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Pair of northern plains women’s beaded leggings Circa 1910 or so and a fine example of antique Native American beadwork, this is a pair of women’s leggings. Beads stitched on to brain tanned hide. I think these are Cree or another Athabaskan group and I found very similar designs from
A wolf fetish by Zuni artist, Edna Leki. Born in 1924, as Edna grew, she worked with her father, Teddy Weahkee, one of the most famous Zuni fetish carvers. After Teddy passed away, Edna continued working and expanded on what she learned from her father. Edna died in 2003 but
A lovely little basket made by Pima artist Stephanie Hendricks (Hendrix). Stephanie is known for making fine small baskets from the traditional basket materials used by Tohono O’odham and Akimel O’Odham basket makers (Papago and Pima), yucca and devil’s claw. The basket has two butterflies woven in. The basket is
From one of our northern New Mexico pueblos, this is a hide bag, essentially a bandolier bag, fringed and decorated with a large silver concho and a domed silver button. The bag is painted/stained all over with a red mineral pigment. Made to use rather than to sell, this was
A detailed Native American made hatband. The hatband is loom woven beadwork on cotton or something similar, glass beads including tiny whitehearts which were popular trade beads in North America. From the Plains area and features stylized American flags and comes together at the back in four connected fringes. Circa
A nice little group of three fetishes carved by the Zuni artist, Edna Leki. Two possible bears, one in serpentine, the other a light greenish agate. The third with the long tail is a beautiful red and mother of pearl shell. All have the Leki long face. Born in 1924,
By definition, this saddle blanket or rug, is a figural weaving with text, “FULLER” is woven in across the bottom. Many pieces with text, names, businesses, etc., were custom made by Navajo weavers. Handspun and handwoven wools, measures 62″ long x 30″ wide.