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Period: Late 20th Century
Northwest Coast American Indian Hand Carved Wood Totem Pole by Gary Rice
Located in San Diego, CA
A fine example of a Salish northwest coast American Indian hand carved wood totem pole by master carver Gary Rice, circa 1980s. The Totem stands and 19.5" H with a 18" wingspan and i...
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Canadian Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wood

Vintage Native American Leather Hide Shoulder Bag Satchel Crossbody Purse
Located in Dayton, OH
Late 20th century Native American style shoulder bag / purse / satchel. Made of soft asymmetrically cut off-white leather with decorative stitching, antique United States 1904 "India...
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Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Leather

5 Artisian Folk Art Southwestern Pueblo Painted Gourds Bird Snake 9"
Located in Dayton, OH
Lot of five late 20th century native Southwestern folk art hand painted gourds. Variety of colors and pattern motifs including a snake and a Pueblo Bird. T...
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Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Organic Material

Large Vintage Native American South West style Coral turquoise Necklace
Located in London, GB
Large Vintage Native American South West style Coral turquoise Necklace A double string of Large high quality natural red coral beads with turquoise and natural elongated pearls Vint...
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American Vintage Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Coral

Vintage Native American Plains beaded Blanket Rug Interior design collectibles
Located in London, GB
Large Vintage Native American beaded Blanket Fine large wool blanket with finely executed beadwork strip on buckskin with satin detail ...
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American Vintage Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool, Satin, Beads

Chasing Star Performing a Dance - Kachina Doll by Rena Jean (Whitehorse)
Located in Soquel, CA
Chasing Star Performing a Dance - Kachina Doll by Rena Jean (Whitehorse) Brightly painted, dynamic sculpture by Rena W. Jean ( Rena Whitehorse Jean) Hopi. The figure is dressed in o...
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Fur, Leather, Wood, Paint, Feathers

Water Serpent (Palulukang) and Mud Man (Koyemsi) - Kachina Doll
Located in Soquel, CA
Water Serpent (Palulukang) and Mud Man (Koyemsi) - Kachina Doll Brightly painted, dynamic sculpture by an unknown artist. The figure is dressed as a medicine man, with feather and fur accents. The Mud Man is holding a piece of leather and a drum, about to wrestle with the Horned Water Serpent (Palulukang) that is emerging from a pottery jar , or Mudhead kachina clown...
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American Folk Art Vintage Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Fur, Feathers, Paint, Wood, Leather

1970's Pete Sierra Navajo Navajo Sterling and Turquoise Necklace and Earrings
Located in Palm Springs, CA
A stunning set of Sterling and Turquoise by the noted Navajo Craftsman Pete Sierra. The set dates to the 1970's we believe. Pete Sierra studied under the m...
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American Vintage Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Sterling Silver

Vintage South American Hand-woven Textile Panel in Green, Blue, Red, Black
Located in Barrington, IL
Vintage Hand-Woven South American textile panel in banded stripes pattern with brilliant stripes in colors of Blue, red, green, black, orange and magenta. The textile has an extremely fine weave and a very high quality handspun wool that was hand dyed with natural vegetable dyes. It would be an ideal piece as wall art. Dimensions: 34" x 44" Date of Manufacture: 2nd Quarter of the 1900s Place of Origin: South America Material: Very fine wool fiber with natural vegetable dyes Condition: Good Mexican Handwoven Textiles, Vintage Mexican Textiles...
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Peruvian Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Navajo Sterling Spirit Dancer by Toby Henderson
Located in Litchfield, CT
By Toby Henderson, Dine-Navajo, American, circa 1980s. This spectacular sterling figure of a Navajo spirit dancer by renowned Navajo silversmith Toby Henderson is highly detailed. Heavily worked and excessively concha stamped, it is the perfect way to connect with the spiritual world through Dine art! Excellent condition. Remarks: "Bring the balance of self and universe into your home." Size: 5 5/8 inches high by 2 inches wide Weight: 91.5 grams Hallmarks: TH below a partial sun, maker's mark for Tobey Henderson...
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American Native American Vintage Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Sterling Silver

Large Hand Carved Inuit Stylized Figurative Sculpture
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This handcrafted sculpture was made in Northern Canada by an Inuit artisan in circa 1970. This sculpture is a series of two stylized human figures intermixed with two representations of presumably Spirits, which has several carved faces in them. The entire sculpture is composed of hand carved and handcrafted antler, likely Caribou. This sculpture may symbolize a blessing of good fortune for an upcoming hunt. The series of four figures are each pegged on the bottom and fit into holes drilled into the base. The base is numbered on the bottom which identifies that it was registered, and also has a paper label. Due to the composition of this sculpture it may only be shipped within Canada...
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Canadian Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Antler

