Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G

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Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G

Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G
Born Cipriano Quintana to renowned jewelers Terecita and Joe H. Quintana, Cippy Crazy Horse has carried on the classic traditional Pueblo designs his parents started. To these classic designs, Crazy Horse brings his personal style. Much of the thick gauge silver comes from melting scrap silver into ingots – a process the “old timers” incorporated. Crazyhorse says of his work, There are two traditional classic styles in silver jewelry, the Navajo and the Pueblo, and I do the latter; from cuff bracelets to concha belts, ranger sets, buckles and bead necklaces. You are looking at a wonderful rare vintage Native American handmade large, wide & bold sterling silver cuff. This rare highly collectible piece was handmade and signed by Cochiti artist Cippy Crazyhorse. The bracelets inside measurement from tip to tip is roughly 5 3/4″, the opening gap measurement between the tips is roughly 1 1/8″ and it weighs a heavy 112+ grams. This piece will make a great addition to any Native American or Southwestern jewelry collection. Take advantage, pieces like this are very hard to come by. You won’t find a better price anywhere!! Thanks for looking and make sure to check out my other listings.
Important Rare Cochiti Cippy Crazyhorse Handmade Big Sterling Cuff Bracelet 112G

Authentic Rare Milnesand paleo point from Mo

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Authentic Rare Milnesand paleo point from Mo
Authentic Rare Milnesand paleo point from Mo
Authentic Rare Milnesand paleo point from Mo
Authentic Rare Milnesand paleo point from Mo
Authentic Rare Milnesand paleo point from Mo
Authentic Rare Milnesand paleo point from Mo
Authentic Rare Milnesand paleo point from Mo
Authentic Rare Milnesand paleo point from Mo

Authentic Rare Milnesand paleo point from Mo
Authentic Rare Milnesand paleo point from clay co. This point is very rare i`ve only seen two in 50 years of collecting. Size: 3 1/4” x 1 5/16′. Material: Grey / white strips chert. See photo`s for more description. Artifacts will have mineral staining / deposits from recovery coming from ground. All artifacts offered are 100% authentic unaltered unless otherwise stated. Any questions message me. Please check out my other artifacts offered many of them are personal finds and ONE OF A KIND most Have not been seen or Handled by modern man.
Authentic Rare Milnesand paleo point from Mo

X-RARE Osage Nation 4.66 Shaman’s Charmstone with150+ Petroglyphs! Missouri. COA

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X-RARE Osage Nation 4.66 Shaman's Charmstone with150+ Petroglyphs! Missouri. COA
X-RARE Osage Nation 4.66 Shaman's Charmstone with150+ Petroglyphs! Missouri. COA
X-RARE Osage Nation 4.66 Shaman's Charmstone with150+ Petroglyphs! Missouri. COA
X-RARE Osage Nation 4.66 Shaman's Charmstone with150+ Petroglyphs! Missouri. COA
X-RARE Osage Nation 4.66 Shaman's Charmstone with150+ Petroglyphs! Missouri. COA
X-RARE Osage Nation 4.66 Shaman's Charmstone with150+ Petroglyphs! Missouri. COA
X-RARE Osage Nation 4.66 Shaman's Charmstone with150+ Petroglyphs! Missouri. COA
X-RARE Osage Nation 4.66 Shaman's Charmstone with150+ Petroglyphs! Missouri. COA
X-RARE Osage Nation 4.66 Shaman's Charmstone with150+ Petroglyphs! Missouri. COA
X-RARE Osage Nation 4.66 Shaman's Charmstone with150+ Petroglyphs! Missouri. COA
X-RARE Osage Nation 4.66 Shaman's Charmstone with150+ Petroglyphs! Missouri. COA

