A 19th century horn snuff box or mull, in the form of a fish head. Natural horn, carved into a fish face with an inlaid eye, metal rim and horn cap or lid. Even the mount for the lid has decorative flourishes. In excellent, usable condition, the whole piece measures
This is a stunning pot. Like much of the best Acoma Pueblo artists’ work, this is surprisingly light when you pick it up. Hand coiled, finely shaped and delicately painted with Lucy’s signature “fine line” technique. At just over 4 1/2″ tall x 5″ wide at the shoulder, it’s a
A lovely piece and an unusual memorial as it came with a hand written document listing the family members whose hair is included. The way this piece was made is different than most of the wreathes I’ve seen. Rather than small bunches of hair curled, each form here is made
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
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 vintage (1920s – 1930s) Schuco wind up tumbling, summersaulting toy mouse. So cute and he works! He tumbles a little frenetically, but he works. With his original key, he is in very good antique condition. His fabric body is intact, both ears and his little felt hands are present.