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Northern Cheyenne Beaded Hide Cradle -- Circa 1880 -- Via Heritage Auctions. Native American Baby, Native American Design, Native American Photos, Native American Artifacts, Native American History, Native American Indians, Cheyenne Indians, Native Beadwork, Native American Beadwork

A NORTHERN CHEYENNE BEADED HIDE BABY CARRIER. c. 1880. ... Textiles | Lot #77089 | Heritage Auctions

A NORTHERN CHEYENNE BEADED HIDE BABY CARRIER c. 1880 sinew sewn and lane-stitched in numerous shades of opaque - Available at 2007 Dallas, TX - American...

View our museum quality, antique American Indian art, from distinct regions of North America. Native Beadwork, Native American Beadwork, Native American Artists, Native American Indians, Native Indian, Native Art, Loom Beading, Beading Patterns, Nativity Crafts

Museum Quality Antique American Indian Art

View our museum quality, antique American Indian art, from distinct regions of North America. All antiquities are available for sale in Santa Fe, New Mexico, at the H. Malcolm Grimmer Gallery.

Navajo Pin for auction. Outstanding vintage blouse/sash pin with matching hand cut green turquoise stones. Vintage Turquoise, Coral Turquoise, Turquoise Jewelry, Silver Jewelry, Big Jewelry, Navajo Jewelry, Ethnic Jewelry, Jewlery, Antique Jewelry

Navajo Pin | Allard Auctions

Navajo Pin for auction. Outstanding vintage blouse/sash pin with matching hand cut green turquoise stones. A beautiful old piece! Very good condition, with a crack in one stone. Circa: Ca. 1940s Size: 2-1/4" x 4-1/2"

A PAIUTE WILLOW BABY CARRIER. c. 1900... American Indian ArtBaskets | Lot #50149 | Heritage Auctions Native American Regalia, Native American Artifacts, Historical Artifacts, American Indians, Indian Crafts, American Indian Art, Native Art, Tribal Art, Art Auction

A PAIUTE WILLOW BABY CARRIER. c. 1900... American Indian Art | Lot #50149 | Heritage Auctions

A PAIUTE WILLOW BABY CARRIER c. 1900 Height: 28 inches - Available at 2010 December New York...

Cunnewabum - Cree-Métis girl painted by Paul Kane. He asked if he could have her dress and it is now in the Royal Ontario Museum's collection. Native American Clothing, Native American Regalia, Native American Artifacts, Native American Women, Native American Beading, American Symbols, American History, Native Indian, Native Art

Origins of the Metis Nation

Cunnewabum - Métis girl painted by Paul Kane. He asked if he could have her dress and it is now in the Royal Ontario Museum's collection.

Zuni Inlay Pin with Two Birds, Native American Jewellery, American Indian Jewelry, Native American Fashion, Native American Art, Native Fashion, Zuni Jewelry, Feather Jewelry, Bird Jewelry, Ethnic Jewelry

Zuni Inlay Pin with Two Birds, c.1950's

Shiprock Santa Fe gallery, located on the historic Santa Fe Plaza, is rooted in the rich artistry, cultures and traditions of the Navajo and other Native American tribes of the Southwest. Taking inspiration from the Navajo legend of Shiprock, a sacred volcanic rock formation believed to have once been a great-winged bird that carried the Navajo peoples to northwestern New Mexico, the gallery spans place and time—merging historic and contemporary Native American art with modern mid-century…

Lillie Begay sitting on an empty explosive box and working with the new sewing machine, her son and a lamb beside her, USA, May Photo by Loomis Dean. Native American Pictures, Native American Beauty, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Native Americans, American Life, Navajo People, Tribal People, Navajo Culture

Days Gone By

Loomis Dean, Lillie Begay sitting on an empty explosive box and working with the new sewing machine, her son and a lamb beside her, USA, May 1951.

Zuni Inlay Thunderbird Pin, c.1940's Antique Jewellery Designs, Antique Jewelry, Jewelry Design, Vintage Turquoise, Turquoise Jewelry, Zuni Jewelry, Ethnic Jewelry, Silver Jewelry, Southwest Jewelry

Zuni Inlay Thunderbird Pin, c.1940's

Shiprock Santa Fe gallery, located on the historic Santa Fe Plaza, is rooted in the rich artistry, cultures and traditions of the Navajo and other Native American tribes of the Southwest. Taking inspiration from the Navajo legend of Shiprock, a sacred volcanic rock formation believed to have once been a great-winged bird that carried the Navajo peoples to northwestern New Mexico, the gallery spans place and time—merging historic and contemporary Native American art with modern mid-century…

  Santa Fe Plaza, Navajo People, Morrocan Rug, Indian Blankets, Southwestern Art, Navajo Rugs, Native American Tribes, Vintage Wool, Rio Grande

Rio Grande Blanket, c.1890

Shiprock Santa Fe gallery, located on the historic Santa Fe Plaza, is rooted in the rich artistry, cultures and traditions of the Navajo and other Native American tribes of the Southwest. Taking inspiration from the Navajo legend of Shiprock, a sacred volcanic rock formation believed to have once been a great-winged bird that carried the Navajo peoples to northwestern New Mexico, the gallery spans place and time—merging historic and contemporary Native American art with modern mid-century…

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