Collecting Authentic Indian Arts and Crafts: Traditional Work of the Southwest
Book Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1999 - Antiques & Collectibles - 128 pages
Become an informed collector of southwest Indian arts and crafts. A unique team of American Indian artists and experts explain techniques used to identify authentic Native American silver jewelry, beadwork, quillwork, pottery, rugs, baskets, fetishes, and katsina dolls. In the interest of preserving native American art, the authors have donated their time to create a comprehensive resource and present personal views into their creative worlds.
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