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2013 May 10 American Indian, Pre-Columbian & Tribal Art

by Heritage Auctions


744 lots with images

May 10, 2013

Live Auction

Heritage Auctions | Design District Annex | 1518 Slocum Street

Dallas, TX, 75207 USA

Phone: 800.872.6467

Email: Bid@HA.com

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A HOPI COTTONWOOD KACHINA  c. 1930

Lot 54001: A HOPI COTTONWOOD KACHINA c. 1930

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Description: A HOPI COTTONWOOD KACHINA c. 1930 representing a mountain sheep, with straight legs, bent arms and case mask featuring a toothed snout, rectangular eyes, and "blossom" ears, a pair of curved horns at top Height: 10 inches

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A HOPI COTTONWOOD KACHINA  c. 1930

Lot 54002: A HOPI COTTONWOOD KACHINA c. 1930

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Description: A HOPI COTTONWOOD KACHINA c. 1930 representing a deer, with straight legs and bent arms carved away from the body, wearing traditional kilt and sash, the case mask with yarn ears attached Height: 12 ½ inches

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A HOPI COTTONWOOD KACHINA  c. 1940

Lot 54003: A HOPI COTTONWOOD KACHINA c. 1940

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Description: A HOPI COTTONWOOD KACHINA c. 1940 representing a rooster, with straight legs and bent arms, wearing traditional kilt and sash, the case mask with conical beak and rectangular eyes, surmounted by a crest Height: 9 ½ inches

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A HOPI COTTONWOOD KACHINA  c.

Lot 54004: A HOPI COTTONWOOD KACHINA c.

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Description: A HOPI COTTONWOOD KACHINA c. probably representing a morning star kachina, with stout legs and bent arms, the case mask with a toothed snout and stars painted beneath the circular eyes and on the cheeks, tab ears inserted on either side Height: 8 inches

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THREE NAVAJO SILVER AND TURQUOISE BRACELETS c. 1935

Lot 54005: THREE NAVAJO SILVER AND TURQUOISE BRACELETS c. 1935

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Description: THREE NAVAJO SILVER AND TURQUOISE BRACELETS c. 1935 each with large oval stones on the shoulder, decorated with applied silver beading and stamped motifs Widths: ranging from 2 ½ to 3 inches

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THREE NAVAJO SILVER AND TURQUOISE BRACELETS c. 1930

Lot 54006: THREE NAVAJO SILVER AND TURQUOISE BRACELETS c. 1930

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Description: THREE NAVAJO SILVER AND TURQUOISE BRACELETS c. 1930 each with openwork band, two overlaid on the shoulder with a large turquoise stone, and one with three turquoise stones Lengths: ranging from 2 ¼ to 2 ½ inches

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A NAVAJO SILVER CONCHO BELT c. 1960

Lot 54007: A NAVAJO SILVER CONCHO BELT c. 1960

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Description: A NAVAJO SILVER CONCHO BELT c. 1960 composed of seven scalloped oval conchos, each decorated with hand-stamped designs and backed with commercial leather, old-style buckle Length of belt: 52 ½ inches; length of conchos: 4 ½ inches each

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FOUR SOUTHWEST SILVER BRACELETS c. 1940 - 1960

Lot 54008: FOUR SOUTHWEST SILVER BRACELETS c. 1940 - 1960

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Description: FOUR SOUTHWEST SILVER BRACELETS c. 1940 - 1960 including two Navajo cuffs, each with stamped designs; a Zuni cast openwork band, featuring a Knife Wing God, inset with three stones and embellished with stamped motifs; and a Navajo openwork band, with seven stones on the shoulder, finely twisted wire and stamped designs on the arms Widths: ranging from 2 to 2 ½ inches

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A NAVAJO SILVER AND TURQUOISE SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE c

Lot 54009: A NAVAJO SILVER AND TURQUOISE SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE c

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Description: A NAVAJO SILVER AND TURQUOISE SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE c. 1950 composed of small silver beads, interspersed with twelve "blossoms," each featuring a rounded stone, with openwork naja suspended below, with six oval stones, twisted wire and stamped designs Length: 15 ¼ inches

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TWO NAVAJO SILVER NECKLACES c. 1950

Lot 54010: TWO NAVAJO SILVER NECKLACES c. 1950

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Description: TWO NAVAJO SILVER NECKLACES c. 1950 the first, a squash blossom necklace, composed of hand wrought beads, interspersed with fourteen "blossom" pendants, each with four petals, a naja suspended below, featuring three oval turquoise stones and stamped designs; the second, composed of graduated hand wrought beads, strung on cotton thread Provenance: From the William Taylor Johnson Collection Lengths: the first, 11 ½ inches; the second, 6 ½ inches

