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ITEMS IN STOCK

 

Plains Indian Hair Ornaments
Plains Indian Bows

ONE BOW IN STOCK - HUNTING BOW Bow is around 45 -50 lbs at around 28 inches. You will need to be real strong to pull this back. At the moment it is strung with a sinew string. It is made of osage orange and has been painted with red ochre clay paints and sealed with hide glue. The grip is wrapped with deer skin and rabbit fur. It measures approx 50 - 51 inches long.$445 SOLD

Coup Stick (Plains Indian)

Hair ornaments based on museum examples

$98

Plains Indian hair ornament

COUP STICK

This coup stick is based on a museum example that was formerly owned by White Swan (Northern Piegan). Coup stick shows horses he rode on war parties and scalps taken on raids. ca. 1870

Measures approx. 50 inches long, human scalp locks, made from an MGM bow used in movies (50's -60'), raw hide, cotton calico, hide glue, clay paints, etc. $325

Hair Ornament

Quilled medicine wheel, various feathers, beads, fluffs, hackles, wool cloth, bells, shell, fur, etc. $125

Tomahawk with Crow Beaded Pendant
Plains Indian Tomahawk
Sioux "Horse Spirit" Drum
Lakota Sioux Drum
BONE HAIR PIPE CHOKER
bone hair pipe choker
Old Tomahawk with replica Crow beaded pendant made of brain tan deer skin. The head looks to be real old, the haft seems to be newer but also quite oldBeadwork panel is approx. 7 - 1/2 inches (also edge beaded) Drop is 20 plus inches (including fringe), Tomahawk measure approx 20 inches long. $645
Hair pipe Choker with abalone, antler, some trade beads, etc. $145
Lakota Sioux "Spirit Horse" Drum- based on museum example (16 inch head) with hand made pegs, psinted with clay paints (with beater) SOLD
Plains Indian Nekclace
Plains Indian Child's Necklace
Debbie Brown Acoma Pot
Beautiful Acoma Pot by Debbie Brown (Acoma). It is slip cast. $125 The item is 12 plus years old and in great condition. It is signed at the base. Measurements are approximately 3 inches tall x 3 wide. Due to the nature of our business, we are now specializing in Native American clothing, regalia and artifacts and therefore Native Arts Trading is selling the remainder of its Native American pottery, Kachinas, Navajo Rugs and other stock at way below retail. Starting bid is way below wholesale! Most of these items also have some age to them.

Gros Ventre - Child's Necklace

bone, clay paint, deer skin, brain tanned Bison

based on a museum example

$45

LAKOTA Sioux Dance Stick (Chippewa Made)
HORSE DANCE STICK (approx. 30 inches long) $225
To the Sioux, a horse was a trusted friend - one he relied on in battle, during hunts and for transportation. Each horse was given his own specific markings, medicine bundles, feathers and special markings for counting coup on an enemy . When a horse died an honoring stick was made and carried in ceremony to honor him. The Horse Society Dance is still performed today
hopi pot

Stunning POT BY KATHLEEN DEWAKUKU (HOPI)

SOLD

This graceful, well executed pot is nicely polished and has several smoke clouds only obtainable from traditional sheep dung firing. Kathleen born ca. 1945 has been potting since 1960. She is the mother of Lorraine Choyou.

3" X 3-1/2"approx.

Due to the nature of our business, we are now specializing in Native American clothing, regalia and artifacts and therefore Native Arts Trading is selling the remainder of its Native American pottery, Kachinas, Navajo Rugs and other stock at way below retail. Most of these items also have some age to them.

PIPE

ONE LEFT

SOLD

CARVED ANTLER WITH WOODEN STM AND WRAPPED BEADS, LEATHER, FEATHERS, BEADS, CONES, FUR - $95.00

american indian pipe

Beautiful Navajo weaving by Vern Balelam. It was purchased by our buyer over 12 plus years ago directly from the Navajo Reservation.

$350

Size: 19-1/4 x 25-3/4" approx.

Colors: Brown/Gray, Black, White, Light Gray

Due to the nature of our business, we are now specializing in Native American clothing, regalia and artifacts and therefore Native Arts Trading is selling the remainder of its Native American pottery, Kachinas, Navajo Rugs and other stock at way below retail. Starting bid is way below wholesale! Most of these items also have some age to them.

Diamond Dazzler Navjao Rug

FROM OUR PERSONAL COLLECTION

Beautiful Raised Outline Navajo Rug

There is some age to this weaving

3'- 2-2/4"" x 4 ' - 91/2"

$1995

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FROM OUR PERSONAL COLLECTION

 

This rug as some age to it but not sure how old, could be 1959 to
1970, but not 100% sure.

$799

Size approx. 5' - 11"x 3' =4"

ANOTHER WEAVING FROM OUR PERSONAL COLLECTION

Red Lake.

Here is a lovely old rug from 1940. It does have a little bit of staining, but does not show that much. It is worth more than I am selling it for, but we no longer work with Navajo rugs, so we are clearing them at a good price.

This one is approx. 3' 6" x 4' -9"

$775

1970's Navajo Saddle Blanket

Weaver: Unknown
Size approx: 31" x 32-1/2" Coarser Weave

 

$399

Storm Pattern

Size: 24-1/2" X 30" This one is a little larger than the one we just sent to you.

$675

Colors: Medium Light Brown, Red/Maroon, Black, Dark Gray, Dark Teal Blue, Medium Dark Tan. It is hard to describe the colors. New type of wool that the weavers are using. Has some variation of colors in the browns that almost looks like it is vegetable dyed, but it is not.

Beautiful Turquoise / Heishi Necklace

we think it is from 1920 's / 30's

in beautiful condition

This pot is slip cast. 6 inches high x 7 inches at its widest point approx. $175

K. CHINO, ACOMA N.M. (KAREN CHINO, ACOMA PUEBLO)

Karen is the daughter of Emmalita Chino. She is a potter who followed in her mother's footsteps. Traditional Acoma pieces are her favorite.

This attractive polychrome pot is decorated in a classic Acoma design. The pot itself has nice solid walls and is nicely shaped, and would look just fine placed next to traditional pottery of past generations. The painted colors are very solid, with a strong sienna brown color predominating, and black solids and lines on white background all around

The item is 12 plus years old and in great condition. It is signed at the base.

Acoma Pot by K. Chino
Acoma Pot (pueblo pottery)

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