BEAUTIFUL NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO COCHITI PAINTED DRUM 1950s HTF RARE

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BEAUTIFUL NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO COCHITI PAINTED DRUM 1950s HTF RARE
BEAUTIFUL NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO COCHITI PAINTED DRUM 1950s HTF RARE
BEAUTIFUL NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO COCHITI PAINTED DRUM 1950s HTF RARE
BEAUTIFUL NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO COCHITI PAINTED DRUM 1950s HTF RARE
BEAUTIFUL NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO COCHITI PAINTED DRUM 1950s HTF RARE
BEAUTIFUL NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO COCHITI PAINTED DRUM 1950s HTF RARE
BEAUTIFUL NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO COCHITI PAINTED DRUM 1950s HTF RARE
BEAUTIFUL NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO COCHITI PAINTED DRUM 1950s HTF RARE
BEAUTIFUL NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO COCHITI PAINTED DRUM 1950s HTF RARE

BEAUTIFUL NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO COCHITI PAINTED DRUM 1950s HTF RARE
AWESOME VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO COCHITI PAINTED RAWHIDE DRUM SHAMAN SUPER!! . LOG DRUM 1950s DOES HAVE MINOR EXPECTED AGE AND USAGE ISSUES.. PLEASE SEE PHOTOS FOR BETTER DETAILS AND DESCRIPTIONS… Your business is very much appreciated! Please note that If you’re looking for quality you’re at the right place… You will get the item photoed.. I do guarantee this.. Thanks for your business it is very much appreciated! I have excellent customer service I want your repeat business! I will consider all reasonable offers, some of my items are one of a kind, and extremely hard to find these days. You may contact me if you need more time.. Just to make sure you want this item…
BEAUTIFUL NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO COCHITI PAINTED DRUM 1950s HTF RARE

Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum

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Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum

Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum
Antique Native American Southwest drum made out of a log and rawhide leather. Perfect size for a rustic style coffee table with or without glass. Signs of wear to leather and wood. Please refer to photos for condition. Approximately 6.5″ tall and 6″ wide. Please feel free to ask any questions!
Rare Vintage Native American Southwest Double Sided Rawhide Leather Log Drum

OLD/ VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN RAWHIDE POW WOW DRUM, steel body! RARE

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OLD/ VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN RAWHIDE POW WOW DRUM, steel body! RARE
OLD/ VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN RAWHIDE POW WOW DRUM, steel body! RARE
OLD/ VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN RAWHIDE POW WOW DRUM, steel body! RARE
OLD/ VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN RAWHIDE POW WOW DRUM, steel body! RARE
OLD/ VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN RAWHIDE POW WOW DRUM, steel body! RARE
OLD/ VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN RAWHIDE POW WOW DRUM, steel body! RARE

OLD/ VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN RAWHIDE POW WOW DRUM, steel body! RARE
Here is another interesting find: a drum, but body of which made of some sort of steel or metal magnet sticks to it! There is a good amount of crudeness and character in the way it was made. Top and bottom is hide deer/elk/cow? Have no idea, there is a rough edged hole in the drum body. Top and bottom tide. Size 10 1/4″ x 7 1/4″. I spent couple of hours searching and learning about drums and could not find any info on what i have. That said, i do not know if it is rare or fake, or both, it’s age or whom it was made by… If you know anything about this item, please share so i can adjust my asking price accordingly for people to be interested to give this instrument a new loving home.
OLD/ VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN RAWHIDE POW WOW DRUM, steel body! RARE

RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998

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RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998
RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998
RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998
RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998
RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998
RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998
RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998
RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998
RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998
RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998
RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998
RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998
RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998

RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998
RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998. Rare Painted Rawhide Drum signed by Famous Zuni Pueblo Artist Duane Dishta. Zuni Pueblo artist Duane Dishta came into the world with design and creativity in his blood. His father Frank Dishta was already a famous silversmith, the creator of a new type of cluster jewelry. Frank combined cluster and channel designs, both staples of the distinctive Zuni silverwork, into a new form that is still known as the Dishta style, immediately recognizable to dealers and collectors alike. Instead of domed stones in thin bezel, his style used heavier settings with the turquoise or other stone ground off flat and then polished. Frank’s son Virgil, Duane’s older half-brother, son of Pauline Tsethlakai, carried on the tradition which passed to his sons Vincent and Virgil Jr. And Virgil’s niece Pauline Dishta. The style spread to other family members because of its demand. These days other Zunis have copied the style, a testament to its continuing popularity. Work from his teenage years still surviving in the village shows the influence of the so-called “Indian” style of the Dorothy Dunn studio; flat, two- dimensional figures in tempera, usually featuring katsina figures. One family still has a fabric collage of a Shalako figure that Duane created in his early teens. He recalls he got the idea from another famous jeweler, Andrew Dewa, known for his carved bas-relief mosaic Katsina figures in silver and stone. Duane’s mother was Elizabeth Malani, who was half. His first wife was Evngelita Edaaki, with whom he had two daughters. His early marriage kept him out of Vietnam. When he was drafted the Kennedy law protected him. For many years he has been married to Margie Sheeka. Duane dropped out of school in the ninth grade and never went back. He learned his art technique on his own. A history teacher at the Zuni high school contacted Duane about doing small watercolors of all the katsinas. Apparently Don Moore intended to update the book on Zuni Katsinas done by Ruth Bunzel in 1929 in what would be the forty-seventh-and last-volume of the annual Bureau of Ethnology reports. The katsina paintings in that book were only reproduced in black and white until Rio Grande Press reprinted it in 1984. Duane remembers that Moore was talking to various religious leaders about the changes in the pantheon of Katsinas over the years and apparently they were cooperating with him. Before the book was finished Mr. Moore passed away and his widow moved to Las Cruces. At a later date she approached various institutions to sell the drawings. At some point a new, larger sized set of drawings were commissioned, but Dishta can’t remember who they were done for. Both sets of drawings eventually ended up in the Southwest Museum in Los Angeles and became the basis for Barton Wright’s book Kachinas of the Zuni, published by Northland Press in 1985, twenty years after the teenaged Zuni had done the original images. Though he was paid for the original drawings, Duane maintains he didn’t know anything about the book and was given ten copies as compensation for his contribution. At the same time Duane Dishta began to paint, he was also carving his first Katsina dolls-weehewe in Zuni-and three very large dolls Duane carved for Don Moore recently surfaced in Virginia. Dishta says he created the unusually large figures “just because I wanted to”. There is a widely circulated story that he was banished from the village of Zuni because of his carving of sacred Kokko-the Zuni word for Katsina. Both he and his family maintain that the story is ridiculous and untrue. Though many Zunis still disapprove of the sale of the dolls, nobody seems to have been punished or unduly criticized for their carvings-or paintings. Aside from some firefighting in the late Sixties, Dishta has always made his living as an artist. Though the Wright book carried his work to a larger audience, Duane had been winning awards for many years. He says most of the prize winners were entered into competition by traders or the eventual buyers. He has won ribbons at Gallup Ceremonial, the Heard Museum show, Scottsdale, Sedona and elsewhere. These days his wife Margie is his agent and she takes care of the business end of things. A number of prints have been published from his paintings and they are proudly displayed in homes all over the extended village of Zuni. Many houses have several on the walls. Though his original works were in tempera, he moved on to acrylic paints. Probably remembering some early creations, he started experimenting with raised surfaces, a distinctive element in his work. Using wood for vigas and modeling paste applied with a palette knife for texture, Duane builds up background buildings as a setting for his Katsinas. Over the years his draftsmanship has become highly refined and his figures very realistic. A few years ago Dishta told me that he hadn’t carved dolls since his late teens or early twenties. That isn’t technically true, as it turns out. He no longer carved dolls for sale, certainly not to non-Zunis, but he has created a number of complex, multi-figure alters (called teshkwina after the sacred feathers) for Shalako houses in recent years. The creator cannot be paid in cash for this duty, but received gifts and special blessings. Most of his early dolls are recognizable by their gangly limbs, long and skinny. Those first dolls he did for Don Moore are in the style of the time and look like dolls by carvers like the famous Ben Seciwa, who influence many artists. Weehewe of that period are dressed in felt, with colored felt appliqués for the decoration. Zuni dolls have always been known for their dressing and embellishment, much like the dancers they represent. Tiny necklaces, beads, rattles, and jewelry give Zuni dolls a distinctive look. Duane may be best remembered for his paintings, but he remains one of the most distinctive and talented doll carvers to come out of Zuni. Please refer condition listed above. See pictures for any details regarding the item. CleocCasey Designs is a family run business that began when corporate America fired me the day after my maternity leave was done. I was suddenly unemployed and down a large income with a newborn. Thank you for helping me on this journey! Support local small business through eBays global platform. 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RARE Native American Rawhide Handmade Drum Zuni Signed Duane Dishta 1998

RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum withStand 2 sided

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RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum withStand 2 sided
RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum withStand 2 sided
RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum withStand 2 sided
RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum withStand 2 sided
RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum withStand 2 sided
RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum withStand 2 sided
RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum withStand 2 sided
RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum withStand 2 sided
RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum withStand 2 sided
RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum withStand 2 sided
RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum withStand 2 sided

RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum withStand 2 sided
RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum w/Stand ¤ 2 sided. The only exception is when Priority Boxes are needed. Reduce, Reuse & Recycle?? It’s the best way for us all! This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Percussion\Folk & World Drums\Other Folk & World Drums”. The seller is “purveyorofinsp83″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: Antique
  • Type: Frame Drum
  • Number of Pieces: 3
  • Item Diameter: 12 in
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Items Included: Drum, Stand, Mallet
  • Features: Lightweight
  • Material: Wood
  • Number of Pads: 2
  • Item Depth: 4.5 in

RARE Traditional Native American Rawhide Ceremonial Drum withStand 2 sided

Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum

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Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum
Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum
Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum
Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum
Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum
Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum
Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum
Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum
Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum
Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum
Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum

Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum
Huge Pre 1900’s Native American Indian Medicine Man Ceremonial Drum. Measures 19.5inches across and 2inches thick. Made with large wooden hoop covered in rawhide and secured with hide lace. Has a large buffalo effigy painted on the front and has deep sound. Very strong and tight. Fantastic display item for the early Indian collector. The item “Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum” is in sale since Thursday, May 13, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Musical Instruments”. The seller is “rustygoldrush” and is located in United States. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Rare 19th C Native American Plains Indian Buffalo Effigy Ceremonial Drum

Vintage Navajo Stamped Drum Barrel Sterling Silver & Turquoise Necklace RARE

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Vintage Navajo Stamped Drum Barrel Sterling Silver & Turquoise Necklace RARE
Vintage Navajo Stamped Drum Barrel Sterling Silver & Turquoise Necklace RARE
Vintage Navajo Stamped Drum Barrel Sterling Silver & Turquoise Necklace RARE
Vintage Navajo Stamped Drum Barrel Sterling Silver & Turquoise Necklace RARE

Vintage Navajo Stamped Drum Barrel Sterling Silver & Turquoise Necklace RARE
Vintage Navajo Stamped Drum Barrel Sterling Silver & Turquoise Necklace – RARE! Beautiful rare vintage Navajo turquoise drum beaded necklace. The silversmith has created one (1) large silver drum decorated with three (3) blue turquoise nuggets set into smooth bezels. The artist also creates eight (8) small silver drums to start with for the necklace. He has continued to hand make twenty eight (28) round seamed silver beads and eighteen (8) seamed silver melon beads applying the silver beads in an equal and balance layout to space out the drums. The artist has attached a twisted wire top of the hand stamped and decorated focal piece drum beads. All strung on metal wire. This necklace is a rare find. Pristine condition for a vintage piece and impeccable design. Designer: Wilbur Musquet Country Of Origin: USA Circa: 1960’s Metal: Sterling Silver Metal Purity: 925 Weight: 93.3 grams Length: 29 Hallmarks: WM Condition: This necklace is in very good pre-owned condition from being vintage and its age. It was not professionally cleaned as to not compromise the natural patina. &#######xA0; &#######xA0; &#######xA0; &#######xA0; &#######xA0; &#######xA0;&#######xA0. Please pay as soon as possible upon our acceptance of your offer, as that will allow us to post your item to you sooner! We strive to describe and photograph all of our items accurately. The Relux&#######xA0;has over 30 years of knowledge and expertise in Jewelry/Antiques/Fashion and luxury goods. We offer beautiful name brand crystal, turquoise jewelry, watches, handbags, sculptures, and paintings. Please view all of our listings to see what is new this week. Designer: Wilbur Musquet Country Of Origin: USA Circa:1960’s Metal: Sterling Silver Metal Purity: 925 Weight: 93.3 grams Length: 29 Hallmarks: WM Condition: This necklace is in very good pre-owned condition from being vintage and its age. The item “Vintage Navajo Stamped Drum Barrel Sterling Silver & Turquoise Necklace RARE” is in sale since Tuesday, November 5, 2019. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Necklaces & Pendants”. The seller is “therelux” and is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. 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, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay, Philippines.
  • Jewelry Type: Necklace
  • Metal: Sterling Silver
  • Metal Purity: 925
  • Main Stone: Turquoise
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Tribal Affiliation: NAVAJO
  • MPN: NA
  • Brand: NA

Vintage Navajo Stamped Drum Barrel Sterling Silver & Turquoise Necklace RARE