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A ZUNI SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE AND BRACELET c. 1965

Lot 54011: A ZUNI SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE AND BRACELET c. 1965

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Description: A ZUNI SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE AND BRACELET c. 1965 the necklace, composed of small silver beads, interspersed with 14 blossom pendants, each supporting a Zuni Sun God, inset with turquoise, coral, jet, and mother-of-pearl, with a similarly decorated naja suspended below; the bracelet, composed of an openwork band, overlaid on the shoulder with three Zuni Sun Gods, each inset with turquoise, jet, mother-of-pearl and spiny oyster shell, with twisted wire and applied silver beads Lengths: necklace, 15 inches; bracelet, 2 ½ inches

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FIVE SOUTHWEST SILVER JEWELRY ITEMS c. 1930 - 1950

Lot 54012: FIVE SOUTHWEST SILVER JEWELRY ITEMS c. 1930 - 1950

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Description: FIVE SOUTHWEST SILVER JEWELRY ITEMS c. 1930 - 1950 including a Navajo brooch, inset with a triangular turquoise stone; a Zuni belt buckle, inset with five turquoise stones, stamped ZB; and three Navajo cuff bracelets, one with a large agate stone, another with ten turquoise stones, and the last with a stamped rosette on each arm Lengths: ranging from 2 to 3 ½ inches

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A NAVAJO SILVER AND TURQUOISE CONCHO BELT Fred Guerro c

Lot 54013: A NAVAJO SILVER AND TURQUOISE CONCHO BELT Fred Guerro c

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Description: A NAVAJO SILVER AND TURQUOISE CONCHO BELT Fred Guerro c. 1975 composed of seven rectangular conchos, each set with turquoise stones, decorated with applied silver beading, similar buckle stamped Fred Guerro Length: 52 ¾ inches overall; lengths of conchos, 3 inches

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THREE ZUNI SILVER AND STONE JEWELRY ITEMS c. 1940

Lot 54014: THREE ZUNI SILVER AND STONE JEWELRY ITEMS c. 1940

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Description: THREE ZUNI SILVER AND STONE JEWELRY ITEMS c. 1940 including a brooch and two bolo ties, each in the form of a Knife Wing God, inlaid with turquoise, shell and jet, silver bead and wire details Lengths: brooch, 3 inches; bolo ties, 3 ¼ and 2 ¼ inches

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TWO ZUNI SILVER, STONE, AND SHELL BOLO TIES c.

Lot 54015: TWO ZUNI SILVER, STONE, AND SHELL BOLO TIES c.

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Description: TWO ZUNI SILVER, STONE, AND SHELL BOLO TIES c. one in the form of a pronghorn deer, inlaid with jet, mother-of-pearl, and spiny oyster shell; the other in the form of a spread-winged eagle, inlaid with turquoise, coral, jet, and mother-of-pearl Lengths: 3 ¼ and 3 ¾ inches

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A ZUNI SILVER, STONE, AND SHELL BOLO TIE Eddie Bayuka c

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Description: A ZUNI SILVER, STONE, AND SHELL BOLO TIE Eddie Bayuka c. in the form of a snake dancer, inlaid with turquoise, coral, jet, mother-of-pearl and abalone shell, with applied silver details, stamped EAB Length: 6 inches

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QUINCY TAHOMA (NAVAJO, 1920 - 1956) The Runaway Stallio

Lot 54017: QUINCY TAHOMA (NAVAJO, 1920 - 1956) The Runaway Stallio

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Description: QUINCY TAHOMA (NAVAJO, 1920 - 1956) The Runaway Stallion c. 1953 signed lower right, framed Dimensions: 13 x 21 ½ inches

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QUINCY TAHOMA (NAVAJO, 1920 - 1956) The Last Jump  c. 1

Lot 54018: QUINCY TAHOMA (NAVAJO, 1920 - 1956) The Last Jump c. 1

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Description: QUINCY TAHOMA (NAVAJO, 1920 - 1956) The Last Jump c. 1952 signed lower right, framed Dimensions: 13 ½ x 22 inches

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QUINCY TAHOMA (NAVAJO, 1920 - 1956) The King of the Sta

Lot 54019: QUINCY TAHOMA (NAVAJO, 1920 - 1956) The King of the Sta

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Description: QUINCY TAHOMA (NAVAJO, 1920 - 1956) The King of the Stallions c. 1952 signed lower right, framed Dimensions: 13 x 21 ½ inches

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HARRISON BEGAY (NAVAJO, 1917 - 2012) Untitled c. 1975

