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Creator: Native American Art
Large Native American Vintage Santa Clara Pueblo Blackware Bowl
By Native American Art
Located in Vero Beach, FL
Large Native American Vintage Santa Clara Pueblo Blackware Bowl Santa Clara Pueblo traditional hand coiled blackware pottery. Large elegant, inky black bowl with deeply incised moti...
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20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

Materials

Pottery

Native American Sioux Fully Beaded Moccasins
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Sioux Indian fully beaded hide moccasins. Sinew sewn and beaded using colors of medium blue, red white heart, greasy yellow, cobalt, white and brass. Forked tongues a...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Art Furniture

Materials

Hide, Leather, Beads

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 wrapped shaft. One tin cone drop with horse hair. Beautiful layered steel blade with dar...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Art Furniture

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Metal

Native American Pipe and Bag
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American pipe bag. Original catlinite pipe bowl and stem. Comes in a buffalo hide pouch. Pipe bag and attached early Canadian silver trade brooch and elk ivories...
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Late 18th Century American Antique Native American Art Furniture

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Stone

Native American Pueblo Pictorial Drum
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Pueblo Indian pictorial drum of cottonwood log with rawhide. One side having horse and rider hunting buffalo with teepees in the background. The reverse with a Native...
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Mid-20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

Materials

Hide, Wood

Native Aztec Music Dance Drum Carved Wood Pedestal Mexico
By Native American Art
Located in Chula Vista, CA
Native Aztec Music Dance Drum Pedestal Hand carved Wood Drum 32.5 h x 15.75 diameter Unrestored original vintage condition Refer to images shown.
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Early 20th Century Mexican Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Wood

Inuit Native American Eskimo Signed Stone Carved Walrus Sculpture
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderful soapstone carving of a walrus by the indigenous Inuit People who inhabit parts of the arctic regions of Greenland, Canada, and Alaska. Signed ("E.Y.") and numbered/dat...
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Mid-20th Century Canadian Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Soapstone

Pueblo Painted Drum
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Pueblo painted drum. Black hide on tops and bottom with faded coloring on sides and lattice woven hide straps securing drum top and bottom together. Carved out of a c...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Art Furniture

Materials

Hide, Wood

Native American Cochiti Painted Drum
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Cochiti drum with sides painted in rust, white and black. Made of wood and hide. Period: Early 20th century Origin: Southwest, Cochiti ...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Wood

Native American Cochiti Painted Drum
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Small Native American Cochiti painted drum with sides painted in mustard yellow and blue with black striping. Made of wood and hide. Period: Early 20th century Origin: Southwest, ...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

Materials

Wood

Native American Cochiti Painted Drum
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Cochiti drum with sides painted in red, white and blue with black stripes. Made of wood and hide. Period: Early 20th century Origin: So...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Wood

Antique Leggings 1880s Southern Arapaho Plains Native American Hide Fringe Beads
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
Museum quality Southern Arapaho (Hinono’ei) Native American Plains Indian leggings circa 1880s. Constructed of dyed native tanned hide with viridian green dye and ochre yellow embel...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Art Furniture

Materials

Hide, Beads

Native American Cochiti Painted Drum
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Cochiti drum with sides painted in tan, yellow and blue with black striping. Made of wood and hide. Period: Early 20th century Origin: ...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

Materials

Wood

19th Century Northern Plains Hair Drop
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Northern Plains hair drop with red beading with accents on hide, long quilled drops ending in tin cones with red feather fluffs, long black horsehair drop now doubled up on beading. Period: 19th century Origin: Great Plains - Northern Plains, Native American Size: 6" x 35" overall Family Owned & Operated Cisco’s Gallery deals in the rare, exceptional, and one-of-a-kind pieces that define the history of America and the Old West. Our pieces range from American Indian to Cowboy Western and include original items of everyday life, commerce, art, and warfare that tamed America’s frontier. Our 14,000 square foot gallery opened in 1996 in beautiful Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Personal Service Cisco’s operates on old fashioned values – honesty and integrity, and all of our items are backed by our money back guarantee. We appreciate the opportunity to earn your business. Whether you desire assistance with a jewelry purchase, choosing a gift, identification, or even selling – we hope to be your trusted source. Native American, garments, Blackfeet, headdress, collectibles, antiques, Native American beadwork...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Art Furniture