X-RARE Osage Nation 4.66 Shaman's Charmstone with150+ Petroglyphs! Missouri. COA
Ancient Art, Antiques, & Fine. Native American Osage Nation Shaman’s Charm Stone. An Estimate 150+ Incised & Painted Petroglyphs. Spirit Animals, Buffalo, Elk, Birds, & Mythical Creatures. A Record of Shaman’s Many Vision Quests. Woodland Period: Great Plains of Missouri. I certify that this ancient artifact was legally collected on private land with the owner’s permission in Missouri, during the mid-20. Century, and has been in a private collection since that time. It was a surface find and no caves, graves, or mounds were disturbed. This is an opportunity to legally own stunning, ancient Native American artifact that is estimated to be about 2,000-years-old! Osage Grooved Shaman’s Charmstone with an Estimated 150+ Petroglyphs. 4.66 (118 mm). Or 1.69 lb. “Bannerstone Tom” Registry Number. As found, museum quality, with 150+ original stone pictographs (called petroglyphs) incised and painted onto the stone. Much of the black painted pictographs on the rough, hardstone surface is no longer visible, thus making it difficult to determine the shape of the image they painted. NO repairs or restorations. This superb, museum quality Charmstone/Divining Amulet is about 4.66 long and was discovered in the late 1800s in Missouri, and has been in a family collection until recently. It documents an Osage Shaman’s Vision Quests and/or the Creation Legends of the Osage. For the advanced collector of the rarest, Native American artifacts! As one of the RAREST Osage Nation charm stones in existence, this brown, conglomerate, hard-stone artifact still has remnants of a blackish paint from the pigments used to on this divining stone. This black paint is most noticeable along the sides of the charm stone, where it appears to show a graphic image of a mythical creature and/or the deity ” Maun, ” the Earth Maker. Each Osage village had a number of ” wa eghi, ” or headmen, who acted as shaman and leaders in such matters as war, religion, administration, and medicine. This charm stone would have been made and blessed by one of them, and included in his Medicine Bundle for his personal use only. Shaman did not share their sacred paraphernalia. Although the spirits appeared to shaman in their vision quests in either human or animal form, they could sometimes appear in strange forms that are more difficult for us to interpret and understand. Each vision was a highly personal experience, and although it would have been interpreted and explained by a shaman, its full significance might only ever be known to the visionary. Over 150+ of the petroglyphs on this charm stone exhibit mythical, human, bird, and animal characteristics, but their exact meaning is unknown. As you read my English translation of the pictographs/characters on this Native American, Osage People charm stone. You are among the first people in the world to read them, as the petroglyphs on this charm stone have never been documented or deciphered before-in any language! Some historians have estimated the Osage population on the Great Plains in Missouri, before first contact with Europeans at between 4,000 and 6,000; whatever their number, it was sufficient for them to maintain control over most of what is modern-day Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Kansas. This Osage Shaman’s charm stone has an estimate 150+ tiny, incised and painted, stone carvings (petroglyphs) on all sides of the tear-drop shaped Shaman stone! The incised petroglyphs are exceedingly small-most less than 3mm long! They all seem to reflect on a Plain’s Indian, Shaman’s Vision Quests, as it depicts him riding horses and buffalo, with dozens of Spirit Animals and mythical creatures surrounding the Shaman, who is in a trance and Astro-traveling. See below for details. A spiritual people, the Osage Indians of the Central Plains were excellent hunters and fierce warriors. Their religious beliefs were based on Wah-kon-tah, (also ” Wakan Tanka “) the Great Spirit-also the Great Mystery Spirit or Great Power. In one Creation legend, the Osages believed that the People of the Sky (Tzi-sho) met with the People of the Earth (Hun-Kah) to form one tribe, the Children of the Middle Waters (Nee Oh-kah-shkahn). The Osage were a highly spiritual people who worshipped a single deity- ” Maun, ” the “Earth Maker” or Creator. Theirs was a clan-based society, with each clan springing from a benevolent spirit animal related to the Creation of the World. The Osage lands were a place of great, ritual ceremony and spirit quests. Various chroniclers and eyewitnesses have stated that few Osage stood less than 6 feet in height, while many reached a well-proportioned 6½ or 7 feet tall. In his History of Early Reynolds County Missouri, James E. Bell attributes their height, strength, and physical courage to tribal marriage practices. The. Mightiest warriors got the tallest and strongest girl-plus all her sisters. As one of the RAREST Osage charm stones in existence, this brown, conglomerate, hard-stone artifact still has remnants of a blackish patina from the pigments used to on this divining stone. This black paint is most noticeable along the top and base areas where it appears to show a graphic image of a mythical creature and/or the deity ” Maun, ” the Earth Maker. This charm stone would have been part of a Shaman’s Medicine Bundle that contained tokens representative of specific aspects of the vision. The idea of the shamanic journey as envisioned by the Plains shamans, is one of a continual quest for sources of power. Each Osage village had a number of ” wa eghi, ” or headmen, who acted as leaders in such matters as war, religion, administration, and medicine. A hereditary position, headmen were looked to for guidance and direction and were required to possess courage, kindness, compassion, impartiality, and the ability to always light the proper course by personal example. Although the wa eghi were not chiefs per se-a distinction that would later confuse and confound European arrivals-they were singly and collectively responsible for maintaining the order of the community. In Plains ideology, the Sacred Journey is likened to a spinning hoop and everything in nature and in man is conceived as circular in motion and in form. This philosophy is sometimes referred to as the Sacred Hoop. This concept of circular motion is reflected in the items their shaman utilized during their vision quests. This charm stone is tear-shaped with a suspension groove, or “top hat” carved in the pointed top that is about 24 mm wide. {See photo # 9}. This groove would have allowed a small vine or similar string-like object to be tied around the top of the charm stone and allow it to swing and twist randomly back and forth at the will of supernatural forces. Skilled shaman would assess its rotation or swing to answer “yes-no” questions or interpret these motions and decide on an appropriate course of future action. Several of the petroglyphs on this charm stone exhibit human, bird, and animal characteristics, but their exact meaning is unknown. Before Europeans came to the