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Description: HARRISON BEGAY (NAVAJO, 1917 - 2012) Untitled c. 1975 signed lower right, framed Dimensions: 18 x 30 inches

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ELBRIDGE AYER BURBANK (American, 1858 - 1949) Chief Ger

Lot 54021: ELBRIDGE AYER BURBANK (American, 1858 - 1949) Chief Ger

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Description: ELBRIDGE AYER BURBANK (American, 1858 - 1949) Chief Geronimo, Apache c. 1899 red conte crayon on paper, signed lower right, E.A. Burbank, Fort Sill, Oklahoma Territory, framed E. A. Burbank is believed to be the only person to paint Geronimo from life. Best known for his valiant and prolonged resistance to U.S. Government troops, Geronimo finally surrendered in 1886. Geronimo and his fellow Chiricahua Apache were initially sent to Florida, then Alabama, before being sent to Fort Sill in Oklahoma Territory. Geronimo was held at Fort Sill until his death in 1909. Dimensions: 13 ½ x 10 ½ inches

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15 HAND-COLORED LITHOGRAPHS c. 1844

Lot 54022: 15 HAND-COLORED LITHOGRAPHS c. 1844

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Description: 15 HAND-COLORED LITHOGRAPHS c. 1844 as published in History of The Indian Tribes of North America, volume III, by Thomas McKenny and James Hall, published by Daniel Rice and James G. Clark, Philadelphia, including: Pa-She-Nine, A Chippewa Chief; Oche-Finceco; Po-Ca-Hon-Tas; Ledcagie, A Creek Chief; On-Ge-Wae, A Chippewa Chief; Jtcho-Tustinnuggeee; David Vann, A Cherokee Chief; Jack-O-Pa, A Chippewa Chief; Julcee-Mathla, A Seminole Chief; Kee-She-Waa, A Fox Warrior; Waa-Top-E-Not; Pee-Che-Kir, A Chippewa Chief; O-Hya-Wa-Mince-Kee, A Chippewa Chief; John Ross, A Cherokee Chief; and Apauly-Tustennuggee Dimensions: 19 ¼ x 14 inches each

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A NAVAJO SANDPAINTING WEAVING c. 1940

Lot 54023: A NAVAJO SANDPAINTING WEAVING c. 1940

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Description: A NAVAJO SANDPAINTING WEAVING c. 1940 depicting Mother Earth/Father Sky of the Shootingway Chant, woven in native handspun wool in shades of natural ivory and brown, aniline blue, red, and yellow, against a carded "sand" ground, Mother Earth with tobacco, beans, squash and corn plants, Father Sky with the sun, moon and stars Dimensions: 63 ½ x 50 ½ inches

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A NAVAJO SANDPAINTING WEAVING c. 1960

Lot 54024: A NAVAJO SANDPAINTING WEAVING c. 1960

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Description: A NAVAJO SANDPAINTING WEAVING c. 1960 depicting the Nightway Ceremony, woven in numerous shades of commercial wool yarn, the characters from this chant are arranged around a central whirling log and enclosed by a rainbow guardian Dimensions: 77 x 65 inches

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A NAVAJO YEI RUG c. 1965

Lot 54025: A NAVAJO YEI RUG c. 1965

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Description: A NAVAJO YEI RUG c. 1965 woven of native handspun and commercial wool in numerous bright colors, with ten ceremonial dancers flanked on either side by singers Provenance: From the William Taylor Johnson Collection Dimensions: 55 ½ x 25 inches

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A NAVAJO YEIBEICHAI RUG c. 1960

Lot 54026: A NAVAJO YEIBEICHAI RUG c. 1960

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Description: A NAVAJO YEIBEICHAI RUG c. 1960 woven of natural ivory, brown, and carded gray, and aniline shades of red, orange, blue, and green, depicting nine ceremonial dancers, each wearing traditional dress, enclosed within a border of T-shaped elements Dimensions: 77 ½ x 43 inches

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A NAVAJO YEI RUG c. 1950

Lot 54027: A NAVAJO YEI RUG c. 1950

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Description: A NAVAJO YEI RUG c. 1950 woven of native handspun wool in numerous shades of natural and aniline wool, with three ceremonial dancers, each holding a bow and arrow, and with an eagle feather suspended from their elbows, alternating with corn stalks and enclosed within a guardian rainbow god Dimensions: 68 x 50 ½ inches

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A NAVAJO PICTORIAL RUG c. 1940

Lot 54028: A NAVAJO PICTORIAL RUG c. 1940

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Description: A NAVAJO PICTORIAL RUG c. 1940 softly woven of native handspun wool in natural and aniline shades of ivory, brown, green and red, with a central male figure, flanked on either side by eagle feathers, three female figures above and below Dimensions: 49 ½ x 35 inches

