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Vintage Paper Mache Decorative Native American Plaques
Anonymous, Probably Unique, Perhaps Carnival


Vintage Paper Mache Decorative Native American Plaques
Anonymous, Probably Unique, pair view

These powerful three-dimensional sculptures are fabricated on wooden armatures and
retain original paint and fabric. It appears that the straw/grass headdress was taller; the
other figures hair is adorned with beads and feathers. Very good condition considering
medium; minor imperfections consistent with age and use.
Each mask is approximately 29.5" high by 25" wide by 9.5" deep.


Vintage Paper Mache Decorative Native American Plaques
Anonymous, Probably Unique, head 1 view

Vintage Paper Mache Decorative Native American Plaques
Anonymous, Probably Unique, head 2 view

$850.00 the pair

1283-30




Prehistoric Anasazi Pottery Bowl, Black on White, Light Gray Pottery
Native American, Southwestern United States, Ancestral Puebloan
Purportedly found in Canyon de Chelly near Four Corners Area


Prehistoric Anasazi Pottery Bowl, Black on White, Light Gray Pottery
Native American, Southwestern United States, Ancestral Puebloan
Purportedly found in Canyon de Chelly near Four Corners Area, entire view 1

Pottery bowl with rounded but stable base, tall thin walls and rim; nine panes of
pigmented geometric decoration in repeating design
(Chip to rim, else fine and original; height: 4.5"; width: 8.5"; depth: 8.25")


Prehistoric Anasazi Pottery Bowl, Black on White, Light Gray Pottery
Native American, Southwestern United States, Ancestral Puebloan
Purportedly found in Canyon de Chelly near Four Corners Area, entire view 2

Prehistoric Anasazi Pottery Bowl, Black on White, Light Gray Pottery
Native American, Southwestern United States, Ancestral Puebloan
Purportedly found in Canyon de Chelly near Four Corners Area, entire view 3

$745.00

110-861




Fish Club, Bonker, Burl Cudgel, One Piece Club, Original Paint History
Anonymous, Probably Nineteenth Century


Fish Club, Bonker, Burl Cudgel, One Piece Club, Original Paint History Anonymous, Probably Nineteenth Century

The stick-handle continuing to the nearly round burl head…very old black paint in dry patina over oyster white over red; triple layer appears to only be in the grip area.
(Excellent condition; length: 14")

$295.00

110-860




Long Bow, Native American,
Incised, Original Surface, Anonymous,
Possibly Northeast Woodlands, Circa 1830-1840
Ash, fantastic surface and patina, nicely shaped nocks


Long Bow, Native American, Incised, Original Surface, Anonymous, Possibly Northeast Woodlands, Circa 1830-1840

The entire length with incised border centering chevron-like scratch carving, fletched arrows and a turtle symbol signifying good life and long life. (Fine condition; 53.25”)


Long Bow, Native American, Incised, Original Surface, Anonymous, Possibly Northeast Woodlands, Circa 1830-1840

Long Bow, Native American, Incised, Original Surface, Anonymous, Possibly Northeast Woodlands, Circa 1830-1840

Long Bow, Native American, Incised, Original Surface, Anonymous, Possibly Northeast Woodlands, Circa 1830-1840

$4,200.00

281-86




Bookends, Carved and Painted, Ravens, British Columbia, 1930s or 1940s


Bookends, Carved and Painted, Ravens, British Columbia, 1930s or 1940s

Possibly Kwakiutl...from Northern Vancouver Island and the West Georgia Islands (6.5 x 6.25 x 7")


Bookends, Carved and Painted, Ravens, British Columbia, 1930s or 1940s

$465.00

1196-6




Effigy Stone Pipe, Possible Mound Builder, Prehistoric Southeast
Please call for more information…


Effigy Stone Pipe, Possible Mound Builder, Prehistoric Southeast

(Length: 4”)


Effigy Stone Pipe, Possible Mound Builder, Prehistoric Southeast

Effigy Stone Pipe, Possible Mound Builder, Prehistoric Southeast

$965.00

172-4




Northern Plains Beaded Leather Bag, Strike-a-Lite
Bit of a hybrid, several different tribal characteristics present.


