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20th Century African Ceremonial Drum
Located in Doylestown, PA
Large, hand-crafted African ceremonial drum sculpted from a single piece of indigenous wood. It features carved geometric motifs and a taut animal hide drum head secured with wooden ...
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20th Century African Tribal Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Wood

Native American Sioux Fully Beaded Moccasins
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 Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Leather, Beads

Victorian Travel Grooming Kit, c. 1900
Located in Chicago, IL
This charming antique box dates to the late 19th century and is a Victorian-era travel kit with sewing and grooming tools, also known as an etui or nécessaire. The compact travel cas...
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Late 19th Century American Victorian Antique Hide Folk Art

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Metal

Native American Pueblo Pictorial Drum
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 Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Wood

Native American Cottonwood Pueblo Drum
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Pueblo Indian drum. Natural toned top and bottom. Sides yellow, red, blue and white, arranged in a pleasing geometric pattern. Tops...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Wood

Pueblo Painted Drum
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 Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Wood

Native American Pueblo Drum
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Pueblo Indian drum. Featuring blackened stretched hide on top and bottom. Sides with red strip across center framed my complementar...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Wood

19th Century Sioux Quilled Knife Sheath
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Quilled knife sheath with quilled drops, tin cones with yellow horsehair. With original collection tag. A very rare piece in this condition. Original tag reads "Knife sheath I bought from Mr. Corelson Marsh 1st - 1890 Pd 60 cts. Worth 2.00. Mr. Robb sent Me C. (Post - Trade form Ft Bennet Dakota. A valuable relic + very rare. Worked with colored porcupine quills. E Kaucher." Ex. Stalter Collection. Dr. Kenneth Stalter (1954-2012) grew up in Delaware County where he developed a lifelong interest in Native American tools...
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Mid-19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide

Antique Leggings 1880s Southern Arapaho Plains Native American Hide Fringe Beads
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 Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Beads

19th Century Northern Plains Hair Drop
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 Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Beads, Feathers

19th Century Northern Plains Hair Drop
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 Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Beads, Feathers

19th Century Northern Plains Quilled Hair Drop
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 Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Beads, Feathers

Antique Beaded Child's Dress & Leggings, Sioux (Plains Indian) circa 1900, blue
Located in Denver, CO
Sioux child's dress with matching leggings. Created by hand with native tanned hide and beaded with glass trade beads in blue, white, red, pink and green. Pictorial design elements i...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Beads

Decorative and Mid Century African Hand Made Wooden and Hide Tribal Drum, 1900s
Located in Stockholm, SE
Rare and beautiful handmade drum in painted wood and hide produced i Africa early 1900s / 20th century. In original condition. Very decorative and genuine and works well with many c...
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Early 20th Century Kenyan Folk Art Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Wood

Rare Large Early Native American Northwest Coast Salish Basket
By Salish Indians
Located in Bradenton, FL
Rare large early Northwest Coast Salish hard burden basket dating from the mid to late 1800's. The basket is finely woven from split cedar bark and root...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide

Vintage Sculpture - Wood and Leather Wildebeest Likely from Liberty's London
Located in Nova Scotia, NS
This vintage wood and leather animal sculpture from the early 20th century is likely from Liberty's London. This sculpture, handcarved in wood and clad in leather, depicts a lifelike...
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Early 20th Century Unknown Art Deco Hide Folk Art

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Animal Skin, Wood, Organic Material, Glass, Natural Fiber, Leather, Hide

Plains Tobacco Bag Beaded and Quilled from Classic Period circa 1850-1880
Located in Denver, CO
Plains Tobacco bag, circa 1850-1880, native tanned elk or buckskin with a quill work panel with pictorial cross elements, trade beads along the opening and ...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Beads

19th Century, Southern Plains Beaded High-Top Moccasins
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Southern plains Hightop Moccasins Item Number: AG2312 Exceptional Kiowa/Comanche hightop moccasins dyed with yellow ochre. Adorned with a single be...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Beads

19th Century African Wood and Leather Chair
Located in Rochester, NY
19th century African hand carved wood chair w/ leather goatskin hide woven webbing in original as found antique condition with no restorations. ...
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Late 19th Century Ethiopian Antique Hide Folk Art

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Goatskin, Wood, Hide, Leather

19th Century Sioux Beaded Moccasins
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 ...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Beads