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A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG Two Gray Hills c. 1925

Lot 54029: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG Two Gray Hills c. 1925

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Description: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG Two Gray Hills c. 1925 woven of native handspun wool in natural shades of ivory and brown and aniline tan, with three columns of geometric elements, all enclosed within a border of interlaced meander bands, solid border Dimensions: 77 ½ x 56 ½ inches

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A NAVAJO TRANSITIONAL WEAVING c. 1925

Lot 54030: A NAVAJO TRANSITIONAL WEAVING c. 1925

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Description: A NAVAJO TRANSITIONAL WEAVING c. 1925 woven of native handspun wool in natural and aniline shades of ivory, brown, green, gold, and red, with a broad horizontal panel enclosing serrated elements, flanked top and bottom by serrated diamonds, whirling logs motif in the four corners Dimensions: 52 x 37 inches

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A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG Red Mesa c. 1940

Lot 54031: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG Red Mesa c. 1940

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Description: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG Red Mesa c. 1940 woven of native handspun wool in natural and aniline shades of ivory, brown, orange and red, with a serrated design, solid borders Dimensions: 73 x 41 inches

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A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1950

Lot 54032: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1950

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Description: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1950 woven of native handspun wool in natural ivory and brown and aniline red, with a pattern of serrated diamonds, side borders of interlocking motifs Dimensions: 75 ½ x 53 inches

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A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1950

Lot 54033: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1950

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Description: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1950 woven of native handspun wool in natural and aniline shades of ivory, brown, blue and red, with a pair of serrated diamonds, flanked on either side by serrated bands, solid borders Dimensions: 76 ½ x 45 ¼ inches

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A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1950

Lot 54034: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1950

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Description: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1950 woven of native handspun wool in natural and aniline shades of ivory, brown, black, tan and red, with a banded zigzag pattern Dimensions: 71 x 47 inches

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A NAVAJO PICTORIAL WEAVING Helen M. Johnson c. 1980

Lot 54035: A NAVAJO PICTORIAL WEAVING Helen M. Johnson c. 1980

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Description: A NAVAJO PICTORIAL WEAVING Helen M. Johnson c. 1980 woven of native handspun wool in natural and aniline shades of ivory, brown, gray, black and red, featuring locomotives, some with freight cars, human figures and birds throughout the vignettes, with old Kiva Trading Post tag attached, inscribed, Old Pictorial Train Rug, See Arizona Highways, Helen M. Johnson, 4' 1" x 6' 1" 2400. Dimensions: 62 ½ x 49 inches

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A NAVAJO CHIEF'S STYLE BLANKET c. 1940

Lot 54036: A NAVAJO CHIEF'S STYLE BLANKET c. 1940

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Description: A NAVAJO CHIEF'S STYLE BLANKET c. 1940 woven of native handspun wool in natural ivory and brown and aniline red, with a Third Phase Chief's pattern Provenance: Collected by the current owner's great uncle, Wilmer C. Roberts, who hailed from Easton, MD, but headed west in 1908 at the age of 20, becoming a land surveyor in present day New Mexico and Arizona. He eventually met his wife, Alma Swayne, at a downtown Saturday night dance in Albuquerque, NM. The two settled in Jeddito, AZ and built a trading post which they ran for 45 years. Roberts loved the Navajo people, was fluent in their language and organized a dance band in which he played drums, his wife, the piano, and Navajo friends, the horns. Dimensions: 54 x 55 ½ inches

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A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1980

Lot 54037: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1980

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Description: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1980 woven of commercial wool in ivory, black, gray and tan, with a storm pattern incorporating eagle feather and water beetle motifs, border of chevron elements Dimensions: 84 x 42 inches

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A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG Merle John c. 1980

Lot 54038: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG Merle John c. 1980

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Description: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG Merle John c. 1980 woven of native handspun wool in natural and aniline shades of ivory, brown and red against a carded gray ground, with a central diamond, enclosing and flanked by stepped elements, border of linked linear elements Dimensions: 70 ½ x 40 ½ inches

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A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1980

Lot 54039: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1980

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Description: A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG c. 1980 woven of commercial wool in ivory, black, red and two shades of gray, with a large-scale storm pattern enclosing eagle feather and arrow motifs Dimensions: 99 ½ x 74 inches

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A NAVAJO PICTORIAL GERMANTOWN WEAVING c. 1890

