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Eskimo Carved Ivory Dog Sleds with Teams of Dogs,
2007, American Indian and Western Art, March 31
lot of 13, includes nine dogs of various sizes, average length 1.25"; AND four sleds, two with chain-link leads, length 2.5", 3.25", 2", and 1".

Provenance:  
Property of Western Reserve Historical Society


Condition:  
All with red inked accession numbers, some parts of chain broken.
Sold: $2,300.00
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Nunivak Island Two-Piece Ivory Cribbage Board,
Lot # 24 - Nunivak Island Two-Piece Ivory Cribbage Board,
with frame for cribbage board comprised of two carved walruses biting the tails of seals that busily chew on the tails of opposing seals. A bear cub, with teeth bared, guards each end of board. The cribbage board is made of two sea mammals that fit within the frame. Fine details executed with red an... > Item Details
Sauk and Fox Pony-Beaded Finger-Woven Woolen Sash,
Lot # 515 - Sauk and Fox Pony-Beaded Finger-Woven Woolen Sash,
with red Saxony yarn, brown with Saxony feel, and yellow that has been hand-spun. A sash of this type was widely referred to as an Assumption Sash, length w/o fringe 52" width 5" (Painter 2003: 94). > Item Details
Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 554 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
hand-spun with colors of red, browns, and cream forming a banded design with serrated diamonds filling negative space, 68.25" x 41". This lot will be sold AS IS. No condition reports are available. > Item Details
Pima Child's Burden Basket or <i>Kiaha</i>
Lot # 567 - Pima Child's Burden Basket or Kiaha
diameter 12". This lot will be sold AS IS. No condition reports are available. > Item Details
Eskimo Carved Ivory Tourist Objects,
Lot # 7 - Eskimo Carved Ivory Tourist Objects,
lot of 10, includes carving of 5 seated figures with blackened eyes and mouths, length 6.5"; PLUS a box with scrimshawed edging, eggs in a nest, and large duck, length 2.75"; PLUS miniature replica telescope with scrimshawed bands, length 3.5"; PLUS a scraper with deer or caribou scrimshawed on fron... > Item Details
Chippewa Beaded Hide Pouch,
Lot # 510 - Chippewa Beaded Hide Pouch,
thread-sewn, with glass seed beads forming an undulating foliate decoration on front in colors of rose, greasy yellow, light, medium, and dark blue, red white-heart, pea green, translucent green, pumpkin, amber, pinks, and white. Inside of pouch lined with patterned cotton and backed with hide, leng... > Item Details
Northern Plains Beaded Hide Knife Sheath and Knife,
Lot # 434 - Northern Plains Beaded Hide Knife Sheath and Knife,
sinew-sewn using translucent blue, white, pea green, and translucent orange glass bead colors. Single row of tin cones decorates midsection; narrow leather strips, with translucent edge-beading, complete the decoration of rawhide lined sheath, length w/o drops 9". Knife with 5.5" blade and antler h... > Item Details
Middle Eastern Wool Textile,
Lot # 587 - Middle Eastern Wool Textile,
with many narrow stripes separated by some wavy stripes, in soft muted colors of rose, sage, brown, cream, old gold, and gray. One end terminates in bundled fringe, length 76.5 x width 65.25". .This lot will be sold AS IS. No condition reports are available. > Item Details
Four Collodion on Glass Negatives of Great Lakes Indians,
Lot # 506 - Four Collodion on Glass Negatives of Great Lakes Indians,
wearing great traditional attire, 3 plates show Indians seated for portraits, one shows Indians gathered for an unknown ceremony or special event. All plates measure length 8.2" x width 6.5". Photographic method suggests these are pre-1900. > Item Details
Sioux Beaded and Quilled Hide Bag,
Lot # 418 - Sioux Beaded and Quilled Hide Bag,