Vintage Signed Native American Navajo SS & Turquoise Concho Belt by Jimmy Herald
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine vintage Navajo belt. By Jimmy Herald. Consisting of a leather belt with sterling silver 'conchos' (shells) and turquoise accents. The slides are copper backed and there are ...
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North American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Sterling Silver

Henry Hunt (1923-1985) First Nations Bear Carving Mask
Located in Garnerville, NY
Authentic First Nations wood carved mask by master carver, Henry Hunt (1923-1985). This hand carved gem depicts a Canadian Grizzly Bear. Pencil signed in cursive on the reverse, Henry Hunt. Carved out of Pacific Northwest pine. Hunt had a rich history replicating and also making one of a kind masks, figures and totems in the Kwakwaka'wakw tradition. This piece dates circa 1970-80. Good overall condition with wear consistent with age. One minor ding near the eye (see photo). Dark patina. No visible splits. Approximately 5" deep x 5.13" wide x 7" high. Galleries West Bio: In 1941, the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria opened Thunderbird Park on a small piece of land adjacent to the museum. Centred around the historic Helmcken House on the same site, it was a small but growing collection of authentic examples of northwest coast art — poles, grave markers, and other ceremonial carvings by the Haida, Songhees, Nuu-cha-nulth, and Kwakwaka’wakw people. By the early 1950s, the carvings had started to decay, and the museum hired a carver to replicate the existing poles, and create new carvings based on original works from sites along the west coast. Kwakwaka’wakw chief Mungo Martin was hired as head carver, and he brought in his stepson, Henry Hunt, to assist him. Based on the northeast coast of Vancouver Island, the Kwakwaka’wakw carvers are known for poles and masks carved with traditional hand tools, faces and figures with theatrical expressions, and bright painting outlined in sharp contrast. Martin learned the art from his own stepfather, Charlie James...
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Canadian Native American Vintage Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Pine

Navajo Sterling Spirit Dancer by Tobey Henderson
Located in Litchfield, CT
This spectacular sterling figure of a Navajo spirit dancer by renowned Navajo silversmith Toby Henderson is highly detailed, circa 1980s, by Toby Henderson, Dine-Navajo, American. Heavily worked and excessively concha stamped, it is the perfect way to connect with the spiritual world through Dine art! Excellent condition. Remarks: "Bring the balance of self and universe into your home." Size: 5 1/2 inches high by 2 inches wide Weight: 88.7 grams Hallmarks: TH below a partial sun, maker's mark for Tobey...
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North American Native American Vintage Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Sterling Silver

Native American Coushatta Lidded Pine Needle Basket
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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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Other

Native American Coushatta Lidded Pine Needle Basket
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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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Other

Tommy Singer Large Native American Sterling Ranger Set
By Tommy Singer
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Tommy Singer Navajo Sterling Ranger Set - Buckle, Keep and Tip This large beautifully crafted buckle set was made circa 1980's. It is in excellent condition and signed "Tommy Singer - Sterling" on both the buckle and the tip. The buckle alone measures 4"l x 4 1/2"w. The keep is 2 1/4" x 1 1/4". The tip is 2" x 2 5/8" Tommy Singer (1940 - May 31, 2014) was a well-known Navajo silversmith, and his distinct style of Indian jewelry is widely recognized. Tommy was a silversmith for over 50 years. He learned the art of silversmithing from his father when he was just seven years old. His father, Tsinnigine Hathali, was a Navajo Medicine man. Tommy's early works were done in the Silver overlay technique, but soon began to feature Turquoise stones. While working with scrap turquoise chips, Tommy pioneered the technique of Chip inlay...
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Vintage Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Silver

Salish Carved Cedar TOTEM
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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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Cedar

Indigenous American West Coast Haida Styled Carved & Polychrome Painted Totem
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This folk art carved and polychrome painted totem pole is signed by an unknown artist and originated from the United States and dates to 1985 and d...
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Cedar

Vintage Native American Style Pottery Cat
Located in Charleston, SC
Acoma Pueblo Ceramic Cat Figurine - Native American Art - Hand Painted in geometric turquoise and black and terracotta.
Category

Unknown Folk Art Vintage Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Ceramic, Paint

