Items We've Recently Added to Our Site
Here are some of the latest additions to our site--this section is updated frequently.
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Hot off the presses is NAVAJO PICTORIAL WEAVING 1860-1950, by Tyrone D. Campbell and Steven Begner. A revised and expanded hardcover edition of the 1989 classic in the field,...
Navajo concho belt with 8 conchos and a winged buckle on original leather, c. 1935-40. Ex-Paul Fickinger collection. Buckle measures 4" x 2 1/8", each concho measures 2 3/4" x 2...
Taliman, David--silver and turquoise pendant on beads (hallmarked) by the well-respected early Cochiti smith (died 1967). Straight length 20", pendant measures 7/8" x 1 1/8",...
Shorty, Perry--silver and turquoise cuff bracelet by Navajo smith Perry Shorty (hallmarked), c. 2010. An interesting and beautiful design. Made from coin silver, and marked...
Navajo silver serving spoon, c. 1930s. Wonderfully formed and stamped. 8 1/2" long.
A wonderful Yavapai positive and negative basketry tray with dogs, c. 1920. 12 3/4" diameter. Ex-Paul Fickinger collection.
Navajo silver cuff bracelet with filed designs, c. 1910-15. A classic design that was used in many later bracelets by artists such as Ambrose Roanhorse. Ex-Paul Fickinger...
Highly unusual Santo Domingo necklace with a double strand of small plastic beads and graduated tabs, c. 1930s. Ex-Paul Fickinger collection. Hanging length 16 1/2".
Wonderful Navajo child's ketoh with repousse and a single turquoise, c. 1915. Retain original leather. A rare form, beautifully executed. Ex-Paul Fickinger collection. 3 1/8" x...
Pima 4-petal basketry bowl, c. 1930s. Ex-Paul Fickinger collection. 15 3/4" diameter.
Monumental Apache basketry tray--at 25 1/2" diameter, the largest one we have ever handled. Woven circa 1910. Ex-Paul Fickinger collection.
An adorable little Apache basketry bowl with a woven flower and stem inside, the only one like it we have ever seen. 4 1/2" diameter.
Beatien Yazz painting on paper "Going to a Squaw Dance", 1982. Framed size 28" x 22". Special shipping necessary--call for a shipping quote.