Antique Northern Plains Beaded Leather Bag, Strike a Lite, entire view

(Bag: 4.25 by 7"; Total L: 11")

$1,735

424-316


Antique Northern Plains Beaded Leather Bag, Strike a Lite, back view



Beaded Velveteen Cap, Native American, Head Gear, Floral Decoration
Iroquois, Niagara Floral Style
Circa 1860



Four panel thread sewn on velvet, lined with polished cotton, decorated with multiple seed bead colors creating a full floral pattern centered by rows of white beads and dotted with sequence. Insignificant bead loss.

281-46

$1,455








Mask, Native American Type, Iroquois False Face Society, Dramatic Wood Mask
Horse Teeth and Hair, Pine (Flat back with hanging device)
Anonymous


Antique Mask, Native American, Horse Teeth and Hair, entire view

(Great color and patina, age unknown; dimensions: height is 10", W: 6")

$950

290-13


Antique Mask, Native American, Horse Teeth and Hair, left angle view
Antique Mask, Native American, Horse Teeth and Hair, right angle view


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Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes




Antique Wax Seal Stamp, Full Length Indian
Brass and Butternut - SOLD


Antique Wax Seal Stamp, Full Length Indian
Brass and Butternut, entire view

Length: 4"

SOLD

1072-50




Cradle Board, Carved Wood, Native American,
Northeast, Late 19th Century Carved White Pine,
Thinning Red, Poss Wampanoag - SOLD


Cradle Board, Carved Wood, Native American Northeast, Late 19th Century

Wood back with protruding footrest (carved), the back is neatly scratch decorated; Woven burden strap (trumpline). Excellent original condition; height: 25”, width at top: 11.25”, tapering to 9.75” at base.

SOLD

110-876




Crooked Knife, Hand, Nova Scotia, Maritime, Inlaid, Folk Art, Bone and Pewter
Lunenburg County
1900 to 1920
Non Native American interpretation, great use of grain, scratch incise-carved - SOLD


Antique Hand Form Crooked Knife, Nova Scotia, Non Native American, angle left view

Ex Chris Huntington Collection
(Dimensions: L: 7.5")

This offering may be currently off-site. Please call David Hillier for more information, or to schedule an in-person viewing.

1029-17 - SOLD




Exceptional Maliseet Beaded Moccasins in Fine Original Condition
Maine, Circa 1840
Straight leather soles, trade cloth, silk ribbon, double-curve motif with coiled terminals - SOLD


Antique Native American Maliseet Beaded Moccasins, Maine, Circa 1840, angle view 1

(L: 9”)

1029-47 - SOLD




Woodlands Indian Canoe Paddle
Probably Maine, Likely Penobscot, Circa 1860
Chip, notch and scratch carved decoration, ridged; birch, thinning red stain - SOLD


Antique Native American Woodlands Indian Canoe Paddle, Probably Maine, Circa 1860, entire view

Literature: Pleasing the Spirits by Douglas Ewing, page 384, plate 473. (L: 74.25”)

1029-33 - SOLD




Snowshoes, Fishing Creels
Sold separately


Antique Snowshoes and Fishing Creels, group view

Bentwood Bear Paw Snowshoes, Sinew Strung, Toe and Heel Bars - SOLD
(L: 41.75", W: 12.5", H: .75")
1062-17

Fishing Creel, Splint on Bentwood Frame Wood Lid, Bulbous - SOLD
(Couple corner imperfections consistent with age; Dimensions: 9.5 by 12 by 6")
1062-10

Fishing Creel, Woven Rush, Leather Mounts
Circa 1900 to 1950's
- SOLD
(Dimensions: 8.75 by 14 by 5")
1062-12




Native American Made Beaded Purse
Northern Plains, Probably Cree
Recycled...perhaps a child's leggings - SOLD


Antique Beaded Purse, Native American Made, Recycled, entire view

Waste-not-want-not...during the period that we suspect this was made, circa 1900, we find many photographs depicting Indian women wearing beaded purses made of recycled materials-and why not! They were inspired by purses worn by tourists visiting the reservations.
Dimensions: 9.75 by 6.5-inches.

832-11 - SOLD




Tape Loom - SOLD


Antique Tape Loom, Native American, angle view

Dimensions: 14.25-inches long, 6.75-inches wide, 9.5-inches high.