1995 Vintage Southwestern Beaded Turtle Medicine Bag Pouch Buffalo Nickel
Located in Dayton, OH
Vintage Native American style medicine bag or pouch fashioned out of the shell of a box turtle and buckskin leather, decorated around the edge with red and green beads and buttons made out of “Indian Head” / Buffalo nickels...
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Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Leather, Shell, Beads

Sterling Turquoise Bolo Tie by Teddy Goodluck
Located in Toledo, OH
Sterling Turquoise bolo tie by Teddy Goodluck. Extra large Sterling Bolo. Beautiful stone that measures 2.5" x 1.75" with tooled front with overall ...
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Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Sterling Silver

P. VILLENEUVE - 'Les Patineurs' - Framed Watercolor Painting - Canada - C.1993
Located in Chatham, ON
PIERRETTE VILLENEUVE (b.1944 - Aboriginal Metis Huron Wendat) - 'Les Patineurs - Canal Rideau' (The Ice Skaters - Rideau Canal) - Vintage watercolor painting on paper - original meta...
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Canadian Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Metal

Santa Clara Pueblo Blackware Pottery Ananyu 'Snake' Vase/Jar
Located in Soquel, CA
Beautiful small traditionally created blackware vase/vessel with snake ("Ananyu") pattern by Fidel (Native American, 1936 - 2018) and Tonita Naranjo (Native American, 1940-2007), circa 1990. Signed on bottom with "Santa Clara Pueblo" designation. Condition: It is in vey good condition with no chips, cracks, repairs, etc. There are a few very small places on the pottery where the black glossy finish is gone consistent with age/use. Size: 4"H x 3.5"D. Fidel and Tonita Naranjo of Santa Clara Pueblo were married artisans of traditional blackware pottery...
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Ceramic, Clay

Northwest Coast Totem by Marlin Alphonse
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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American Native American Vintage Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Cedar

Small Navajo Rug/ Granado, AZ
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Yellow and Tan Rug measuring 34.5 x 19". Bought at Hubbell Trading Post, Granado AZ. In very good condition. Always hung on a wall, so in great shape!
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Small Granado Red by Mary James
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Small Ganado Red Rug by Mary James. Rug was purchased in 1997. Rug in very nice shape! Always hung on a wall and never walked on!.
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

James Shay Navajo Sterling Silver Native American Concho Belt, Marked JS
By James Shay
Located in Phoenix, AZ
This Concho belt was created by Navajo silversmith James Shay. It features 8 sterling silver Conchos, including the buckle, with hand stamp work. The buckle is clearly hallmarked "JS STERLING...
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Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Silver

Native American Indian Doll with Traditional Lakota Sioux Cherokee Wedding Dress
Located in Vero Beach, FL
Native American Indian doll with traditional Lakota Sioux Cherokee wedding dress with bead-work, one of a kind This is an authentic Native American, Am...
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North American Native American Vintage Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Leather, Clay

Large Golden Micaceous Pottery Bowl with Fire Clouds by Lonnie Vigil
By Lonnie Vigil
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Lonnie Vigil (1949 -) Micaceous Bowl 1994 8 inches H. x 13 inches in Diameter This striking bowl is by renown master potter Lonnie Vigil of Nambe Pueblo. Made from hand coils of micaceous clay, the surface is then slipped with micaceous clay and traditionally pit fired. Micaceous clay is so rich in the mineral mica that the mica's tiny gold-colored flakes impart a softly glowing, subtly textured surface to the finished pottery. So it is not just the form, but the surface that is so stunning on this beautiful piece. The bowl was fired to a deep golden orange, with the surface patterned by fire clouds. These fire clouds are varied in coloration forming an exquisite pattern on the surface of the bowl. Lonnie Vigil is the recognized master and innovator of micaceous pottery...
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Clay

Mary Ellen Toya Story Teller Jemez
By Mary Ellen Toya
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Mary Ellen Toya Story Teller Jemez Mexico 7.25" tall with 11 babies. Singing Mother Motif, Singing Traditional Cochiti Songs. Am listing many American Ind...
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American Anglo-Indian Vintage Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Ceramic

Nova Scotia Wool Rug Chetticamp, Nova Scotia
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Novia Scotia wool rug 27" x 41". Purchased in Chetticamp, Novia Scotia 1997. Black,Red and White in 6 sections with stylized design including mythical animals. Always hung on a wall ...
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Canadian Anglo-Indian Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Conchiti Story Teller Doll by Dena M. Suina, Cochiti Pueblo, NM
By Dena M. Suina
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Dena M. Suina, Cochiti Story Telling Figure. Doll has 18 highly detailed babies in her arms. Nice design and paint throughout front and back. Last photo shows a repair to left leg th...
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American Anglo-Indian Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Ceramic

