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Pair of 1930s Tlingit Totems
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Tlingit culture is divided into two moieties, or groups: Eagles and Ravens. These groups, also called clans, are exogamous – which means they marry out to the other group – and are m...
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Vintage 1930s American Native American Native American Objects

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Cedar

  • Pair of 1930s Tlingit Totems
  • Pair of 1930s Tlingit Totems
  • Pair of 1930s Tlingit Totems
  • Pair of 1930s Tlingit Totems
H 14.75 in. Dm 3 in.
19th Century Multi-Figure Tlingit Totem
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Complex Multifigure Tlingit Totem Pole from Sitka, Alaska. This larger red cedar model totem pole was carved by a Tlingit artist from Sitka, Alaska. The pole is unusually complex for...
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Antique Late 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Cedar

Pair of Older Tlingit Totems
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
A pair of Older Tlingit Poles from the Historic Berthelsen & Pruell Jewelers Shop. This pair of Tlingit model totem poles were sold from the historic Berthelsen and Pruell Jewelry Sh...
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Antique Early 1900s American Native American Native American Objects

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Cedar

Northwest Coast Native American Carved Horn Spoon Tlingit Haida, 19th Century
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderful Pacific Northwest coast Tlingit or Haida goat horn carved tribal Classic formed carved spoon/ ladle - often quite sculptural in form and exhibiting the traditional carved...
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Antique 19th Century Canadian Tribal Sculptures and Carvings

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Horn

Native American Tlingit Beaded Pouch or Wall Pocket
Located in London, GB
Native American Rare Tlingit Beaded pouch or wall pocket Northwest Coast America Cloth and colored glass beads, with three panels of foliage decoration, Period late 19th century, ...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Objects

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Wool, Cotton

Pacific Northwest Coast Tlingit Shaman's Grizzly Tooth Pendant, circa Late 1800s
Located in Studio City, CA
A fantastic Northwest Coast Tlingit tribe shaman's pendant carved from Grizzly Tooth with jeweled/ beaded eyes likely acquired from Western/ European traders. We were told this pi...
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Antique 19th Century Canadian Sculptures and Carvings

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Teeth

Tlingit, steel sculpture painted red (maquette)
By Robert Murray
Located in Halifax, Nova Scotia
Robert Murray is one of North America’s most eminent sculptors. His work is typically curved, twisted, folded and joined steel and aluminum, painted in high colours. He has just been...
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2010s Abstract Geometric Abstract Sculptures

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Steel

Antique Northwest Coast Berry Basket, Tlingit
Located in Denver, CO
A flat bottomed cylindrical berry basket with a very fine weave with Classic Tlingit geometric false embroidery designs. The Tlingit peoples are indigenous to the Pacific Northwes...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Natural Fiber

Vintage American Indian Rattle-Top Basket, Northwest Coast, circa 1920
Located in Denver, CO
A combination of Spruce Root fibers and native grasses intricately twined by a Tlingit woman around 1920. Rattle Top baskets such as this were extremely labor-intensive to create a...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

Early 20th Century Native American Northwest Coast Bear Comb, Probably Tlingit
Located in Point Richmond, CA
Early 20th Century Native American Northwest Coast Bear Comb, Probably Tlingit The comb depicts a bear seated on a frog. The bared teeth are stylistically carved, with classic eye t...
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Early 20th Century Canadian Other Native American Objects

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Wood, Paint

Native American Lidded Basket, Tlingit 'Pacific Northwest Coast,' circa 1900
Located in Denver, CO
A lidded basket very finely woven of native grasses incorporating geometric designs including crosses of red, gray, green and yellow yarns. The Tlingit peoples are indigenous to t...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

Antique Native American Basketry Gathering Bowl, Tlingit, 20th Century
Located in Denver, CO
A tightly woven Pacific Northwest coast gathering basket. The Tlingit peoples are indigenous to the Pacific Northwest Coast; inhabiting southeastern Alaska, portions of British ...
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20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Natural Fiber