thread- and sinew-sewn with both sides quilled in colors of red, pink, yellow, and white, MSS quilled in purple on verso. Lanes of white and cobalt seed beads edge bag, quilled rawhide slats with tin cones and feathers terminate bag, and quilled hide drops also finished with tin cones and feathers h... > Item Details
Boudoir Photographs of Arizona Territory  Navajo Trading Posts,
Lot # 148 - Boudoir Photographs of Arizona Territory Navajo Trading Posts,
lot of 5, including images of burros laden with firewood on their backs, verso inscribed Santa Fe, NM; PLUS a pueblo mother and her two children, all bundled in banded Navajo blankets; PLUS a Wittick & Son image of three men, two on horseback standing in front of a large log building, cattle can be ... > Item Details
Kiowa Beaded Hide Awl Case,
Lot # 389 - Kiowa Beaded Hide Awl Case,
sinew-sewn on harness leather with rose, dark blue, light, dark, and medium blue, and white glass beads creating designs of stacked, inverted triangles; tin cones hang from edge of lid, length 7". > Item Details
Tlingit Carved Wooden Soapberry Spoons,
Lot # 72 - Tlingit Carved Wooden Soapberry Spoons,
lot of 3, each simply carved in traditional form; including one with an octagonal knob topping handle, length 12.25"; PLUS another smaller spoon with deep reddish-brown patina, length 11.5"; AND the last with an elongated elegant style, length 13.75". Steve Brown (Personal Communication, December 20... > Item Details
Kiowa Beaded Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 398 - Kiowa Beaded Hide Moccasins,
thread- and sinew-sewn and beaded with small (13/0) cut glass beads outlining green-tinted cuffs and yellow-tinted vamps using colors of rose, light blue, red white-heart, white, black, pale green, and pink. Long tongue finishes with a beaded rosette at tip and is emphasized by a row of tin cones al... > Item Details
<i>Mission San Antonio De Padua</i> Landscape by Aaron Kilpatrick,
Lot # 354 - Mission San Antonio De Padua Landscape by Aaron Kilpatrick,
oil on canvas, signed and dated Aaron E. Kilpatrick, 1922 lower left. In a period- carved wood and gilt frame; 24" x 32" (sight), 31" x 39" (w/frame).AARON KILPATRICK (1872-1953) born in St. Thomas, Canada, moved to the U. S. and eventually settling in Southern California in 1907. In 1922, the yea... > Item Details
Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 559 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
hand-spun wool in colors of cream and brown, with a double star pattern, 74.5" x 36". This lot will be sold AS IS. No condition reports are available. > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Hide Cuffs,
Lot # 488 - Sioux Beaded Hide Cuffs,
sinew-sewn in colors of cobalt, red white-heart, greasy yellow, and green in pleasing traditional geometric pattern on a white beaded ground. Entire cuff is outlined with narrow red white-heart zigzag pattern, height 5.25". Cuffs with hide roll to retain their shape, probably original. > Item Details
Siberian Eskimo Pipe and Pick,
Lot # 35 - Siberian Eskimo Pipe and Pick,
with a copper bowl and two pieces of wood lashed together with leather thong, and a separate iron pick, length of pipe 13". HARRY A. PARSHALL (1863-1948) was born in Sandy Lake, Pennsylvania and was a contractor for most of his career – building blast furnaces and shooting oil wells. However, in 18... > Item Details
Navajo Squash Blossom Necklace,
Lot # 319 - Navajo Squash Blossom Necklace,
with beautiful hand-filed beads, heavy tufa cast naja with bold stamping, and 6 elegant blossoms all strung on cord, length 30"; naja height 3.4". > Item Details
Sioux Catlinite Pipe with Wooden Effigy Stem,
Lot # 451 - Sioux Catlinite Pipe with Wooden Effigy Stem,
with "T" shaped bowl with beveled anterior projection and with round posterior, length 9"; height 5" AND stem with four carved-relief and painted animals (turtle, beaver, big horn sheep, bison or mountain goat) moving along its length and with relief parallel bars on reverse, length 20". > Item Details
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