Materials

Hide, Beads, Feathers

Native American Cochiti Painted Drum
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Cochiti painted drum with painted ends, turquoise painted sides made of Hereford hide. Period: Early 20th century Origin: Southwest, Cochiti Size: 11"D x 15"H Fa...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

Materials

Wood

19th Century Northern Plains Hair Drop
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Northern Plains hair drop. Beaded blue with red accents. Quilled drops having tin cones and yellow feather fluffs with long black horsehair drop. Period: 19th century Origin: Great Plains - Northern Plains, Native American Size: 6" x 35" overall Family Owned & Operated Cisco’s Gallery deals in the rare, exceptional, and one-of-a-kind pieces that define the history of America and the Old West. Our pieces range from American Indian to Cowboy Western and include original items of everyday life, commerce, art, and warfare that tamed America’s frontier. Our 14,000 square foot gallery opened in 1996 in beautiful Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Personal Service Cisco’s operates on old fashioned values – honesty and integrity, and all of our items are backed by our money back guarantee. We appreciate the opportunity to earn your business. Whether you desire assistance with a jewelry purchase, choosing a gift, identification, or even selling – we hope to be your trusted source. Native American, garments, Blackfeet, headdress, collectibles, antiques, Native American beadwork...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Art Furniture

Materials

Hide, Beads, Feathers

Native American Cochiti Painted Drum
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Cochiti drum with sides painted in black, white and turquoise. Made of a cottonwood log and hide. Period: Early 20th century Origin: So...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

Materials

Wood

19th Century Northern Plains Quilled Hair Drop
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Northern Plains quilled hair drop in white, red and green. Quilled parfleche slats decorated with fully quilled hide thongs ending in tin cones and horsehair. A band of [ink and blue beading at bottom, and black and blue faceted beads at top. 27"L Period: 19th century Origin: Great Plains - Northern Plains, Native American Size: 6" x 27" overall Family Owned & Operated Cisco’s Gallery deals in the rare, exceptional, and one-of-a-kind pieces that define the history of America and the Old West. Our pieces range from American Indian to Cowboy Western and include original items of everyday life, commerce, art, and warfare that tamed America’s frontier. Our 14,000 square foot gallery opened in 1996 in beautiful Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Personal Service Cisco’s operates on old fashioned values – honesty and integrity, and all of our items are backed by our money back guarantee. We appreciate the opportunity to earn your business. Whether you desire assistance with a jewelry purchase, choosing a gift, identification, or even selling – we hope to be your trusted source. Native American, garments, Blackfeet, headdress, collectibles, antiques, Native American beadwork...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Art Furniture

Materials

Hide, Beads, Feathers

Native American Pueblo Painted Drum
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Pueblo painted drum. Classic and colorful cottonwood drum with rawhide skin sides painted red, white and blue. Period: Mid 20th century Origin: Southwest, Cochiti ...
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Mid-20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Wood

Native American Ojibwe Pow Wow Drum
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Ojibwe Pow Wow drum from Wisconsin. Originally mounted above ground with sticks pounded into the ground, having "Y" crotches at the top. This stand was ma...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Wood

Chippewa Pictorial Bark Canoe
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Chippewa pictorial canoe. Fully slated, having four grouse, four rabbits and leaf design. Bark varies in color from a light tan to a mid-tone brown. Circa 1930. Minor damage to one r...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Art Furniture

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Wood, Birch

Vintage Pueblo Native American Old Pawn Ingot Silver Bracelet, Turquoise c. 1915
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
Vintage Southwestern Native American Pueblo Old Pawn cuff bracelet, circa 1915. Stamped ingot silver with a turquoise cabochon. The inner bracelet circumference measures approximatel...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Multi-gemstone, Silver

