Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA

Certified-Rare-Chumash-Native-American-Charmstone-2-California-Bennett-COA-01-pf Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA

Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Charmstone #2. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, Chapter 14. Southern California Chumash Charmstones are rare. They appear to have been used primarily for bringing rain and for successful fishing. They are attributed to ceremonial context/purposes. Size: 6-3/16 inch x 1-3/16 inch. Location Found: Central/Southern California attributed to Chumash Culture. Britten Marin Collection, California. Britten Marin was the son of John Marin (original founder of Sports Illustrated Magazine). John Marin passed away May 31, 2011. This artifact has been in private collections. The item “Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA” is in sale since Sunday, December 29, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Artifacts”. The seller is “marieleff” and is located in Georgetown, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Tribal Affiliation: Chumash

Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA

Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA

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Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA

Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA
Certified Rare Chumash Charmstone #2. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, Chapter 14. Size: 6-3/16 inch x 1-3/16 inch. Location Found: Central/Southern California attributed to Chumash Culture. Southern California Chumash Charmstones are rare. T hey appear to have been used primarily for bringing rain and for successful fishing. They are attributed to ceremonial context/purposes. Britten Marin Collection, California. Britten Marin was the son of John Marin (original founder of Sports Illustrated Magazine). John Marin passed away May 31, 2011. This artifact has been in private collections. The item “Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA” is in sale since Saturday, October 19, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Artifacts”. The seller is “marieleff” and is located in Georgetown, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Tribal Affiliation: Chumash

Certified Rare Chumash Native American Charmstone #2 California Bennett COA

Certified Chumash Rare Engraved Stone Tablet, California Bennett COA

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Certified Chumash Rare Engraved Stone Tablet, California Bennett COA
Certified Chumash Rare Engraved Stone Tablet, California Bennett COA
Certified Chumash Rare Engraved Stone Tablet, California Bennett COA
Certified Chumash Rare Engraved Stone Tablet, California Bennett COA
Certified Chumash Rare Engraved Stone Tablet, California Bennett COA
Certified Chumash Rare Engraved Stone Tablet, California Bennett COA

Certified Chumash Rare Engraved Stone Tablet, California Bennett COA
Extremely Rare Double Sided Incised (Engraved) Chumash Stone Tablet Fragment. Artifact Info: The incredible archaeological interpretation of this rare artifact engravings are related to astrological events; with additional interpretation that the Chumash used these objects to observe the solstices. These types of artifacts are known as “portable cosmos” which refer to the universe and are small enough to be carried versus large stone petroglyphs that are permanent structures. This artifact was part of a 1920’s private collection found at Malaga Cove California, what is now known as archaeological site CA-LAN-138. This is a rare artifact from an early discovery of this site. Double Sided Incised (Engraved) Stone Tablet Fragment, with different engravings on both sides. Date estimate 1,400 years old. This artifact is fragile, siltstone is a very light-weight stone type. Size: Small, 2-7/16 inch x 1-1/16 inch. Location Found: Malaga Cove, California. Attributed to Chumash Culture. Incised stone tablets from Malaga Cove are well documented in archaeological papers. Short Video of this Artifact below. The item “Certified Chumash Rare Engraved Stone Tablet, California Bennett COA” is in sale since Friday, August 16, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Artifacts”. The seller is “marieleff” and is located in Georgetown, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Tribal Affiliation: Chumash

Certified Chumash Rare Engraved Stone Tablet, California Bennett COA

Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA

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Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA
Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA
Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA
Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA
Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA
Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA
Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA
Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA
Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA
Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA
Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA

Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA
Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, Chapter 14. A large, over-sized crystallized steatite artifact attributed to the Chumash culture discovered in the Channel Islands, California. There are a few interpretations that it may be for ornamental, ceremonial or utilitarian purposes. Nterpretations that this may have been repurposed from an ancient steatite bowl. It portrays a depiction of combined pendant plus shaft smoother, the groove does not extend the width of the stone. It is large and weighs 1Lb (452grams). Archaeological documentation show these types of artifacts utilized in ceremonial traditions in Southern California. Smith helped launch the San Bernardino County Museum in 1952 and was the Director of the museum. He is credited for an abundance of documentation of California artifacts since the 1930’s. Smith passed away on February 27, 2001. One side is convex, and one side is concave. There is a drilled suspension hole. There is a hole/gauge on the top near the left side which could be intentional or natural but it’s encrusted with mineral deposits. The thin crystallized surface of the entire artifact gives it a light green color appearance. The surface is coated with a thin layer of white crystals, with specs of yellow/amber minerals (most likely mica, etc) which under 200x magnification looks like a sheet of ice (view 200x magnification photos). This thin layer of crystallization gives the artifact an overall beautiful appearance, making it shine and sparkle when the light hits it or if it is rotated around in the light. The exaggerated size and trace elements of red ochre attributes an interpretation of this artifact being utilized for ceremonial purposes (view 200x magnification photos). Chumash culture used mineral/earth pigments to paint their bodies and for rock art. Fully in-tact, no repairs, no restoration. Location: Southern California, attributing to the Channel Islands and an early 1900’s discovery. Most of the Channel Islands are now restricted to public access and preserved as a National Park, making this an extremely rare artifact. Size: 4-5/8 inches x 3-7/8 inches x 1 inch. Date estimate Late BC-1500AD. Archaeological excerpt about Chumash sacred ritual locations: Chumash Ritual and Sacred Geography, J. Mountain shrines were used for various purposes; they were places where public and private rituals were conducted, and both community and individual needs were addressed at different times (Applegate 1975; Hudson and Blackburn 1986; Hudson and Underhay 1978). Shrines were locations where offerings were given for different reasons. They would come together there in their necessities and pilgrimages. Shrines were also used to commemorate the dead. Shrines are also known to have been used for winter solstice ceremonies, which were vital to the Chumash in perpetuating their relationship with the universe and especially the Sun, Kakunupmawa Hudson et al. 1977; Hudson and Blackburn 1986. Rituals revolved around the Sun, a powerful supernatural being capable of giving life, warmth, and light, or bringing death (Hudson and Underhay 1978:61). Please view all large high definition pictures which show every detail of the artifact. The item “Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA” is in sale since Friday, August 9, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Artifacts”. The seller is “marieleff” and is located in Georgetown, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Tribal Affiliation: Chumash

Certified Rare Channel Islands California Chumash Ceremonial Pendant Bennett COA

Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA

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Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA
Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA
Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA
Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA
Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA
Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA
Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA
Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA
Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA
Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA
Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA

Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA
Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone – Bennett COA. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, Chapter 14. Artifact Classification Info: An Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone, from the Chumash culture in Southern California. One end displays multiple grooves comprising of incised lines, that are not joined. This artifact has been in private collections. There are incised lines on one end of the charmstone which is interpreted as symbolizing lightning. This type of charmstone was said to be a thunderbolt and was usually found at the foot of a tree that had been struck by lightning (see appraisal description photo provided). The Chumash of Southern California would also use charmstones for shamanistic purposes in ceremonial context. Size: 6-5/16 inch x 1 inch. Material: Basalt (fine grained). Archaeological Charmstone Reference: Elsasser and Rhode, 1992. Provenance: Gallery acquisition, Ex. Britten Marin Collection, California. Britten Marin was the son of John Marin (original founder of Sports Illustrated Magazine). John Marin passed away May 31, 2011. Please view all large high definition pictures for exact details. The item “Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA” is in sale since Friday, August 9, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Artifacts”. The seller is “marieleff” and is located in Georgetown, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Provenance: Ownership History Available
  • Tribal Affiliation: Chumash

Certified Rare California Chumash Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Bennett COA

Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised

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Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised
Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised
Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised
Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised
Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised
Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised
Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised
Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised
Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised
Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised
Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised

Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised
Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone. Artifact Classification: An Asymmetrical Spindle Charm Stone, from the Chumash culture in Southern California. One end displays multiple grooves comprising of incised lines, that are not joined. The material is a black polished hard stone with earthen patina. This artifact has been in private collections since the eraly 1900’s. There are incised lines on one end of the charmstone which is interpreted as symbolizing lightning. This type of charmstone was said to be a thunderbolt and was usually found at the foot of a tree that had been struck by lightning (see appraisal description photo provided). The Chumash of Southern California would also use charmstones for shamanistic purposes in ceremonial context. Valuation Guarantee Line: Southern California Chumash Culture, Classification: Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone; Date Estimate 1300 AD-1500 AD. Size: 6-1/4 inch x 1 inch (measurements taken from longest and widest part of the artifact). Archaeological Charmstone Reference: Elsasser and Rhode, 1992. Provenance: Gallery acquisition, Ex. Britten Marin Collection, California. Britten Marin was the son of John Marin (original founder of Sports Illustrated Magazine). John Marin passed away May 31, 2011. The item “Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised” is in sale since Saturday, June 22, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Artifacts”. The seller is “marieleff” and is located in Georgetown, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Tribal Affiliation: Chumash

Authentic Rare Chumash Incised Asymmetrical Spindle Charmstone Appraised

Certified Extremely Rare California Chumash Engraved Stone Tablet Appraised

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Certified Extremely Rare California Chumash Engraved Stone Tablet Appraised
Certified Extremely Rare California Chumash Engraved Stone Tablet Appraised
Certified Extremely Rare California Chumash Engraved Stone Tablet Appraised
Certified Extremely Rare California Chumash Engraved Stone Tablet Appraised
Certified Extremely Rare California Chumash Engraved Stone Tablet Appraised
Certified Extremely Rare California Chumash Engraved Stone Tablet Appraised

Certified Extremely Rare California Chumash Engraved Stone Tablet Appraised
Extremely Rare Double Sided Incised (Engraved) Stone Tablet Fragment, Malaga Cove California – COA. The incredible archaeological interpretation of the rare artifact engravings are related to astrological events; with additional interpretation that the Chumash used these objects to observe the solstices. These types of artifacts are known as “portable cosmos” which refer to the universe and are small enough to be carried versus large stone petroglyphs that are permanent structures. This artifact was part of a 1920’s private collection found at Malaga Cove California, prior to Archaeological excavation, of what is now known as archaeological site CA-LAN-138. This is a rare artifact from an early discovery of this site. (1) Double Sided Incised (Engraved) Stone Tablet Fragment, Guaranteed 100% Authentic. Engravings appear on both sides of the stone. Approximately 1,400 years old. This artifact is fragile, siltstone is a very light-weight stone type. Size: Small, Approximately 2-7/16 inch long x 1-2/16 inch wide. Attributed to Chumash Culture. Certificate of Authenticity and appraisal are included to guarantee buyers that the artifact is 100% authentic. Scientific testing, utilizing Infrared Laser Spectroscopy (ILS) and microscopic analysis was performed to confirm authenticity of the artifact, engravings and to establish a date time frame. Incised stone tablets from Malaga Cove are well documented in archaeological papers. Archaeological Information about Malaga Cove site CA-LAN-138 Incised Stones: View Here. Short Video of this Artifact. The large pictures provided and video of the artifact show every inch of detail. What you see is exactly what you will receive. The item “Certified Extremely Rare California Chumash Engraved Stone Tablet Appraised” is in sale since Friday, May 24, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Artifacts”. The seller is “marieleff” and is located in Georgetown, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Tribal Affiliation: Chumash

Certified Extremely Rare California Chumash Engraved Stone Tablet Appraised

Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised

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Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised
Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised
Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised
Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised
Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised
Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised
Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised
Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised
Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised
Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised
Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised

Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised
Extremely Rare Certified Chumash Double Sided Engraved Ceremonial Stone Tablet, California – COA. This tablet has been attributed to ceremonial context, which is a rare recovery. An extremely rare & significant artifact (view archaeological info below) from Archaeological Site CA-LAN-138, Malaga Cove California, Chumash Culture. Provenance: Ex Byron Anderson Collection, Ex Racer Collection. (1) Double Sided Incised (Engraved) Chumash Ceremonial Steatite Tablet, Guaranteed 100% Authentic. Approximately 1,000-1,500 years old. Cross-hatch/square engravings, finely engraved, appear on both sides of the tablet. Material: light grayish steatite stone. Size: 8-3/4 inch long x 6-1/8 inch wide. Fully in tact, no restoration, there are a few scratches observed on the item. Please view all large high definition pictures and video for all details. Intentional horizontal parallel incised lines extend all the way across the tablet and cover 2/3 of the tablet. Intentional parallel diagonal lines intersect the horizontal lines which generates a crosshatch pattern. The partially drilled hole is 3/8 inch diameter. View video below for details. Intentional incised engravings are contained to a small portion of Side 2, center edge of tablet. The incised lines are intentional parallel horizontal lines that do not extend to the edge, with intentional parallel diagonal lines intersecting the horizontal lines creating a crosshatch pattern. The engravings on the back stop at center of tablet. Incised stone tablets and archaeological information. A rchaeological Information about Malaga Cove site CA-LAN-138 Incised Stones: View Here. Archaeological Information referencing Dr. Racer & Malaga Cove, page 24: View Here. Racer & Malaga Cove, pages 45,53,54, with page 52 showing an incised tablet recovered by Thomas Tower (another early pioneer of the Malaga Cove site): View Here. Byron Anderson was an avid artifact collector, found in Archaeological journals since 1964. Scientific testing, utilizing Infrared Laser Spectroscopy (ILS) and microscopic analysis, was performed to confirm authenticity and to establish a date time frame. Artifact attributes to the Chumash Culture which occupied California for thousands of years. 2 Short Videos of this Artifact showing top, sides, bottom and engravings. The large pictures provided and video of the artifact show every inch of detail. What you see is exactly what you will receive. Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Stone Tablet – Top. Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Stone Tablet – Bottom. The item “Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised” is in sale since Friday, May 24, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Artifacts”. The seller is “marieleff” and is located in Georgetown, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Tribal Affiliation: Chumash

Certified Rare California Chumash Engraved Ceremonial Tablet & Appraised

Rare Early Chumash basket, Native American Indian, circa 1840

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Rare Early Chumash basket, Native American Indian, circa 1840
Rare Early Chumash basket, Native American Indian, circa 1840
Rare Early Chumash basket, Native American Indian, circa 1840

Rare Early Chumash basket, Native American Indian, circa 1840
This rare Chumash basket is decorated with seven bands of vertical diamond designs with designs in betetween each row of vertical designs. Ticking on the rim. Circa: 1840 Diameter: 11″ Height: 2 1/2″. The item “Rare Early Chumash basket, Native American Indian, circa 1840″ is in sale since Friday, May 24, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Baskets”. The seller is “aisdave” and is located in Sacramento, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Tribal Affiliation: Chumash

Rare Early Chumash basket, Native American Indian, circa 1840

A Rare Steatite Chumash Charm Stone, Native American Indian, Circa 1600

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A Rare Steatite Chumash Charm Stone, Native American Indian, Circa 1600
A Rare Steatite Chumash Charm Stone, Native American Indian, Circa 1600

A Rare Steatite Chumash Charm Stone, Native American Indian, Circa 1600
This rare Native American steatite Chumash charm stone was found in the Santa Barbara, California area. Circa: 1600 Diameter: 1 3/4″ Height: 2 5/8″. The item “A Rare Steatite Chumash Charm Stone, Native American Indian, Circa 1600″ is in sale since Friday, January 20, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1600-1799\Other Nat. Am. Items 1600-1799″. The seller is “aisdave” and is located in Carmichael, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Belgium, France, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Croatia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Bahamas, Uruguay.
  • Tribal Affiliation: Chumash

A Rare Steatite Chumash Charm Stone, Native American Indian, Circa 1600