Tarahumara Indian Beer Fermenting Pot, 1970s
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Tarahumara Indian Beer Fermenting Pot Sierra Tarahumara Mountains, Chihuahua, Mexico 1970s Low fire clay. 19.50 inches H. x 24.50 inches in Diameter A large vintage example of...
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Mexican Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Clay

Turquoise Frog Fetish, 1990
By Sarah Pino
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Frog Fetish Turquoise and coral Sarah Pino 1990 Measures: 1.75 inches H. x 2.50 inches L. x 2.25 inches W. This wonderful frog fetish was carved from a single piece of turquoise by Navajo...
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Other

Rare, Large Edna Weahkee Leki Zuni Fetish Bowl, 1976
By Edna Weahkee Leki
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Zuni Fetish Bowl 1976 Edna Weahkee Leki ( 1924 - 2003 ) Ceramic pot, pine tar, turquoise, azurite, serpentine, travertine, alabaster, spiny oyster shell, c...
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Other

Tarahumara Indian Large Water Pot with Floral Design, 1970s
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Large Tarahumara Indian Water Pot painted with Floral Design Sierra Tarahumara Mountains, Chihuahua, Mexico 1970s Low fire clay. 17 inches H. x 16 inc...
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Mexican Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

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Clay

Thomas B. Maracle Indigenous Canadian Mohawk Stone Carving or Sculpture
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This large Indigenous North American stone carving was done by Thomas B. Maracle of the Mohawk Nation in circa 1985 in his signature Indigenous Folk Art...
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North American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Stone

Large Lladro Yupik or Inuit Boy and Girl Affectionately Embracing Figurine
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This very large hand painted porcelain figurine was made by the renowned Llladro company of Spain in circa 1985. The figurine depicts a young Inuit boy and girl affectionately embrac...
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Spanish Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Porcelain

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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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Other

Amazonian Feather Storage Basket
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Feather storage basket Rikbaktsa Tribe, Jurene River, Mato Grosso, Brazil 1990 Plaited fiber, wood, feathers, twined natural fiber, and cotton. 5 inche...
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Brazilian Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Other

Raspberry Alabaster Feather Bundled Bear Fetish with Heart Line
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Raspberry Alabaster feather bundled bear Fetish with distinct heart line Amos Pino 1998 Ramah Navajo Band, Navajo Reservation, El Morro, New Mexico M...
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American Navajo Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Coral, Lapis Lazuli, Alabaster

Navajo Tapestry Two Gray Hills Pattern by Jennifer Nathaniel
By Jennifer Nathaniel
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Navajo Tapestry, 26" x 39" weaved by Jennifer Nathaniel. Two Gray hills pattern in Natural un-dyed homespun native wool, black, gray,beige, brown and cr...
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American Anglo-Indian Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Large Lladro Yupik or Inuit Boy Crouched and Resting Figurine or Sculpture
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This very large hand painted porcelain figurine was made by the renowned Llladro company of Spain in circa 1985. The figurine depicts a young Inuit boy crouched with his head in his ...
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Spanish Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Porcelain

Carved Tribal Mask from Pacific Northwest Coast by David Frankel
Located in Atlanta, GA
A striking carved and painted mask in the tradition of the Native Indian tribes from Pacific Northwest Coast by David Frankel in 1994. The mask...
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Natural Fiber, Wood

Large Lladro Yupik or Inuit Girl Sitting Cross Legged Figurine or Sculpture
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This very large hand painted porcelain figurine was made by the renowned Llladro company of Spain in approximately 1985. The figurine depicts a young Inuit girl seated cross legged w...
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Spanish Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Porcelain

Panamint Shouldered Basket
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Highly decorated and finely woven shouldered basket with red wool decoration on shoulder Period: Last quarter 20th century Origin: Panamint Size: 6" diameter x 3 1/2" height Fami...
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Other