Native Nootka Totem by Rick Williams, 2 Foot
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Rick Williams (Nootka / Nuu-chah-nulth, b. 1955). 2 Foot Red Cedar Seattle Pole" painted wood sculpture hand carved by Rick Williams and signed with titl...
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20th Century Canadian Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Cedar

Hupa/Yurok Polychrome Basket
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
California Hupa/Yurok hat polychrome basket. Very nice condition. Early 20th Century. 5 1/2" x 3 3/4". Great condition. The Hupa Group lived among...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Willow

Antique Papago Native American Indian Coiled Pine Needle Basket
By Native American Art
Located in San Diego, CA
Wonderful antique hand made Papago Native American Indian pine needle coil basket. Great form and design. In excellent original condition. Tightly woven and color is great. Measures:...
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Early 20th Century North American Native American Art Furniture

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Natural Fiber

Native American Navajo Antique Vintage Geometric Handwoven Wool Rug Blanket
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
An intricately woven Native American Navajo rug featuring beautiful coloring and repeating geometric patterns for which the Navajo tribe is famed. In fantastic original vintage condition. From a Los Angeles collection of Native American artifacts...
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Mid-20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Wool

Papago Native American Indian Pictorial Coiled Lidded Olla Basket HUGE!
By Native American Art
Located in San Diego, CA
Wonderful vintage hand woven Papago Native American Indian pictorial lidded coil basket olla. Great form and design. Has wonderful figures around the basket. This is one of the large...
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Mid-20th Century American Native American Art Furniture

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Natural Fiber

Native American Coushatta Lidded Pine Needle Basket
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Coushatta lidded pine needle basket with pine cone and needle décor two sides and top. This woven by L.C. John, the last of the great Coushatta basket...
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Late 20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Other

Native American Coushatta Lidded Pine Needle Basket
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Coushatta lidded pine needle basket with pine cone and needle décor two sides and top. This woven by L.C. John, the last of the great Coushatta basket...
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Late 20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Other

Large Signed Native American Hopi Original Mudhead Kachina Katsina Doll on Stand
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderfully handcrafted/detailed and decorated Native American Hopi Mudhead Kachina doll. Quite an unusually large work. A striking piece overall. Hand painted with leather and possibly turquoise (necklace) accompaniment. Hopi katsina figures, also known as kachina dolls, are figures carved, typically from cottonwood root by the Hopi people. Initially, kachina dolls were made to instruct young girls and new brides about katsinas or katsinam, the immortal beings that bring rain, control other aspects of the natural world and society, and act as messengers between humans and the spirit world. The Mudhead or Koyemsi figure is viewed as a clown/joker figure who is responsible for laughter and entertainment at Hopi dances and ceremonial events. He plays drums and games to keep his audience engaged. The piece is signed by the artist under the base. From an extensive collection of Native American objects and artifacts. Would be a great addition to any Native American Art...
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20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Leather, Wood, Paint

Kachina Doll Hand Carved Decorated Signed by Artist
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderfully detailed and decorated Kachina doll with white fur. Signed by the artist on the base. From a collection of Native American objects and artifacts. Dimensions: 8...
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20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Fur, Leather, Wood

Inuit Native American Eskimo Signed Large Stone Carved Tusked Walrus Sculpture
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderful soapstone large, heavy carving of a tusked walrus by the indigenous inuit people who inhabit parts of the Arctic regions of Greenland, Canada, and Alaska. Signed on th...
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Mid-20th Century Canadian Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Soapstone

Native American Navajo Handwoven Wool Geometric Rug Mat
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
A nicely woven wool mat/rug in a geometric pattern which the Navajo tribe is famed for. In fantastic vintage condition. Originally acquired some years ago and placed in storage for good keeping. From a large collection of Native American artifacts...
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20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Wool

Grey Wolf Kachina Doll Hand Carved Signed by Artist
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderfully detailed and decorated wolf figure Kachina doll with fur. Signed by the artist on the base. From a collection of Native American objects an...
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20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Fur, Leather, Wood, Paint

