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Native American Sioux Authentic Ceremonial Moccasins
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Sioux Ceremonial moccasins, with fully beaded soles. Period: circa 1880 Origin: Sioux, Plains Size: 10 1/4" x 4". Beadwork, Moccasins, Vintage, Antique, Native American, Sioux, P...
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Antique 1880s American Native American Native American Objects

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Beads

Native American Cactus Ceremonial Rain Rattle
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Early 20th century cactus rain rattle for ceremonial rain dance. Used in making special dances as well. In very good condition.
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Early 20th Century American Adirondack Native American Objects

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Wood

Pueblo Indian Ceremonial Drum
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This Pueblo Indian ceremonial drum is in fine as found condition and is trimmed in original white paint. The drum is in great working order.
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Vintage 1930s American Native American Native American Objects

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Pueblo de Cochiti Ceremonial Drum
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This remarkably well-conserved ceremonial drum from the Pueblo de Cochiti, New Mexico dates to the earlier part of the 20th century and shows all original paint, cottonwood and rawhi...
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20th Century American Native American Objects

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Wood

  • Pueblo de Cochiti Ceremonial Drum
  • Pueblo de Cochiti Ceremonial Drum
  • Pueblo de Cochiti Ceremonial Drum
  • Pueblo de Cochiti Ceremonial Drum
H 21 in. W 10 in. D 10 in.
19th Century Ceremonial Indian Drum
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This fantastic early handmade bark covered drum has the original hide covering and in great condition. Has a wonderful aged patina.
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Antique 19th Century American Adirondack Native American Objects

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Wood, Leather

  • 19th Century Ceremonial Indian Drum
  • 19th Century Ceremonial Indian Drum
  • 19th Century Ceremonial Indian Drum
  • 19th Century Ceremonial Indian Drum
H 16 in. W 14 in. D 14 in.
A pair of Early Native Tribal South Oceanic Ceremonial decorated Adze
Located in brussel, BE
An adze is a cutting tool similar to an axe but with a cutting edge perpendicular to the handle rather than parallel. Prehistoric Māori adzes from New Zealand, used for wood carving,...
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20th Century Tribal More Art

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Wood

Pair of Early Native Tribal South Oceanic Ceremonial Decorated Adze
Located in Leuven , BE
An adze is a cutting tool similar to an axe but with a cutting edge perpendicular to the handle rather than parallel. Toraja people from Sumatra Island, used for wood carving, were m...
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20th Century Oceanic Tribal Art

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Wood

Navajo Bear Totem and Ceremonial Mask Pendant
Located in Litchfield, CT
Circa 2000s, sterling, Navajo. The heady mix of fashion and spiritualism in this contemporary Navajo pendant will electrify any look. From tribal to heels and jeans, the authenticit...
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Early 2000s Native American Pendant Necklaces

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Turquoise, Sterling Silver

Yekuana Tribe Ceremonial Weapons for Initiations
By Yekuana Tribe
Located in Bedford, NY
1- CACIQUE MACANA - BOLIVAR,AMAZONAS-$750.00...2.YEKUANA TRIBE CHIEFS VERA WOOD HAMMER $1250.00...YEKUANO ARMA- UPPER ORINOCO RIVER AMAZONAS VENEZUILA $700.00...4-POISON DARTS AND...
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Early 20th Century Folk Art Native American Objects

Pair of Zuni Ceremonial Moccasins
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Painted moccasins used in ceremonial Pueblo dances. Made, worn and danced in by Zuni Native Americans.
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

  • Pair of Zuni Ceremonial Moccasins
  • Pair of Zuni Ceremonial Moccasins
  • Pair of Zuni Ceremonial Moccasins
  • Pair of Zuni Ceremonial Moccasins
H 6.0 in. W 9.75 in. D 4.0 in.
Early 20th Century Original Painted Ceremonial Drum
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This most unusual painted narrow drum has a look like a tambourine but was just used as a drum. The condition is good. The drum has a hide covering and laced with leather or rawhide....
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Mid-20th Century American Folk Art Native American Objects