Lot 54040: A NAVAJO PICTORIAL GERMANTOWN WEAVING c. 1890

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Description: A NAVAJO PICTORIAL GERMANTOWN WEAVING c. 1890 tightly woven of commercial wool in shades of ivory, green, blue, purple, black and red, with a concentric serrated diamond enclosing a female figure, similar diamonds enclosing thunderbirds and arrow-like motifs in the four corners, serrated side borders Dimensions: 77 x 48 ½ inches

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A HOPI POLYCHROME JAR c. 1900

Lot 54041: A HOPI POLYCHROME JAR c. 1900

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Description: A HOPI POLYCHROME JAR c. 1900 finely painted in orange and brown over a cream slip, with a broad band of geometric motifs encircling the shoulder Provenance: From the William Taylor Johnson Collection Diameter: 6 ½ inches

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A CASAS GRANDES POLYCHROME JANUS JAR c. 1200 - 1450

Lot 54042: A CASAS GRANDES POLYCHROME JANUS JAR c. 1200 - 1450

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Description: A CASAS GRANDES POLYCHROME JANUS JAR c. 1200 - 1450 painted in deep red and black over a tan slip, with a broad band of geometric designs circumscribing the body, a pair of faces modeled in relief, alternating with panels of geometric motifs, beneath a ticked band at the rim Height: 6 ¾ inches

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A CASAS GRANDES POLYCHROME JAR c. 1200 - 1450

Lot 54043: A CASAS GRANDES POLYCHROME JAR c. 1200 - 1450

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Description: A CASAS GRANDES POLYCHROME JAR c. 1200 - 1450 painted in deep red and black against a tan slip, with snakes painted on the body, a band of ticked rectangles on the neck Illustrated: Secrets of Casas Grandes, Melissa S. Powell, ed., p. 80. Diameter: 9 inches

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A CASAS GRANDES POLYCHROME JAR c. 1200 - 1450

Lot 54044: A CASAS GRANDES POLYCHROME JAR c. 1200 - 1450

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Description: A CASAS GRANDES POLYCHROME JAR c. 1200 - 1450 painted in deep red and black against a tan ground, with bold geometric design of plumed serpent, its angular body arranged around the jar and surmounted by two bird Height: 8 ½ inches

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A CASAS GRANDES POLYCHROME FEMALE EFFIGY JAR c. 1200 -

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Description: A CASAS GRANDES POLYCHROME FEMALE EFFIGY JAR c. 1200 - 1450 with legs extended and arms modeled over the body, painted in deep red and black against a tan slip, decorated with panels of geometric motifs suggesting textiles, including a sash across the mid-section and headband above the brows, typical geometric design around the back Illustrated: Secrets of Casas Grandes, Melissa S. Powell, ed., p. 117. Height: 9 inches

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A CASAS GRANDES POLYCHROME EFFIGY VESSEL c. 1200 - 1450

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Description: A CASAS GRANDES POLYCHROME EFFIGY VESSEL c. 1200 - 1450 in the form of an animal, painted in deep red and black over a tan ground, with geometric patterns incorporating stylized macaws about the body Illustrated: Secrets of Casas Grandes, Melissa S. Powell, ed., p. 108. Diameter: 9 inches

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AN ACOMA BLACK-ON-WHITE CANTEEN c. 1900

Lot 54047: AN ACOMA BLACK-ON-WHITE CANTEEN c. 1900

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Description: AN ACOMA BLACK-ON-WHITE CANTEEN c. 1900 decorated on the front with a pattern of solid and hatched motifs, all enclosed by a band of triangles, the lug handles with dotted designs Provenance: From the William Taylor Johnson Collection Diameter: 8 inches

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A ZUNI POLYCHROME JAR c.

Lot 54048: A ZUNI POLYCHROME JAR c.

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Description: A ZUNI POLYCHROME JAR c. painted in red and black over a creamy white slip, with abstract design, composed of mostly hatched elements, on the body and scrolling motifs about the neck, dotted details and brown underbody Diameter: 13 inches

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A SANTO DOMINGO POLYCHROME JAR c. 1920

Lot 54049: A SANTO DOMINGO POLYCHROME JAR c. 1920

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Description: A SANTO DOMINGO POLYCHROME JAR c. 1920 painted in orange and black over a creamy slip, with a series of four birds, each enclosed by a rainbow element Height: 13 ½ inches

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A COCHITI POLYCHROME DOUGH BOWL c. 1920

Lot 54050: A COCHITI POLYCHROME DOUGH BOWL c. 1920

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Description: A COCHITI POLYCHROME DOUGH BOWL c. 1920 painted in black over a cream slip, the interior with a foliate spray, flanked by a pair of hatched diamonds and small rain clouds, the exterior, with a band of stylized foliate circumscribing the shoulder Diameter: 13 inches

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