Pima American Indian Basket
By Native American Art
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This fine tightly woven Pima American Indian basket in unusual geometric pattern is in fine condition. The scale is so wonderful with a nice aged patina.
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20th Century American Adirondack Native American Art Furniture

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Fur

Native American Navajo Handwoven Wool Rug or Mat
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
A nicely hand loomed Native American (likely Navajo) rug. Wonderfully designed with vivid colors and geometrical patterns. Would make for a nice additio...
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20th Century North American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Wool

Roach Headdress, Antique Native American, Plains Indian, 19th Century
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
Antique 19th century Native American (Plains Indian) roach headdress made with dyed deer hair and porcupine guard hair on a u-shaped braided cloth with...
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19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Art Furniture

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Fur

Chippewa Birch Bark, Quills & Sweetgrass Box with Tulip - Canada - Early 20th C.
By Native American Art
Located in Chatham, ON
Vintage Chippewa (also known as Ojibwe) birch bark lidded box with porcupine quill decoration and sweetgrass rims fastened with black thread - featuri...
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Early 20th Century Canadian Folk Art Native American Art Furniture

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Softwood

Mayan Native Artwork Mex Indian Intricate Pottery Figurine Sculpture
By Native American Art
Located in Chula Vista, CA
Vintage Native Artwork Mex Indian Intricate Handcrafted Pottery Sculpture Beautiful craftsmanship. 10.25 tall x 12 w x 8 d Very good condition. Refer to...
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Mid-20th Century Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Pottery

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 name heavily carved on back. PERIOD: 1986 ORIGIN: Alaska SIZE: 13"H x 12"W x 3 1/2"D Family Owned & Operated Cisco’s Gallery deals in the rare, exceptional, and one-of-a-kind pieces that define the history of America and the Old West. Our pieces range from American Indian to Cowboy Western and include original items of everyday life, commerce, art, and warfare that tamed America’s frontier. Our 14,000 square foot gallery opened in 1996 in beautiful Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Personal Service Cisco’s operates on old fashioned values – honesty and integrity, and all of our items are backed by our money back guarantee. We appreciate the opportunity to earn your business. Whether you desire assistance with a jewelry purchase, choosing a gift, identification, or even selling – we hope to be your trusted source. Native American carvings & totems native American Indian native American totem poles n.
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1980s American Native American Vintage Native American Art Furniture

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Cedar

Nootka Northwest Coast 1900 Woven Basket with Top, Red and Black Designs
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
Northwest coast lidded basket from the Nootka tribe circa 1900 with a red sea wolf design. Measures 3 ½ x 5 ½ inches.
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Early 20th Century North American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Natural Fiber

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 totem pole features and eagle, frog, and an orca. Signed on back. Also marked "hand carved Indian made from the Ye Olde Curiosity Shoppe, Seattle, WA 1899." 19"H x 5" Raymond Williams was the son of Sam Williams...
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1950s Canadian Native American Vintage Native American Art Furniture

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Cedar

1950s Native Aztec Sterling Silver Brooch Pendant Pin Mexico
By Native American Art
Located in Chula Vista, CA
1950s Vintage Native sterling silver brooch pendant Aztec Pin Made in Mexico Maker Stamped from Mexico 2 w x 2.5 tall x .13 thickness Preowned original vintage condition See imag...
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1950s Mexican Mid-Century Modern Vintage Native American Art Furniture

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Sterling Silver

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 Art Furniture

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Cedar

Pair of Small Kachina Katsina Dolls Hand Carved Decorated Signed by Artist
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderfully detailed and decorated pair of miniature Kachina dolls. Signed by the artist on the base of one doll. From a collection of Native American objects and artifacts. ...
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20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Leather, Feathers, Wood, Paint