Americas, Osages obtained food by hunting, gathering, and farming. Osages hunted wild game such as bison, elk and deer. There were two bison hunts a year, one in the summer and one in the fall. The goal of the summer hunt was to obtain meat and fat. The purpose of the fall hunt was to obtain food, but also to get the thick winter coats of the bison for making robes, moccasins, leggings, breechcloths, and dresses. Although only the men hunted, the women did the work of butchering and preparing the meat, and tanning the hides. The word “Missouri” often has been construed to mean “muddy water, ” but the Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology has stated it means “town of the large canoes, ” and authorities have said the Indian syllables from which the word comes mean “wooden canoe people” or he of the big canoe. Osage Petroglyphs & Pictographs. In general, petroglyphs are pictogram and logogram images created by removing part of a rock surface by incising, picking, carving, or abrading. Outside North America, scholars often use terms such as “carving”, “engraving”, or other descriptions of the technique to refer to such images. Petroglyphs are found world-wide, and are often associated with prehistoric peoples. What makes this Shaman’s charm Stone incredibly RARE is its large number of an estimate 150+ pictographs. Some graphics are larger, faintly painted characters of mythical creatures-some as large as 57mm long-while the vast majority of characters are much smaller, incised characters that are smaller than 3mm! These petroglyphs can be seen on all sides of the charm stone or amulet. The Osage had no written language that we know of, but they did use both pictographs and petroglyphs that have been found on the walls of the hills caves where their Shaman went to communicate with the Earth Maker and other spirits. Osage shaman are thought to have experienced these visions after prolonged periods of thirsting and fasting, and by sleep deprivation. Reportedly, some shaman also used the regular influence of smoke offerings and even psychotropic drugs to. Influence supernatural beings; bring about successful hunting and fishing; influence forces of nature to benefit the tribes; and to intervene in human affairs to heal and protect. During vison quests, Osage Shaman would use the smoke from their pipes (which they always carried) to make the breath visible. ” and thus enable the person’s ” nagi to travel in visible form to meet their Spirit Animals and be shown some of the secrets of the spirit world. Based upon the large, horned animal petroglyphs, I have identified various animals and the human stick-figures surrounding them and I believe an Osage Shaman may have used this charm-stone as a powerful divining tool to predict or to bless a future hunting parties on multiple occasions. As stated above, I believe a Shaman would have divined the unknown by hanging it from a vine and then accessing its rotation or swing to: answer questions, ask for guidance from the Great Spirit, or predict the future. I assume all responsibility for the information contained in this description and for the English translation and transcription of the ancient Chinese graphic characters. Furthermore, I prohibit the further dissemination of this information in any written, video, or electronic format without my expressed, written approval. Experts believe that Osage pictographs and petroglyphs made by shaman on their personal objects in their Medicine Bundles often represented a complex, supernatural world that are not easily understood by modern man. Therefore, some of the petroglyphs depicted on this charm stone are not easily translated into single nouns, verbs, or modifiers. At first, these marks appear to be just tiny dings or differential weathering. They are slightly darker in color than their surrounding lighter colored stone. But under 10x-20x power magnification, one can clearly see tiny, pictographic, stick figures and characters that are images of people, animals, fish, stars, and unidentified objects or mythical beings. The images range from about 57mm long to. Here are just a few of the petroglyphs one can see under 10x magnification. The largest image was painted in black on this charm stone measures about 57mm long. Although faded with time and natural weathering, I believe it may be the image of the mythical Great Spirit, who is depicted here with outstretched wings. Wah-kon-tah, (also “Wakan Tanka”) the Great Spirit-also the Great Mystery Spirit or Great Power. In the shaman’s language, Wakan Tanka is referred to as Tobtob Kin. ” A direct translation of this is “Four-Times-Four Gods. The Osage held that the magenta blossoms of the Redbud Tree were emblematic of the eternal renewal of all life and contained the life force of the tree. They used ash from Redbud wood as a sacred paint, and it was likely the paint they used on this sacred charm stone. {See photo # 5}. Shaman riding on horned bison, who is shown walking to the right in this photo. To the Osage, the shaman WAS these animals, and not merely a human impersonation of the animals. {See photo # 10}. Shaman in the middle of a ring of Spirit Animals during a Vision Quest. In the same photo, there is a tiny shaman who is less than 2mm tall! He is circled in this photo and is clearly pictured with an elaborate, braded, top-knot style that was unique to each shaman. Hair was considered to be the seat of the “soul” or spirit. He is shown riding on the back of an animal. A depiction of a shaman in elaborate costume, who is holding a rattle in his hand. And there are an estimated 150+ other petroglyphs incised into this fabulous charm stone. You have just read my English translation of the pictographs/symbols on this Native American, Osage People charm stone! Shamanism in North America. Missouri Department of Natural Resources. A History of the Osage People, by Louis F. The Osages: Children of the Middle Waters, by John Joseph Matthews. Osage Life and Legends, by Robert Liebert. 1 and 2, by George Catlin. Tixler’s Travels on the Osage Prairies, by John Francis McDermott. The Imperial Osages, by Gilbert C. Killers of the Flower Moon, by David Grann. Macro Photos taken indoors under magnification to show the detail of these tiny petroglyphs. The stand and ruler are not part of the sale, just there so you can better judge the size and to capture the beauty of this ancient work of art. Each object I sell is professionally researched and compared with similar objects in the collections of the finest museums in the world. When in doubt, I have worked with dozens of subject matter experts to determine the condition and authenticity of numerous antiquities and antiques. All sales are Final, unless I have seriously misrepresented this item! Please look at the 4x and 20x macro photos carefully as they are part of the description. Member of the Authentic Artifact Collectors Association (AACA) & the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA). US Buyers only for this SUPER RARE piece of Native American History.
X-RARE Osage Nation 4.66 Shaman's Charmstone with150+ Petroglyphs! Missouri. COA

