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Native American North West Coast Vintage Totem Group Haida
Located in London, GB
Native American North West Coast Totem Group Haida Tlingit A group of 4 vintage carved and painted cedar wood totems Vancouver BC signed my makers one dated 1966 Measures: height...
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Vintage 1960s Canadian Native American Objects

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Wood

Early 20th Century Native American North West Coast Eagle Comb
Located in Point Richmond, CA
Early 20th Century Native American North West Coast Eagle Comb The eagle has a frog in its claws which is “holding” a whale. Carved with classic North West Coast styling and motifs....
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Early 20th Century Canadian Other Native American Objects

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Wood, Paint

North West Coast Indian Totem Pole
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This North West Coast Indian totem pole has fantastic carving and condition. It is unsigned or dated. Found in California. This table top totem pole is unpainted and nice aged patina.
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Mid-20th Century American Adirondack Native American Objects

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Wood

  • North West Coast Indian Totem Pole
  • North West Coast Indian Totem Pole
  • North West Coast Indian Totem Pole
  • North West Coast Indian Totem Pole
H 18 in. W 12 in. D 3.5 in.

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Pair of North or Native American Chairs in Leather and Wood
Located in Pijnacker, Zuid-Holland
Exceptional handcrafted pair of North / Native American chairs in wood and leather. Manufacturer: Unknown Designer: Unknown Country: North America Model: chairs Material: Leat...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Armchairs

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Leather, Wood

20th c. North West Coast Indian Mask
Located in Chicago, IL
A beautiful carved and painted Indian mask. Undetermined tribe.
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20th Century American Native American Masks

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Wood

  • 20th c. North West Coast Indian Mask
  • 20th c. North West Coast Indian Mask
  • 20th c. North West Coast Indian Mask
  • 20th c. North West Coast Indian Mask
H 8.25 in. W 11.5 in. D 3.5 in.
Large Model Canoe by Native North American Indians, circa 1890
Located in Incline Village, NV
This well designed and nicely crafted dugout canoe is from the Pacific Northwest Coastal region, circa 1890s, and is likely the work of the Nuu Chah Nulth (Nootka) tribe. This unusua...
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Antique 1890s Canadian Native American Native American Objects

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Wood

Hand Carved West Coast Haida Cedar Wood Salmon Wall Hanging or Sculpture
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This hand carved Salmon wall sculpture was done by Mei Good in the Haida West Coast British Columbia style in circa 1960. This large carving is quite detailed in the treatment of the...
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Mid-20th Century North American Native American Native American Objects

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Cedar

Vintage Northwest Hand Carved Wood TOTEM Pole
Located in Washington, DC
Very appealing hand carved and painted wood TOTEM pole. TOTEM is hand carved from one piece of solid wood and dates to about the 1940s. Apparently unsigned. Measures: 17.75 inches high.
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Mid-20th Century North American Native American Objects

Materials

Wood

  • Vintage Northwest Hand Carved Wood TOTEM Pole
  • Vintage Northwest Hand Carved Wood TOTEM Pole
  • Vintage Northwest Hand Carved Wood TOTEM Pole
  • Vintage Northwest Hand Carved Wood TOTEM Pole
H 17.75 in. W 3.5 in. D 3.5 in.
Native American Wall Hanging Sculpture "Dream Catcher"
Located in Oakland Park, FL
Monumental American Indian round wall hanging sculpture made with feathers, wool, twisted yarns and wood. The dream catcher has been a part of Native American culture for generation...
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20th Century North American Native American Wall-mounted Sculptures

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Wool, Yarn, Feathers, Wood

Rare Yup'ik Mask, Alaska
Located in New York, NY
Yup’ik Eskimo masks are possibly the highest form of expression of Native American Art and profoundly influenced the Surrealist artists who had escaped Paris in the Second World War ...
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Early 20th Century North American Native American Objects