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Cowhide

Fantastic Early Ceremonial 19thc Pueblo Indian Drum
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This fantastic Indian ceremonial drum has a buckskin hide over top and bottom .This hand made pueblo drum has wonderful worn surface and all original bark covering.All ties are bucks...
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Objects

19thc Indian Made Ceremonial Drums From New Mexico
Located in Los Angeles, CA
TWO DRUMS LARGE AND SMALL INDIAN CEREMONIAL DRUMS FROM NEW MEXICO.THESE DRUMS ARE MADE OF WOOD WITH THE ORIGINAL BARK COVERED AND DEER SKIN COVERED.THE CONDITION IS GOOD.THE SMALL ON...
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Objects

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Wood, Hide

19THC INDIAN CEREMONIAL DRUM FROM GALLOP ,NEW MEXICO/SW MUSEUM
Located in Los Angeles, CA
THE NAVAJO LORDS OF THE EARTH IN GALLUP,NEW MEXICO REGION WHICH REACHES NORTHEAST TOWARD TO TOHACHI, COYOTE CANYON AND STANDING ROCK IN THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF NEW MEXICO.THIS TRIAL ...
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Objects

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Antique Native American Childs Ceremonial Beaded Moccasins, Cheyenne, circa 1900
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
Cheyenne (Plains Indian), antique Native American child's moccasins, vintage late 19th or early 20th century. Meticulously created for wear by a child, these ceremonial moccasins, we...
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Antique Late 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Amazing 19th Century Native American Ceremonial Drum In Original Red Paint
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This is quite rare to find and such an odd and early probably Pueblo ceremonial drum in a wonderful untouched red surface paint. The original hide is on the top and base. Fantastic p...
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Antique 1870s American Adirondack Native American Objects

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Wood

HOPI EAGLE DANCE Signed Lithograph, Native American, Abstract Ceremonial Dancer
By Dan Namingha
Located in Union City, NJ
HOPI EAGLE DANCE is an original hand drawn, limited edition lithograph by the prominent Native American artist Dan Namingha, a member of the Hopi tribe. Printed using hand lithograph...
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1990s Abstract Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

Penobscot Indian Head Ceremonial Club
Located in Norwalk, CT
The carved head having Raven, Eagle and various other birds on top with scratch carving on the handle probably used in sacred bird clan ceremonies
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Objects

Pair of Anglo Indian Ceremonial Horns
Located in New York, NY
Pair of Anglo Indian ceremonial horns mounted on ebonized wood stepped bases.
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Vintage 1950s English Native American Objects

Native Ceremonial For Sale on 1stDibs

Find many varieties of an authentic native ceremonial available at 1stDibs. Frequently made of animal skin, wood and hide, every native ceremonial was constructed with great care. There are many kinds of the native ceremonial you’re looking for, from those produced as long ago as the 19th Century to those made as recently as the 20th Century. Each native ceremonial bearing Folk Art hallmarks is very popular. You’ll likely find more than one native ceremonial that is appealing in its simplicity, but Crow and Native American Art produced versions that are worth a look.

How Much is a Native Ceremonial?

Prices for a native ceremonial can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $785 and can go as high as $8,500, while the average can fetch as much as $1,513.

Finding the Right Folk Art for You

Folk art refers to a genre of art that shares the creator’s traditions, offering not just an artistic display but an opportunity to learn about a culture. Vintage, new and antique folk art typically reflects a heritage or location. It can include utilitarian objects and handmade art as diverse as weather vanes, portraiture and paintings, carnival art, quilts and duck decoys.

American folk art is frequently valued because of the traditional skills involved, like weaving, hand-carving wood and even stonework. Many folk artists are self-taught, while some train as apprentices within their community. By using available materials and taking a personal approach to their creations, artists ensure each piece is unique and conveys a story. Native American folk art includes functional objects reflecting their heritage, such as baskets, textiles and wooden pieces.

During the Great Depression, artistic materials in America were hard to come by, so artisans used discarded wood from cigar boxes and shipping crates to make highly stylized, notched pieces — most often picture frames and boxes — that are today sought after by collectors. This folk art style is called tramp art and was popular from roughly 1870 until the 1940s.

Folk art brings vibrant culture and traditions into your home. Browse an extensive collection of folk art on 1stDibs.