19th Century, Sioux Beaded High-Top Moccasins
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
This is an outstanding set of authentic original beaded hide high-top / high-top moccasins with hard parfleche soles from the Sioux Native American Indians dating to circa 1880. The set shows stiff Indian tanned hide moccasins with hard parfleche rawhide soles and the tops being covered in period correct 1800’s glass trade seed beads that are sinew sewn in a traditional Buffalo track geometric pattern. The moccasins have a red ocher mineral pigment paint and are completely sinew rawhide sewn. The moccasins have sewn on high top / high-top leggings done in Indian tanned hide which is very stiff and has a sewn-on section at the top of Indian tanned Buffalo Bison hide...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Beads

Moccasins, Antique 1880s Arapaho Native American Plains Indian, Hide with Beads
Located in Denver, CO
This pair of 19th century antique moccasins date to circa 1880 and are constructed of native tanned hide and sewn with glass trade beads in colors of...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Glass, Beads

Antique Native American Doll, Sioux 'Plains Indian', 19th Century
Located in Denver, CO
Constructed of native tanned hide with trade beads and horse hair, this doll is wearing a traditional period dress and moccasins. A nomadic tribe, the Sioux territory included parts...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Beads

Antique Sioux Moccasins 'Plains Indian' 1870s Buckskin, Quillwork & Beadwork
Located in Denver, CO
Pair of antique Native American moccasins dating to the late Classic Period (1650-1875). Hand crafted by a Sioux, Plains Indian, arti...
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19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Animal Skin, Hide, Glass, Beads

19th Century Sioux Beaded Moccasins
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: Gr...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Beads

1870s Transitional Plateau Rawhide Parfleche Envelope with Geometric Patterns
Located in Denver, CO
A parfleche container in an envelope form, finely painted in an abstract design. Makes a stunning wall hanging alone or in a grouping with other parfleche or can be placed on a shelf or Stand. This was created by a North American Indian living in the Plateau cultural area - encompassing portions of what is now northern Idaho, western Montana, northeast and central Oregon, eastern Washington and southeast British Columbia. The tribes from this region include Kalispel, Flathead, Kutenai, Palus, Coeur D'Alene and Nez Perce. Parfleches are rawhide containers which were fundamental to the Plains way of life. Functioning essentially as protective travelling suitcases, they enabled the nomadic tribes to effectively pursue buffalo herds and migrate between seasonal camps. So critical were they to a nomadic existence that over 40 tribes are known to have historically produced parfleches. Collectively, these tribes inhabited an area which encompassed the entirety of the Plains, as well as the parts of the Southwest, the Transmontane and Western Plateau regions. Parfleches were, out of necessity, robust and versatile objects. They were designed to carry and protect within them anything from medicinal bundles to seasonal clothing or food. In fact, it was because of the containers’ robusticity and variety that parfleches earned their name in the Anglo world. Derived from parer (to parry or turn aside) and fleche (arrow), the word parfleche was coined by 17th century French Canadian voyageurs and used to describe indigenous objects made from rawhide. Despite their common utilitarian function, parfleches served as one of the major mediums through which Plains Indian tribes could develop their long-standing tradition of painting. In fact, it is in large part due to the parfleche that tribal style emerged. Even though parfleche painting developed simultaneously with beading and weaving, painting as an artistic tradition held particular importance in tribal culture. Believed to have evolved from tattooing, it had always been used as a conduit through which tribal and individual identity could be expressed. As such, many tribeswomen were deeply committed, some even religiously, to decorating their parfleche either with incised or painted motifs that were significant to them and/or the tribe. For some tribes, such as the Cheyenne, the decorative processes which surrounded parfleche production were sacred. For others, it seems that their parfleche designs shared an interesting artistic dialogue with their beadwork, indicating a more casual exchange of design motifs. This particular relationship can be seen in Crow parfleche...
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Late 19th Century North American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide

19th Century Northern Plains Beaded Possibles Bag
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 Hide Folk Art

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Other

Native Apache Beaded Strike-a-light Pouch
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Apache beaded strike-a-light. Fully beaded both sides. Red ochre covered with double tin cone drops. Blue padre bead handle and chain drops from flap. 4" x 5" longest drop 5". Beads ...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Beads