Materials

Feathers, Wood

  • Rare Yup'ik Mask, Alaska
  • Rare Yup'ik Mask, Alaska
  • Rare Yup'ik Mask, Alaska
  • Rare Yup'ik Mask, Alaska
H 14 in. W 15 in.
Late 19th Century Yu'pik Bird Mask, Nunivak Island, Alaska
Located in New York, NY
Yup’ik Eskimo masks are possibly the highest form of expression of Native American Art and profoundly influenced the Surrealist artists who had escaped Paris in the Second World War ...
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Antique Late 19th Century North American Native American Objects

Materials

Beads, Wood

19th Century Collection of Yup'ik Dolls, Alaska
Located in New York, NY
Young girls in Alaska, like girls in countless cultures the world over, played with dolls. Yup'ik girls usually owned a number of dolls made for them by her fathers, commonly in sets...
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Antique Late 19th Century North American Native American Objects

Materials

Fur, Hide, Beads, Wood, Fabric

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20th Century Native American Painted TOTEM Pole
Located in Chillerton, Isle of Wight
20th century Native American painted TOTEM pole Over 6 feet tall a painted animal TOTEM. Animal totems are believed to have spiritual significance, watching over Pacific Northwe...
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Mid-20th Century Folk Art Native American Objects

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Wood

Pair of 18th Century Native American Tobacco Store Hanging Trade Figures
Located in Nantucket, MA
Extremely rare and very special pair of 18th century native American tobacco store hanging trade figures, hand carved in the half round full length figures of two American Indian wom...
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Antique 18th Century American Rococo Sculptures and Carvings

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Antique Native American Abstract Painted Parfleche Envelope, Crow, 19th Century
By Crow
Located in Denver, CO
19th century vintage Native American (Plains Indian) Parfleche container in an envelope form, finely painted circa 1875-1900 in an abstract design with red, green, blue and yellow by...
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

Materials

Hide

Northwest Coast Mask, Native American Killer Whale (Orca), Wood with red & black
Located in Denver, CO
A carved wooden mask originating in the Pacific Northwest Coast. The design on the face is a Native American Killer Whale or Orca motif in black and red. The title, date and the arti...
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Mid-20th Century American Native American Tribal Art

Materials

Wood, Bentwood

Inuit Native American Eskimo Stone Carved Walrus Sculpture with Tusks
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderful soapstone carving of a walrus with tusks by the indigenous inuit people who inhabit parts of the Arctic regions of Greenland, Canada, and Alaska. Some markings to the ...
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Mid-20th Century Canadian Native American Sculptures and Carvings

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Soapstone

20th Century North West Coast Tribal Mask Stan Hunt Signed
By Stan Hunt
Located in Point Richmond, CA
20th Century North West Coast Mask Stan Hunt Signed A striking, graphic mask in the immediately identifiable North West Coast style. A Classic image rendered with clean lines and b...
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Vintage 1970s Canadian Other Masks

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Cedar, Paint

Native American Indian Iron Wood Carving Chief Bull Aparoke by Artist Bruce Law
Located in Tustin, CA
"Chief Bull Aparoke" is a legendary work of art from renowned Arizona Native American artist, Bruce Law. Hand-carved from a solid trunk of a rough-hewn Ironwood tree, Chief Bull Apar...
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Late 20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

Materials

Wood

Haida-Style Totem Pole By Tsimshian Artist Moses Alexcee
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Moses Alexcee was a prolific Tsimshian maker from Prince Rupert who frequently carved for William Webber, the owner of the iconic Thunderbird Scenery Shop in Vancouver, BC. Alexcee o...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Cedar

Vintage Native American Leather Bandolier Bag, Navajo, circa 1925-1950, Silver
By Navajo
Located in Denver, CO
Vintage Navajo Bandolier bag with. Constructed of commercial harness leather and adorned with Navajo silver work including buttons, butterflies, conchos, collar tips and repousee. St...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