Antique Northwest Coast/Native American TOTEM Pole, Tlingit, 19th Century
Located in Denver, CO
Likely a segment from a full TOTEM pole. It stands over 7 1/2 feet tall and is 20 inches wide and 16 deep. It has been outside and has a lovely weathered patina. Expertly carved a...
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Sculptures and Carvings

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Wood

Pacific Northwest Coast Native American Haida Tlingit Framed Blanket Rug
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
Beautifully designed and wonderfully covered dyed and handwoven Pacific Northwest Coast blanket or rug (likely Haida or Tlingit) featuring two colorful tribal birds. Nicely framed...
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20th Century Canadian Native American Native American Objects

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Wool

Antique Northwest Coast Carved Frontlet, Tlingit/Tsimshian, late 19th century
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
Antique Native American Indian Tlingit carved plaque with a stylized bird form. Custom display Stand is included; height including the Stand is 9 inches. Without the stand, the plaq...
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Sculptures and Carvings

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Wood

Tlingit button blanket circa 1930's
Located in Pawtucket, RI
Fantastic North West coast Button Blanket. Handmade with a Hudson Bay "Corranation" Trade blanket with hand carved buttons of Abelone and Mother of Pearl shells and stroud cloth. St...
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Vintage 1930s Native American Objects

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Wool, Mother-of-Pearl

Pacific Northwest Tlingit Whale House Rain Wall from Donald Judd Estate, c. 1968
Located in Ft Lauderdale, FL
Pacific Northwest Tlingit whale house rain wall from Donald Judd Estate c. 1968 A monumental polychrome and carved cedar eleven panel Tlingit Whale House Rain Wall (Raven clan, Ch...
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Vintage 1960s Canadian Native American Native American Objects

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Cedar, Paint

Tlingit Bear Mask, 1965-1975
Located in Paris, FR
Tlingit Bear Mask, 1965-1975 Wood, rawhide, painting, leather straps, rope
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1960s Figurative Sculptures

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Wood

North West Coast Tlingit Wood Totem with Potlatch Rings
Located in New York, NY
Carved cedar wood totem with a squatting beaver shaman holding a rattle in each hand, the ends flanking his mouth which bares a wide, toothy grimmace, short snout above and recessed ...
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Antique 19th Century Canadian Tribal Art

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Pigment, Wood

Death Mask of Tlingit Woman, 1965-75
Located in Paris, FR
Death Mask of Tlingit woman, 1965-75 Wood, abalone (labret, pedants earrings and necklace), paint, skin strap, rope
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1960s Figurative Sculptures

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Wood

Fine & Rare Tlingit Spruce Root Basket
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Fine & rare large Tlingit Indian spruce root basket. Spruce roots must be gathered, sorted and split before weaving these fine baskets. ***Contact/Shipping Information: AOL (Americ...
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Early 20th Century Native American Objects

Anonymous | Tlingit Totem Pole
Located in Wyomissing, PA
N.W. Coast Transformational Ceremonial Totem, Potlatch, Traditional Colors
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Antique 19th Century American Folk Art Sculptures

Native American Old North West Coast Painted Cedar Dance Paddle Haida Tlingit
Located in London, GB
Native American old north west coast painted cedar dance paddle Haida Tlingit A fine painted cedar dance paddle painted with abstract eagle orca and masked birds designs Period: ci...
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Early 20th Century Greenlandic Native American Objects

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Composition

Tlingit Art For Sale on 1stDibs

With a vast inventory of beautiful furniture at 1stDibs, we’ve got just the piece of tlingit art you’re looking for. An item from our selection of tlingit art — often made from wood, cedar and fabric — can elevate any home. There are many kinds of the choice in our collection of tlingit art you’re looking for, from those produced as long ago as the 19th Century to those made as recently as the 20th Century. When you’re browsing for the right object in our assortment of tlingit art, those designed in Folk Art styles are of considerable interest. You’ll likely find more than one option in this array of tlingit art that is appealing in its simplicity, but Native American Art produced versions that are worth a look.

How Much is a Tlingit Art?

Prices for a piece of tlingit art can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $275 and can go as high as $15,000, while the average can fetch as much as $4,818.

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.