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James Boren (American, 1921-1990), Watercolor and Gouache on Paper
9/26/2014 American Indian: Live Salesroom Auction
Quiet Spring Day
signed and dated lower right and Dodson Gallery label on verso
(sight) 10 x 15 in.
1986
Sold: $1,599.00
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Navajo Silver and Turquoise Concha Belt
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conchas and butterflies with scalloped edges are stamped with various circular and floral marks; Lone Mountain turquoise nuggets are set in shadowbox settings reminiscent of volcanoes; buckle hallmarked with a raised dot surrounded by a triangle; six conchas, seven butterflies, one buckle, concha 4 ... > Item Details
Edward Curtis (American, 1868-1952) Photogravure <i>Qa'hila - Koprino</i>
Lot # 1 - Edward Curtis (American, 1868-1952) Photogravure Qa'hila - Koprino
from The North American Indian; v. 10; plate 331 (image) 15 x 11.25 in.; (framed) 26.5 x 22.25 in. 1914 > Item Details
Navajo Late Classic Woman's Dress, From the Estate of William Haskell Simpson (1858-1933)
Lot # 156 - Navajo Late Classic Woman's Dress, From the Estate of William Haskell Simpson (1858-1933)
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Kenojuak Ashevak (Inuit, 1927-1913) Lithograph
Lot # 2 - Kenojuak Ashevak (Inuit, 1927-1913) Lithograph
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Nez Perce Corn Husk Bags
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Chemehuevi and Pima Figural Baskets
Lot # 64 - Chemehuevi and Pima Figural Baskets
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Mark Ogle (American, b. 1952), Oil on Board
Lot # 340 - Mark Ogle (American, b. 1952), Oil on Board
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Helen Naha, Feather Woman (Hopi, 1922-1993) Bowl Deaccessioned from a Midwestern Museum
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Navajo Pictorial Weaving / Rug
Lot # 184 - Navajo Pictorial Weaving / Rug
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Laguna Jar
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Harold Schmidt (American, 1893-1982), Oil on Board
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western illustration signed and dated lower right (sight) 9 x 25 in. 1982 > Item Details
Jemez Figural Plate
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decorated with central flower, four birds, and four rising suns; illegibly signed on back, diameter 9 in. early 20th century > Item Details
R.C. Gorman (Navajo, 1932-2005) Signed Crayon Drawing and Lithographs
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Bettina Steinke (American, 1913-1999) Pastel on Paper
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Qaqaq Ashoona (Inuit, 1928-1996) Dancing Walrus Stone Sculpture
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Sioux Polychrome Parfleche Envelope
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Ron Sauter (American, 20th Century), Ink and Gouache on Paper
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