Tsonoqua/Dzunkukwa "Wild Woman of the Woods" Totem
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Tsonoqua/Dzunukwa, “The Wild Woman of the Woods,” is an important ancestor figure to the Kwakwaka’wakw people of British Columbia. A giantess that fills important cultural roles during the potlatch, she is best known as a wealth-bringing being to those who encounter her and as a creature that parents tell their children stories about to make them behave and not venture far from the village – as she is also a cannibal and has been known to snatch stray children from the woods. She is the female counterpart of the male Bak’was, the Kwakwaka’wakw “Wild Man of the Woods.” Tsonoqua is analogous to the Coast Salish Sasq’ets, better known as Sasquatch, the Nuxalk Sniniq (female) and Buks (male), the Tsimshian Ba’oosh, the Haida Gagiit, the Athabaskan Hairy Man (or Woman), and the Tlingit Tl’anaxéedáakw. She is also what a lot of folks would call Bigfoot. This pole is carved in a Coast Salish style but shows several Kwakwaka’wakw influences, so is perhaps better termed a female Sasq’ets pole. This pole shares a lot of stylistic elements with work by the Coast Salish Horne family and was perhaps carved by one of them. The features of the face that identify this pole as a Wild Woman are the tightly squinted eyes, the prominent cheekbones, and the pursed red lips that depict her making her telltale whistling call. Large breasts are created by “split-u” formline elements on her chest, motifs which are repeated (unpainted) on her arms and legs. Her hands and appropriately large feet are rendered naturalistically, and she is depicted in a kneeling position. A very fine example of Northwest Coast carving. Period: Last quarter 20th century Origin: Salish Size: 49"H x 17'W. 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, Carving, Totem, Pole, Painted, Cedar, Salish Indian
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Cedar

Massive Pair Native Salish Carved Totems
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Matched pair of Salish Native American totem poles. Both identical. Carved as a thunderbird with spread rings separately carved and attached perched on the head of a human over a sea...
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Cedar

Native American Indian Iron Wood Carving Chief Bull Aparoke by Artist Bruce Law
Located in Tustin, CA
"Chief Bull Aparoke" is a legendary work of art from renowned Arizona Native American artist, Bruce Law. Hand-carved from a solid trunk of a rough-hewn Ironwood tree, Chief Bull Aparoke's polished, deeply lined, life size face emerges to evoke the spirit of a stoic Indian Chief who has seen much hardship. Brass plaque beneath the face reads, "Chief Bull Aparoke Sculpture Bruce Law" and has a carved mark of two intersecting bent arrows. Measures: 16.5" high x 11" wide x 11 deep. Weighs 27 pounds. Bruce Law grew up in Phoenix, and now resides in New River, Arizona. Collectors of Bruce’s work include the honorable Barry Goldwater...
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wood

Indigenous Styled Large Handwoven Bird Beak Fancy Lidded Basket
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This Indigenous styled lidded basket is presumed to have been made in the United States in circa mid-late 20th century. The maker of the this basket is unknown, but done in the style...
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Reed, Softwood

Apache Jicarilla Apache Basket
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Jicarilla Apache waste basket with handle cutouts, horses, flower and geometric design. Acquired by Charles Graves, Indian agent in the 1920s. New Mex...
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

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Other

Jicarilla Apache Lidded Basket
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Jicarilla apache lidded waste basket with quadrupeds (we think horses) and geometric design. Outside faded but still graphic. Handle cutouts. Acquired...
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

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Other

Robert Gary Miller Native American Original Artist Proof Lithograph "Pauline"
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
Robert Gary Miller "Pauline" ( Indigenous Canadian 1950-) 1990 signed and numbered 7/10 artist proof lithograph. Framed and matted. See our other items for more R.G. Miller paintings. Actual size- 22.5" H x 18.5" W, framed size- 33.38 H x 28.75 W About the Artist Robert Gary Miller-Lahiaaks was born in 1950 on the six nations...
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Canadian Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Paper

Vintage Buckskin Custom Pillow with Horn Latch
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This fine buckskin leather custom made pillow has a old horn for a latch and in very good condition. This fine and soft buckskin is so fine and smooth. The insert is a down and feath...
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American Adirondack Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Leather

Native American Style Coral and Glass Beads Turquoise Necklace
Located in Miami, FL
Native American style double-strand necklace with coral and turquoise beads. Top of necklace is double stranded and tapered out from the centre. Large double beaded turquoise knot fl...
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American Native American Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Coral, Alabaster

20th Century North West Coast American Indian Tribal Mask George Hunt Jr
By George Hunt, Jr.
Located in Point Richmond, CA
20th century North West Coast American Indian signed Tribal Crying Mask George Hunt Jr. Kwakiutl, British Columbia Cedar, horse hair, leather, paint ...
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Canadian Other Vintage Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Cedar, Paint

Pueblo Harvest Dance, vintage Painting by Jose Roybal (San Ildefonso Pueblo)
By Jose Roybal
Located in Denver, CO
An original watercolor painting by San Ildefonso (Pueblo) Native American artist, Jose Roybal (1922-1978) depicting the Pueblo Harvest Dance. Presented in ...
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American Native American Vintage Late 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Paper

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