Native American NAKAI Pendant Brooch New Mexico Multi Gemstone Rare 23.68 Gr

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Native American NAKAI Pendant Brooch New Mexico Multi Gemstone Rare 23.68 Gr
Native American NAKAI Pendant Brooch New Mexico Multi Gemstone Rare 23.68 Gr
Native American NAKAI Pendant Brooch New Mexico Multi Gemstone Rare 23.68 Gr
Native American NAKAI Pendant Brooch New Mexico Multi Gemstone Rare 23.68 Gr
Native American NAKAI Pendant Brooch New Mexico Multi Gemstone Rare 23.68 Gr
Native American NAKAI Pendant Brooch New Mexico Multi Gemstone Rare 23.68 Gr
Native American NAKAI Pendant Brooch New Mexico Multi Gemstone Rare 23.68 Gr
Native American NAKAI Pendant Brooch New Mexico Multi Gemstone Rare 23.68 Gr
Native American NAKAI Pendant Brooch New Mexico Multi Gemstone Rare 23.68 Gr
Native American NAKAI Pendant Brooch New Mexico Multi Gemstone Rare 23.68 Gr
Native American NAKAI Pendant Brooch New Mexico Multi Gemstone Rare 23.68 Gr

Native American NAKAI Pendant Brooch New Mexico Multi Gemstone Rare 23.68 Gr
This unique Native American pendant brooch, weighing 23.68 grams, was crafted by the talented artisan of Nakai jewelry. This large piece features 18 cut gemstones from topaz to garnet to amethyst with a heart shaped center made from genuine Turquoise. Made in Santa Fe New Mexico. An incredible and unique piece. Condition: the pin arm is missing. A jeweler can replace this. There is a large hook for your beads or chain to be worn as a necklace.
Native American NAKAI Pendant Brooch New Mexico Multi Gemstone Rare 23.68 Gr

Very Rare actual Native American boat stone Artifact

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Very Rare actual Native American boat stone Artifact
Very Rare actual Native American boat stone Artifact
Very Rare actual Native American boat stone Artifact
Very Rare actual Native American boat stone Artifact
Very Rare actual Native American boat stone Artifact
Very Rare actual Native American boat stone Artifact
Very Rare actual Native American boat stone Artifact
Very Rare actual Native American boat stone Artifact

