Condition: Very good, typical scattered paint loss, missing button reverse side cleat.
We may soon have the original cleat, news to follow.
Additional Information: Ornamented with relief-carved foliate designs issuing from
pots, trailing vines and birds painted in red, brown, green, and black. This style of
carving was influenced by French Canadian folk artists. During the late 17th century, the
French established several Catholic villages around Montreal. French-Canadian folk art influenced the
Native Indian arts.
Condition: Overall very good condition, rods, and stiches intact
Additional Information: According to J.F. Breazeale author of The Pima and His
Basket, (Published by the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society in 1923) this
pattern was sometimes called a swing or ladder design for lack of a better term.
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.
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")
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")
Beaded Velveteen Cap, Native American, Head Gear, Floral Decoration
Iroquois, Niagara Floral Style
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.
(Great color and patina, age unknown; dimensions: height is 10", W: 6")
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