Native American Navajo Geometric Optical Handwoven Rug Blanket
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
Beautiful coloring and geometric patterns for which the Navajo tribe is famed. In fantastic vintage condition. Originally acquired some 50-60 years ago and placed in storage for good keeping. Ingeniously clever design. The pattern changes when viewed horizontally and then vertically. From a large collection of Native American artifacts...
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Mid-20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Wool

Native American Southwest Pow Wow Drum
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Southwest Pow Wow drum out of cottonwood log. Hide has a brand. Perfect for a coffee table with or without glass. Aged patina. Period: Mi...
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Mid-20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Wood

Kwahu Eagle Kachina Terracotta Totem 78 Inches Tall
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Hopi Kwahu eagle katsina totem. Hand-molded terracotta painted with feathers, turquoise jewelry, beads, shells and other mixed media. Hospoa ro...
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Mid-20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Wood

Antique Native American Kachina Doll, "HeHeya Clown, " Hopi, Early 20th Century
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
Hopi HeHeya Clown carrying a watermelon and backpack from the 1st quarter of the 20th century. Made of wood with pigments, dimensions measure 11 ½ x 3 ½ x 3 ¾ inches. The Heheya K...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Wood

Acoma Olla 'Storage Jar', Polychrome with Abstract Foliate Motif Earthenware
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
Acoma Olla (storage jar), Polychrome with abstract foliate motif. Earthenware with slip glazes, dimensions measure 11 ½ inches tall and 11 inches diameter. ...
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1890s American Native American Antique Native American Art Furniture

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Earthenware

19th Century Northern Plains Beaded Possibles Bag
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Northern Plains beaded possible bag. Sinew sewn and beaded on softly tanned hide using colors of red white heart, pea green, greasy yellow, royal blue and...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Art Furniture

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Other

Simon Charlie 9 Foot "Pole of Wealth" TOTEM
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Simon Charlie "pole of wealth". Carved in Duncan, BC 1958 for Patrick Pryor who is in the timber business. Compared to the "pole of wealth" in Duncan, BC, you will see Simon's fingerprints. The adzed marks on the bear are identical to this totem. Also, the happy and sad faces are almost identical including their orientation left and right. This pole was carved by Simon in 1988. He used happy and sad faces in some of his work to notate good times and bad times. 9'2"H x 20" at base. Charlie was trained by famous Kwakwaka'wakw totem artist Henry Hunt, at the Provincial Museum of British Columbia, but though as Hunt he carved Totem poles, which was not traditionally used by the Coast Salish...
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Mid-20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Wood

Northwest Four Figure Cedar Totem
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Northwest four figure totem from British Columbia. Old black paint and integral base. Great condition and just the right size. Northwest Coast art, consisting of totem poles, posts or pillars, carved with symbols or figures. They are usually made from large trees, mostly western red cedar...
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Early 20th Century Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Cedar

Historic Laguna Pueblo Large Native American Olla, 1880's
By Native American Art
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Large Laguna Pueblo Indian Polychrome Olla, circa 1880's. Measures 12 5/8"h x 13"w. Featuring Geometric Designs on the Shoulder and Floral Designs with...
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Late 19th Century Native American Antique Native American Art Furniture

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Clay

1950s Ditidaht TOTEM
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Ditidaht First Nation TOTEM by Rick Williams the brother of John T. Williams partnered with other Native carvers to create at tribute to John in the form...
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1950s Canadian Native American Vintage Native American Art Furniture

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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 cent...
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Mid-20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

Materials

Other

Circa 1900 Pair of Northwest Coast Totems
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Matching pair of Northwest Coast carved model totem poles. Polychrome decorated with carved humanoid and bird figures. Each twice signed "Betty Sanners" back and bottom. Provenance Hudson Bay Fur Company, Seattle, Washington. 29"H Period: Early 20th century Origin: Northwest Coast Size: 29" base 4 1/2 x 3 1/2 Family Owned & Operated Cisco’s Gallery deals in the rare, exceptional, and one-of-a-kind pieces that define the history of America and the Old West. Our pieces range from American Indian to Cowboy Western and include original items of everyday life, commerce, art, and warfare that tamed America’s frontier. Our 14,000 square foot gallery opened in 1996 in beautiful Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Personal Service Cisco’s operates on old fashioned values – honesty and integrity, and all of our items are backed by our money back guarantee. We appreciate the opportunity to earn your business. Whether you desire assistance with a jewelry purchase, choosing a gift, identification, or even selling – we hope to be your trusted source. Native American carvings & totems native American Indian native American totem poles n.
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Early 1900s American Native American Antique Native American Art Furniture

