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Native American Tomahawk

Native American Tomahawk
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Classic Native American Eastern Plains Indian tomahawk. With tulip shaped bowl and maple wire
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Early 20th Century American Native American Objects

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Metal

Native American Tomahawk
Native American Tomahawk
H 23.75 in W 7 in D 7 in
Model Canoe by Native North American Indians, C.1930
Located in Incline Village, NV
" high Sought after by collectors of Folk Art, nautical, canoes, and Native American Indian collectors
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Vintage 1930s Canadian Native American Native American Objects

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Wood

10 x Native American Indian Territory Handcraft, Limited Edition, Sioux, Navajo
Located in Berlin, DE
10 x originally designed American Indian Territory Handcraft, limited edition Collection of 10
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20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Wood

19th Century "Peace, Friendship, Trade" Treaty Knife
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
friendship, tomahawk and peace pipe." On the other side is noted "Peace, Friendship, Trade." Period: Mid
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Antique Mid-19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Iron

Adorned Iron 19th Century Pipe Tomahawk
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
source.    Native American, Indian, Pipe, Tomahawk, Weapon
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Antique Mid-19th Century American Native American Arms, Armor and Weapons

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Iron

Pawnee Pipe Tomahawk, circa 1850-1870
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Pawnee pipe tomahawk. File burnt and tacked with remnants of yellow paint over entire shaft
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Antique 1850s American Native American Arms, Armor and Weapons

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Iron

19th Century Northern Plains Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Northern Plains spontoon style pipe tomahawk with solid brass head, carved and file burnt and
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Antique Mid-19th Century American Native American Arms, Armor and Weapons

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Iron

Sterling Silver Native American Indian Motif "Note Holder" American, Circa 1880
Located in Incline Village, NV
). Appropriate Americana for the discerning collector with a Western Native American theme. Provenance: From
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Antique 1880s American Native American Collectible Jewelry

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Sterling Silver

19th Century Cast Iron Native American Andirons, circa 1880
Located in Nantucket, MA
Rare 19th century cast iron Native American Andirons, circa 1880, thought to be an image of the
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Antique 1880s American Folk Art Fireplace Tools and Chimney Pots

Materials

Iron

Rare Patinated Bronze Statue of a Native American Indian Archer on the Hunt
By Pierre Jules Mêne
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia
A rare bronze of a bare chested sinewy Native American Indian warrior/ archer in a crouching
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Antique Late 19th Century French American Colonial Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Important Folk Art Trade Sign
Located in Greenwich, CT
A mid 19th Century folk art trade sign of demilune form, depicting a Native American chief holding
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Antique 19th Century American Folk Art Signs

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Wood

Important Folk Art Trade Sign
Important Folk Art Trade Sign
H 36 in W 72 in D 3 in
Benjamin Harrison Indian Peace Medal on Presentation Collar, 1889
Located in Colorado Springs, CO
originally struck by the U.S. Mint in 1889 as a peace offering to the various Native American tribes in the
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Antique 1880s American Historical Memorabilia

Materials

Bronze

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Bird Cage Jugendstil, Art Nouveau, Liberty, Year: 1900, France
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
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Iron

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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Salish Carved Cedar TOTEM
Salish Carved Cedar TOTEM
H 74.5 in W 20 in D 20 in
Giant Crocodile Fossil Wall Plate, Germany. 180 Million Years Old.
Located in London, GB
This outstanding fossilised skeleton is that of the ancestral crocodile species Steneosaurus bollensis that lived during the early Jurassic period. The skeleton, complete with armour...
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Lacquered Native American Warrior
Located in New York, NY
American lacquered metal figure of Native American warrior with shield & bow holding horn on a naturalistically cast circular base (likely made in Italy) (19th/20th Cent)
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Metal

Antique Sioux Moccasins 'Plains Indian' 1870s Buckskin, Quillwork & Beadwork
By Sioux Indian Art
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Animal Skin, Hide, Glass, Beads

Ditidaht/Nuu-chah-nulth Totem by Raymond Williams
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
(1933-1988) This finely crafted wood totem pole is by Ditidaht/Nuu-Chah-Nulth master carver Raymond Williams, the father of the current generation of William's carvers. The carved to...
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Vintage 1950s Canadian Native American Native American Objects

Materials

Cedar

19th Century Chinese Chippendale Pagoda Cabinet
By Thomas Chippendale
Located in Houston, TX
A stunning and rare 19th Century English Chinese Chippendale pagoda cabinets. This highly stylized hand carved mahogany cabinets features, glass shelving, pagoda gabled roofs, classi...
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Antique Meissen 68-Piece Floral Dinner Service
By Meissen Porcelain
Located in London, GB
Antique Meissen 68-piece floral dinner service German, c. 1900 Largest serving dish: Height 6cm, width 52.5cm, depth 37.5cm Square salad bowl: Height 9.5cm, width 22cm, depth 22cm...
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Antique Early 1900s German Rococo Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Antique Meissen 68-Piece Floral Dinner Service
Antique Meissen 68-Piece Floral Dinner Service
H 2.37 in W 20.67 in D 14.77 in
Native American Indian Doll with Traditional Lakota Sioux Cherokee Wedding Dress
Located in Vero Beach, FL
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

John Williams Signed Indigenous American West Coast Haida Styled Totem Pole
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This Indigenous American totem pole was done by the renowned master carver John T. Williams of the United States in approximately 1960 in his signature West Coast Haida style. The sc...
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Mid-20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Cedar