348-199 - SOLD




Feast Bowl, Handles with Horses
Anonymous
Early - SOLD


Antique Feast Bowl, Native American, Early, entire view

Dimensions: 6" H, 15" W, 11.25" D.

232-191 - SOLD




Basket, Apache Olla, Coiled Pictorial Storage Jar, 23"
Human and Quadruped (deer) Figures within Geometric Grid - SOLD


Antique Basket, Apache Olla, Coiled Storage Jar, angle view

Very Good Condition, minimal losses
(Dimensions: 23.5" H.)

505-55 - SOLD




Totem Pole, Carved and Polychrome
Anonymous
20th Century - SOLD


Antique Totem Pole, Painted and Carved, entire view with ruler for scale

Made for tourist market
(Height: 47.5 inches; width: 8.75 inches; depth: 6.5 inches.)

570-150 - SOLD




Basket, Native American, Oval Tray
Abstract Eagle Design
Pima
Arizona
Circa 1890 to 1910 - SOLD


Antique Woven Tray, Native American, Eagle Design, entire view

Excellent condition
(16" by 17.5".)

570-97 - SOLD




Native American Open Top Basket, Hand Painted “S” and Berry Decoration
Probably New York State, Likely Mohegan, Circa 1860 - SOLD


Antique Native American Ladle Open Top Basket with Hand Painted Decoration, Likely Mohegan, Circa 1860, angle view 1

(Fine original condition, H: 5.5”, W: 11”, D: 11.25”)

1029-29 - SOLD




Native American Paint Decorated Open Top Basket, Oval Top, Square Base
Likely Mohegan, New York State, Circa 1860
Hand painted and stamped - SOLD


Antique Native American Paint Decorated Open Top Basket, Likely Mohegan, Circa 1860, angle view 1

(Generally excellent with only minor loss and imperfection; H: 7.5”, W: 13.75”, D: 12.25”)

1029-31 - SOLD




Basket Makers Splint Gauge, Micmac or Penobscot, Circa 1890, Utility and Art Combined
Carved dog head terminus, scratch carved stag, heron, foliate & other decorative devices
Ex Wellington Collection - SOLD


Antique Basket Makers Splint Gauge, Micmac or Penobscot, Circa 1890, angle view 1

Dimensions: overall L: 6”

1029-46 - SOLD




Native American Round Fancy Basket with Lid, Porcupine Cones, Original Paint and Bluing
Maine, Penobscot, Circa 1860 to 1880
Outstanding form, brilliant color and fine condition - SOLD


Antique Native American Round Fancy Basket with Lid and Porcupine Cone Decoration, Maine, Circa 1860 to 1880, angle view

(H: 11”, diameter: 13.5”)

1029-27 - SOLD




Native American Painted Berry Basket with Handle, Likely Pequot or Mohegan
Southern Connecticut, Circa 1840 to 1860
Hand painted and inked - SOLD


Antique Native American Painted Berry Basket, Likely Pequot or Mohegan, Circa 1840 to 1860, angle view 1

(Very good condition; H at handle: 6.25”, H: 3.75”, W: 6.25”, D: 5.75”)

1029-32 - SOLD




Native American Rectangular Lidded Basket Painted Red, Hand Painted Black Decoration
Probably Southern Connecticut, Likely Pequot, Circa 1840 to 1850 - SOLD


Antique Native American Rectangular Lidded Basket Painted Red, Likely Pequot, Circa 1840 to 1850, angle view

(Generally excellent, minor damage/loss limited to one corner of base, else fine and original; H: 5.5”, W: 10”, D: 7”)

1029-30 - SOLD




Outstanding Native American Decorated Lidded Basket, Probably Arnold Cisco
Grafton, Massachusetts, Nipmuck, Circa 1840 to 1860
Painted by hand and stamp, vibrant color and fine original condition; rare - SOLD


Antique Native American Native American Decorated Lidded Basket, Nipmuck, Circa 1840 to 1860, angle view

(H: 10”, top diameter: 15”, bottom: 11 by 11”)

1029-28 - SOLD




Model Totem Pole with Six Figures,
Mark Spence (1878-1945)
Haida (Massett, B.C.) Likely Circa 1925-1930 - SOLD


Antique Model Totem Pole with Six Figures, Circa 1925, angle view 1

Scooped back with missing crest. Height: 34.5”

1196-4 - SOLD



If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at drh@aaawt.com

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