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Cedar

Native American Coeur d Alene Tribe Pow Wow Drum
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Decorated Coeur d’Alene tribe Pow Wow drum. Decorated with $1 bills around outside. Comes with base used at Pow Wows. Perfect size for coffee table with o...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Art Furniture

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Wood

Native American Art furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Native American Art furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of natural fiber and are designed with extraordinary care. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Navajo, Navajo Indian Art, and Sioux Indian Art. Prices for Native American Art furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $350 and can go as high as $2,400, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $600.

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Questions About Native American Art Furniture
  • 1stDibs ExpertOctober 12, 2021
    A Native American artifact is any object that provides insight into the lives and history of native people in America. These items range from carved stone pipes, weapons for hunting, tools for cooking, pottery, jewelry and more. Find a collection of artifacts on 1stDibs today.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    The most well-known Native American blankets come from Navajo weaving, which are prized by collectors worldwide. Originally utilitarian, the Navajo people began creating blankets specifically for export and tourism in the 19th century. Shop a collection of Navajo blankets from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    What Native American drums are called varies by type. Ones designed to rest in the player's lap are hand drums, while instruments that hold water used primarily by the Iroquois and Yaqui are water drums. Large freestanding drums that produce loud percussive sounds are powwow drums. The Aztec and Hopi used foot drums. You'll find a range of Native American drums on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Native American slippers are called moccasins. Moccasins are characterized by their U-shaped puckered toe design and are crafted with various leathers such as sheepskin or buffalo. They may or may not be decorated with beading. Shop a collection of authentic moccasins from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    It depends on which region the beads were made since they were created out of available materials found in the land around them. In the Eastern Woodlands, white and purple marine shell beads were called “wampum”. You can shop a collection of Native American beadwork from some of the world’s top boutiques on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    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.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    What a Native American headdress represents depends on what tribe produced it. In general, headdresses may symbolize a person's status within the tribe or serve as a sign of bravery during battle. You'll find a selection of Native American headdresses on 1stDibs.
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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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    A number of Native American tribes are known for pottery, including the Cheyenne, Cherokees, Hopi, Iroquois, Navajo Pueblo and Shoshone. Artisans from each indigenous group have their own style. For example, Hopi pottery is often a red-brown color and decorated with black designs, while Navajo pottery is deeper brown and usually has a high-gloss finish. Find a selection of Native American pottery on 1stDibs.
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    To tell if Native American jewelry is real, have it evaluated by a licensed and experienced appraiser. Because every tribe has its own designs and identifying characteristics, it is usually not possible to determine authenticity using only online resources. Find a collection of expertly vetted Native American jewelry on 1stDibs.
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    What rattles symbolize in Native American culture varies from tribe to tribe. Some indigenous people believe they serve as connections between the natural and spiritual worlds. Others believe they represent the ties between animals, plants and minerals. In addition, rattles sometimes symbolize independence. On 1stDibs, find a selection of Native American rattles.
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    Northwest Coast native art describes works of art produced by indigenous people who live along the Northwest Coast of the U.S. and Canada. Some tribes who inhabit the region include the Haida, Heiltsuk, Kwakwaka'wakw, Nuu-chah-nulth, Nuxalk, Tlingit and Tsimshian. On 1stDibs, find a collection of Northwest Coast native art.
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    The two types of Native American beadwork are called the “lazy stitch” or “lane stitch” and the “tack stitch” or “flat stitch”. You can shop a collection of Native American beadwork from some of the world’s top boutiques on 1stDibs.

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