Carved Wooden Canoe
American folk-art canoe, probably from Alaska, but could also be American Indian. Has quite a bit of age to it and I would expect it was made in the early 1800s. The canoers are made...
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Antique Early 1900s American Toys and Dolls

  • American Folk-Art Carved Wooden Canoe
  • American Folk-Art Carved Wooden Canoe
  • American Folk-Art Carved Wooden Canoe
  • American Folk-Art Carved Wooden Canoe
H 4 in. W 16 in. D 3.5 in.
Native Cheyenne Princess Doll Sculpture
This "Cheyenne Princess" is a research-accurate 1880s doll sculpture, expressing the beauty of the Cheyenne culture. The piece is historically precise in every detail and process of ...
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Early 2000s American Native American Native American Objects

Native American Hopi Kachina Doll in Display Case
Nicely made and displayed. Signed by the artist on the base. Kachina figures are believed to act as messengers between humans and the spirit world Display case dimensions: 10" ...
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20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Wood, Paint

Antique Native American Beaded Doll, Plains, circa 1890
A female doll form created around 1890 by a Native American (Plains Indian) woman. Constructed of native tanned hide and sewn with sinew, the doll is wearing a traditional plains bea...
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Hide

Northwest Coast Wooden Doll with Thunderbird, Eagle Mask
Seated figure with Thunderbird mask; carved yellow cedar, Thunderbird mask (eagle) depicted as head on a seated human body. Arms are dramatically open and outstretched. Large, richly...
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Vintage 1920s American Native American Native American Objects

Mid-20th Century Child's Painted Wood Kachina Doll
This is an excellent replica of a 19th century child's kachina Doll with a flat, wood tableta headdress and concave back. It is made of cotton wood and hand painted with a textured p...
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Mid-20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Wood, Wood

19th Century Native American Shaman's Doll Effigy Head
Region / tribe: Northern North West Coast / Tsimshian circa mid–19th century Material: White stone Dimension: H 1½” Condition: Excellent, no restoration Comments: The ...
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Antique Mid-19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Stone

Antique Native American Beaded Toy Doll Cradle, Plateau, circa 1880
A doll cradle created as a toy for use by a Western Plateau girl. Constructed of native tanned hide stretched over a wooden backboard. Fully beaded in blue, yellow, red and white tra...
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Hide

Native American Indian Doll with Traditional Lakota Sioux Cherokee Wedding Dress
Native American Indian Doll with Traditional Lakota Sioux Cherokee Wedding Dress with Bead-work, One of a Kind This is an authentic Native American, American made lifelike adult d...
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Vintage 1980s North American Native American Native American Objects

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Leather, Clay

Unusual 20th Century Kachina "style" Doll of a Navajo Figure with Large Hands
Painted cottonwood Kachina "style" doll depicting a Navajo, circa 1940s. It is in good condition, with bright color. Kachina dolls were usually created to teach Hopi children the var...
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Vintage 1940s American Native American Native American Objects

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Wood, Wood

Eskimo Hide Doll with Hide Face
Eskimo doll finely sewn of seal hide with remains of fur. The jacket has delicate stitching at bottom of coat. The features are sewn onto the face. Mounted on modern stand.
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Antique Mid-19th Century American Tribal Native American Objects

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Hide

  • Eskimo Hide Doll with Hide Face
  • Eskimo Hide Doll with Hide Face
  • Eskimo Hide Doll with Hide Face
  • Eskimo Hide Doll with Hide Face
H 12 in. W 7 in. D 2 in.
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