Rare, Mammoth Fetish Bowl by Marvelita Phillips, One of Only Four Ever Made
By Marvelita Phillips
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Fetish Bowl 1998 Marvelita Phillips ( 1949 - ) Ceramic pot, pine tar, turquoise, azurite, shells, coral, deer antlers, feathers, jet, horsehair, deer sinew, leather. A truly magnificent Fetish Bowl appearing in near pristine original condition and one of only four examples extant of these largest Fetish Bowls ever made by Marvelita Phillips. The bowl is coated with a pine tar mixture of a proprietary mixture of turquoise, azurite, and coral that stuck to the fetish bowl. This is meant to give the fetishes great importance and value. There are three very large carved shed deer antler Water Serpent...
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Late 20th Century American Native American Hide Folk Art

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Other

Moroccan Art Red Parchment Handpainted Wall Sconce
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African Tribal Art parchment wall shade sconce featuring a large triangle hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan Art pieces c...
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20th Century Moroccan Arts and Crafts Hide Folk Art

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Iron

Handpainted Moroccan Red Parchment Wall Sconce
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African Tribal Art parchment wall shade sconce featuring a large triangle hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan Art pieces could be used as wall lamp s...
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20th Century Moroccan Moorish Hide Folk Art

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Iron

Tribal Art African Parchment Wall Sconce Red
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African Tribal Art parchment wall shade sconce featuring a large triangle hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan Art pieces could be used as wall lamp shade...
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20th Century Moroccan Moorish Hide Folk Art

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Iron

Hide Painting of Chief Red Cloud by Louis Shipshee
By Louis Shipshee
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
(1896-1975) Portrait painting of Chief Red Cloud Sioux by Louis Shipshee on hide mounted on board. Very nice painting by a great artist. Period: Mid ...
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Mid-20th Century American Hide Folk Art

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Hide

19th Century Walla Walla Prison Horse Bit Collection
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Collection of seven Walla Walla prison made bits. All silver overlaid but unique from each other with various techniques and designs. In the 19th Century f...
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Late 19th Century American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Leather

Antique Native American Beaded Moccasins, Sioux, circa 1900, Blue Buffalo Tracks
Located in Denver, CO
American Indian moccasins, expertly beaded by a member of the Sioux (Plains Indian) tribe. The dark blue elements on the vamps symbolize Buff...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Beads, Hide

North African Tribal Art Parchment Wall Decor
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African tribal art parchment wall shade sconce featuring a large triangle hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan art pieces could be used as wall lamp s...
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20th Century Moroccan Moorish Hide Folk Art

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Iron

Moroccan Parchment Handpainted Folk Art Wall Sconce
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African Tribal Art parchment wall shade sconce featuring a large triangle hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan Art pieces could be used as wall lamp sh...
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20th Century Moroccan Moorish Hide Folk Art

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Iron

Parchment Moroccan African Art Wall Decoration
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African Tribal Art parchment wall shade sconce featuring a large curved hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan Art pieces could be used as wall lamp sha...
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20th Century Moroccan Arts and Crafts Hide Folk Art

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Iron

Moroccan Ethnic Art African Parchment Wall Sconce
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African Tribal Art parchment wall shade sconce featuring a large triangle hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan Art pieces could be used as wall lamp sh...
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20th Century Moroccan Moorish Hide Folk Art

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Iron

Arapaho Beaded Moccasins
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Arapaho beaded men’s moccasins of brain tanned deer skin with parfleche soles. Trunk piece, unused condition. Great display piece. Period: First quarte...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Beads

Parchment Moroccan Berber Art
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African Tribal Art parchment wall hanging featuring a large curved hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan Art pieces could be used as wall lamp shade. Ir...
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20th Century Moroccan Arts and Crafts Hide Folk Art

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Iron

19th Century Sioux Split Horn Headdress
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Genuine 19th Century Native American made Sioux split horn bonnet with buffalo hide liner. Long dangling ermine tails, tips beaded with greasy yellows and red hearts tipped with horse hair. Small brain tanned thong with hawk bells connecting both horns. Beaded brow band, matching horn...
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19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide

Vintage Moroccan African Ethnic Art Wall Decor
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African Tribal Art parchment wall shade sconce featuring a large curved hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan Art pieces could be used as wall lamp sha...
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20th Century Moroccan Moorish Hide Folk Art

