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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. Born in 1924, as Edna grew, she worked with
1949 Fred Harvey Hollywood Restaurant menu featuring the painting “Arrival of the Harvey Girls” by Doris Lee. Neat railroad and Fred Harvey history. This original menu has the original prices – “Grilled Filet Mignon, wrapped in bacon – 3.25.” Here’s to 1949 prices! The menu is in excellent, used condition
This is the largest older Acoma vase I’ve had at approximately 15 1/4″ tall by 13″ across the handles. Circa 1940s, (according to illustrations on pages 380 and 381 in The Pottery of Acoma and Laguna by Francis Harlow and Dwight Lanmon. The pot was hand-coiled and fired outside. No
Mexican silver and foiled (created) opals, stones created by Mexican jewelers by layering silver foil over a colored base, topped with a dome of glass or other material. I like this type of jewelry because the variety of colors the Mexican jewelers use for the “opal” match everything. This brooch
A classic bolo tie with excellent spiderweb turquoise. A silversmith friend said this is Crescent Valley but it could also be Number 8. Signed “B M” in separate letters, this could have been made by several different smiths. Circa 1960s, nicely made with a hand cut bezel around the main
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.