Very Rare actual Native American boat stone Artifact
Very Rare actual Native American boat stone Artifact. Found in Southeastern NC among other artifacts. Boat has a bow and a stern and sails. Brown body with smooth feel. Doesn’t feel like sandstone. But sail has green stone that does feel gritty like. When looking closely at bottom of boat and sail, it seems the entire boat seems to be made from a white stone then this brown and green was applied. Really hard and weighty stone. Could be a ceremonial piece or enjoyment. Measure 3-3/4″ high x 4-3/4″ long x 1-1/2 thick. Heavy and Weight is 1.13 pound.
Very Rare actual Native American boat stone Artifact

Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet

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Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet

Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet
Rare estate foundThis Hopi bracelet is a rare and stunning piece of Native American jewelry. It is made of sterling silver with intricate designs crafted by artisans Beauford Dawahoya and Victor. Coochwytewa from the Kopavi shop. The bracelet is 6 3/4″ with an opening of just shy of 3″ and a wrist from end opening to opening of just shy of 1 3/4 inches long and features a cuff style with tribal affiliation to the Hopi people. It is signed and has a metal purity of 925. The bracelet does not have any stones but the silver itself is a beautiful piece of art. This piece is a must-have for any collector of Native American jewelry. This estate was a famous Native American Silver collector.
Hopi Rare Beauford Dawahoya Victor Coochwytewa Kopavi Sterling Silver Bracelet

Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast

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Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast
Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast
Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast
Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast
Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast
Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast
Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast
Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast
Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast
Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast
Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast

Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast
Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast. This sculpture is in perfect condition. Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 14 1/2″ x Width 7″ Marble Dimensions: 7″ X 7″. Height without base: 13 1/2 Weight : 10 LBS Inventory : 54-580116645. This is an exquisite bronze bust of a Native American warrior chief. He stares at the beholder, wild and bold, with an air of spiritual resilience. His hair is adorned with braids that are wrapped with strips of deer hide coated with a turquoise patina. A long feather lost in the back of his hair stretches towards gravity also finished in a turquoise patina. He wears a bone breastplate which was a popular chest ornament or armor. Since the hair-pipe bones were difficult and expensive to obtain, the number of bones in the plate often indicated the wealth of a warrior. Such breastplates were worn on occasion in battle, but could be penetrated easily by an arrow or a bullet, so they were mainly a decorative or medicine item. The sculpture was molded using the archaic method of lost-wax casting with skin tones finished in a brown patina stain for perpetuation. The chief is mounted upon a black marble and is signed. Virgin Islands, however, an additional charge may be required. New Detailed Hand Crafted Hot Cast Bronze Not Resin Satisfaction Guaranteed. This is Stock Photo, Slight Color Variation! Listing and template services provided by inkFrog.
Rare Indian Native American Art Chief Eagle Bust Marble Base Sculpture hot cast

ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE

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ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE

ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE
Antique c 1910 Pair Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 RARE. This is a very nice antique Native American couple. The heads are a hard composite like a resin. Not plastic or ceramic. The feet are metal with leather attached to the bottom and hand-painted on the top. The woman has a papoose on her back. See pictures for exact representation of condition and size measurements. Please note that the condition is exactly as seen in the pictures. There is some chipping on the paint on their faces. Don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions or for additional pictures.
ATQ c1910 Native American Indian Couple Man Woman Baby Papoose 8 Dolls RARE

Signed Navajo Sterling Silver Rare Bisbee Campbellite Pendant

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Signed Navajo Sterling Silver Rare Bisbee Campbellite Pendant
Signed Navajo Sterling Silver Rare Bisbee Campbellite Pendant
Signed Navajo Sterling Silver Rare Bisbee Campbellite Pendant
Signed Navajo Sterling Silver Rare Bisbee Campbellite Pendant
Signed Navajo Sterling Silver Rare Bisbee Campbellite Pendant
Signed Navajo Sterling Silver Rare Bisbee Campbellite Pendant

Signed Navajo Sterling Silver Rare Bisbee Campbellite Pendant
This is a beautiful signed Navajo sterling silver Bisbee Campbellite pendant. This pendant features a rare bezel-set piece of Arizona Bisbee Campbellite measuring 1 1/8 inches by 3/4 inch surrounded by silver roping and nice saw work and stamping around the outside edge. The back is marked “Sterling” and W. Denetdale, Navajo for the silversmith Will Denetdale. The pendant measures 1 1/2 inches long by 1 1/8 inches wide. The bale measures 3/8 inch in diameter. 61 ounces or 17.4 grams. Add this truly rare Campbellite pendant to your collection.
Signed Navajo Sterling Silver Rare Bisbee Campbellite Pendant