Chippewa Quilled Birch Bark Basket
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Chippewa circular quilled birch bark box with fully quilled lid with three dimensional yellow star. Birch bark, quills and sweet grass. Period: Mid-20th century Origin: Chippewa/Min...
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Mid-20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Antique Native American Basketry Olla with Crosses, Apache, circa 1910, Brown
By Apache Indian Art
Located in Denver, CO
Apache Basketry Olla with Crosses, woven of natural fibers, willow with devil's claw, circa 1910. The basket measures 12 ¼ height x 9 inches diameter. The Apache, a nomadic tribe, ra...
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20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

Materials

Natural Fiber

19th Century Sioux Beaded Moccasins
By Sioux Indian Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Sioux fully beaded moccasins. Red, yellow and blue on white background. Soft soled brain tanned hide. PERIOD: Late 19th Century ORIGIN: Great Plains - Sioux, Native American SIZE: 1...
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Antique Late 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Beads

19th Century Sioux Beaded Moccasins
By Sioux Indian Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Sioux fully beaded moccasins. Red, white and blue with geometric stacked colors. Hard soles, cotton cuff edging. Period: Late 19th Century Origin: Great Plains - Sioux, Native Ameri...
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Antique Late 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Beads

Native American Beadwork Gauntlets with an Chief, ca 1880-90
Located in York County, PA
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Antique Late 19th Century American Native American Objects

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Leather

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Pair of Native American Indian Sculptures signed-Jean Jules Salmson circa 1860
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Large native American Indian spelter signed sculptures by Famed French Sculptor, Jean Jules Salmson
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Antique 19th Century French Native American Sculptures

Materials

Other

Extraordinary 17th Century Panel of a European Carrying a Tomahawk
Located in New York, NY
effectiveness as a weapon, but it was the Native Americans who developed the "Tomahawk's poll," a hammer, spike
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Antique 17th Century English Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Mahogany

Native American Indian Warrior Sculpture Attributed to Carl Kauba
By Franz Bergmann, Carl Kauba
Located in Englewood, NJ
Carl Kauba depicting a scene from the American Wild West of a Native American Indian with tomahawk by
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Early 20th Century Austrian Art Nouveau Figurative Sculptures

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Granite

Austrian Art Nouveau Bronze Sculpture "Amerika" by, Carl Kauba
By Geschutzt, Carl Kauba
Located in Englewood, NJ
sculpture depicts a NAtive American Indian War Chief in full headress and outfitted with a sheild adorned
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Early 20th Century Austrian Art Nouveau Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Large Six Sheet Original Antique Poster Log Cabin Attack Wild West Show USA
Located in London, GB
and Burning of the Log Cabin featuring a dynamic illustration of Native Americans wearing colourful
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Antique 1890s American Posters

Materials

Paper

Vintage Native American Ceremonial Dance Tomahawk War Club 22"
Located in Dayton, OH
Vintage Native American ceremonial dance / war club tomahawk with heavy studded concrete / stone
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Late 20th Century Native American Native American Objects

Materials

Stone

Antique Wooden Native Indian Design Picture Frame with Teepee Canoe Tomahawk Etc
Located in Lisse, NL
the Native Indians than this could be a once in a lifetime opportunity, because we have never seen
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Early 20th Century Folk Art Native American Objects

Materials

Wood

"Indian Brave, " Rare, Important Art Deco Covered Urn by Waugh for Steuben
By Sidney Waugh
Located in Philadelphia, PA
, this gorgeous, diminutive covered glass urn features a young Native American brave holding a peace pipe
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Vintage 1930s American Art Deco Urns

Materials

Glass

19th Century Native American Plains Pipe Tomahawk
Located in Santa Fe, NM
Region: Plains, circa mid-19th century. Material: Ash or hickory long-grained hard wood, hand-forged steel. Dimension: L. 20 3/4”, steel head H. 9 5/8” x 3 1/2”. Conditio...
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Antique Mid-19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Steel

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Native American Tomahawk For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more with respect to the native American tomahawk you’re looking for at 1stDibs. Each native American tomahawk for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using metal, iron and wood. Whether you’re looking for an older or newer native American tomahawk, there are earlier versions available from the 19th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 20th Century. Each native American tomahawk bearing folk art or Art Nouveau hallmarks is very popular. A well-made native American tomahawk has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Franz Bergmann and Carl Kauba are consistently popular.

How Much is a Native American Tomahawk?

Prices for a native American tomahawk start at $350 and top out at $30,000 with the average selling for $12,900.
Questions About Native American Tomahawk
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    To identify Native American baskets, you can research the patterns using authoritative online resources to try and determine which tribe produced it. However, many replicas exist and there are many tribes that produced baskets. As a result, it is a good idea to consult a licensed appraiser. On 1stDibs, find a variety of expertly vetted Native American baskets.
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    What Native Americans used to produce baskets varied from tribe to tribe. Generally, craftsmen used whatever materials were readily available. In the Northeast, sweet grass was a common material, while pine needles and wicker are frequently found in baskets produced by tribes in the Southeast. Find a range of vintage and antique baskets on 1stDibs.
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    In the Native American language of Powhatan spoken by the Algonquian indigenous people, moccasin refers to a hand-sewn suede bootie. Today, people may call any shoes that feature stitched round toes by the name. Shop a variety of moccasins on 1stDibs.
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    There are a wide array of different dolls made by the various tribes of Native American peoples. Some of the most well-known are the kachinas made by the Navajo, Hopi and Pueblo peoples. Shop an array of Native American dolls on 1stDibs.
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