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Iron

19th Century Blackfeet Split Horn Headdress
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Blackfeet or crow split horn headdress collected by Ron Hall at Browning, Montana from grandson of Edward Axe (Blackfeet) who acquired from Jack B...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Beads, Feathers

Salmon Nootka Native American Hand Drum
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Nootka hand drum with polychrome salmon, brass tacks, brain tanned handhold, original sale tag of $40. Period: First quarter of the 20th century Origin: Noo...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Hide Folk Art

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Hide

19th Century Nez Perce Beaded Saddle Drape
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Nez Perce saddle drop. Brain tanned floral beaded panels on yellow background. Brain tanned elk hide with long fringe. Flour sack lined with stains from period of use. Long fringe both ends. Direct from a Nez Perce trunk. Period: Last quarter of the 19th century Origin: Nez Perce Size: Panels 12" x 8" drape 44", fringe 28".   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, Nez Perce Indian, Beaded, Beadwork, Saddle Drape...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide

Moroccan Handpainted Parchment Folk Art Wall Sconce
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African tribal art parchment wall shade sconce featuring a large triangle hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan art pieces could be used as wall lamp sh...
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20th Century Moroccan Folk Art Hide Folk Art

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Iron

Crow Beaded Knife Sheath, Antique Native American , Plains Indian, circa 1870
By Crow
Located in Denver, CO
A Classic Period (Pre-Reservation era) knife sheath created circa 1870 by a Crow (Plains Indian/Native American) artist. Constructed of Native tanned hid...
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Mid-19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide

Handpainted Moroccan Folk Art Decorative Wall Sconce
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African Tribal Art parchment wall shade sconce featuring a large curved hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan Art pieces could be used as wall lamp sha...
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20th Century Moroccan Folk Art Hide Folk Art

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Iron

Parchment Vintage African Tribal Art Wall Decor
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African tribal art parchment wall shade sconce featuring a large triangle hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan art pieces could be used as wall lamp s...
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20th Century Moroccan Folk Art Hide Folk Art

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Iron

Bidjogo Tribal Initiation Ox Mask, c. 1900
Located in Chicago, IL
After oxen were introduced to Guinea Bissau by Portuguese sailors in the 15th century, its strength, aggression, and nobility quickly became integrated i...
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Early 20th Century Guinea-Bissauan Tribal Hide Folk Art

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Hide, Wood

Handpainted Ethnic Art Parchment Wall Sconce from Morocco
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African Tribal Art parchment wall shade sconce featuring a large triangle hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan Art pieces could be used as wall lamp sh...
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20th Century Moroccan Arts and Crafts Hide Folk Art

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Iron

Sioux Brain Tanned and Beaded Work Bag
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Hidatsa Sioux work bag from Fort Berthold, North Dakota. Properly referred to as a woman's work bag that was used for holding sewing materials, sinew, awls and beads. Sinew sewn on brain tanned...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide

Native Cree Beaded Gun Scabbard
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Cree, Assiniboine or Stony (all Canadian Assiniboine) gun scabbard for a lever action rifle. Beaded panels top and bottom, brain tanned deer hide. Beautif...
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1870s American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide

Northern Plains Parfleche Bonnet Case
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Northern Plains parfleche bonnet case with original long fringe. Old smoke from the teepee. Period: circa 1870 Origin: Northern Plains Size: Case 19" ...
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1870s American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide

Parchment Moroccan African Art Wall Curved Sconce - 1
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African Tribal Art parchment wall shade sconce featuring a large curved hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan Art pieces could be used as wall lamp shad...
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20th Century Moroccan Arts and Crafts Hide Folk Art

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Iron

19th Century Native American Hidatsa Arikara Medicine Shirt
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Hidatsa Arikara medicine shirt worn by a warrior who deserved honors, pre-reservation. Horseshoes represent successful horse raids, and the six quilled eagle feathers signify war coups, scalps or battles. Would note, four real scalps possibly moved over from an earlier war shirt...
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19th Century American Native American Antique Hide Folk Art

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Hide

Moroccan Handpainted African Art Wall Sconce
Located in North Hollywood, CA
African Tribal Art parchment wall shade sconce featuring a large curved hide form stitched on iron and hand painted surface. These Moroccan Art pieces could be used as wall lamp shad...
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20th Century Moroccan Arts and Crafts Hide Folk Art

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Iron

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