Materials

Silver

Large Tsimshian Thunderbird Totem Pole by George Mather Sr.
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
(1918-1990). This very large totem pole is a Tsimshian interpretation by George Mather Sr. of one of the famous Thunderbird Totems of Alert Bay, BC, originally carved by Charlie Jame...
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Vintage 1940s American Native American Sculptures and Carvings

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Cedar

Salish Carved Cedar TOTEM
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Salish TOTEM depicting a human wearing a potlatch hat perched between the ears of an eagle at top, a human face in relief for the birds eyes, a small humanoid/bird figure standing at...
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Late 20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Cedar

Indian Tribe Headdress under Frame
Located in Paris, FR
Indian Tribe Headdress under Frame made with blue Macaw feathers, green parrot feather and other south american bird feathers. Delivered with cites. “Moult Feather Headdress” origi...
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21st Century and Contemporary French Native American Objects

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Wood, Feathers

Early 20th Century Brazilian Native Hanging Amulet
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Early 20th century metal hanging amulet from native culture in Brazil. Known as 'Penca de Balangadas' was used in the ancient times as an amulet by the scale population in Brazil. ...
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Early 20th Century Brazilian Tribal Tribal Art

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Brass

Ancient American "Human Effigy" Stone Paint Pallet, Anasazi Culture 900 AD
Located in South Burlington, VT
Early American Pre-Historic Human Effigy Stone Paint Pallet, Anasazi culture 900 AD All stone carvings from America's Prehistoric southwest are scarce. The majority of known carved ...
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Antique 15th Century and Earlier American Native American Objects

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Northwest Coast Totem by Marlin Alphonse
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Colorful Alaskan three figure winged totem. Carved and painted by Marlin Alphonse. Noted on back "purchased by Brad and Hazel Ritter on board Royal Princes, Sitka, Alaska 1986. His n...
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Vintage 1980s American Native American Native American Objects

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Cedar

American Diorama, Follower Gerrit Schouten, Carib Indigenous Village
Located in Amsterdam, NL
Follower of Gerrit Schouten (second half of the 19th century) Diorama depicting a Carib Indigenous camp Carved wood, papier-mâché, paint on paper and natural twigs H 27.3 x L ...
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Antique 19th Century Surinamer Native American Objects

Materials

Clay, Twig, Wood, Paper, Feathers

Native American North Woods For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are several options of native American north woods available for sale. Each of these unique native American north woods was constructed with extraordinary care, often using wood, trimming and animal skin. Native American north woods have been made for many years, and versions that date back to the 19th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century.

How Much are Native American North Woods?

Prices for native American north woods can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, native American north woods begin at $250 and can go as high as $19,500, while the average can fetch as much as $3,200.

Finding the Right Native American Objects for You

As part of thoughtful home decor, antique and vintage Native American objects — works created by Native American artists and artisans — can bring rich textures and colors into a space.

Art collecting can be done in a socially and environmentally conscious way that reinvests in local communities. Tribal art is traditionally crafted with earth-friendly materials that respect the environment.

Textiles have long been objects of art and utility for Native Americans. Traditional weaving techniques involve material made from plant and animal fibers. Different tribes have woven distinctive patterns and colors into blankets, rugs and garments, such as the vibrant geometric shapes woven from wool by the Navajo.

After metal and glass beads were introduced to North America by Europeans, they became a popular form of art. Intricate beading appears on clothing, jewelry and other objects. Beadwork not only looks stunning, but it is also deeply emblematic of Native American ethnicity and can be used to pass stories handed down from generation to generation. Beaded garments have often been commissioned for important events like weddings, dances and celebrations.

Native Americans initially created pottery out of necessity to carry water and store food. For centuries, artists have decorated jugs, vases and other vessels, from designs etched into clay to experimentation with firing methods for unique finishes.

Find a diverse collection of colorful and culturally enriching antique and vintage Native American decorative items, objects and much more on 1stDibs.