Native American Collectibles: Identification and Price Guide
Reflecting a fast growing interest in the culture of the first inhabitants of our country, the handcrafted works of Native Americans have become recognized as one of the most beautiful and sought after collectibles of recent times.
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Chapter Two Artifacts
Chapter Three Baskets
Chapter Four Blankets and Rugs
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11 inches 9 inches American Indian Anasazi Andy Abeita Pueblo Apache artist beaded hide beadwork bird Blackfoot blanket Bracelet buckskin buffalo cabochon carved catlinite ceremonial Charlie Pratt Cheyenne cobalt coiled basket coiled basketry Collection colors coral Courtesy Dance decorated diamond dition Doll Donald Vogt eagle excellent condition feathers feet fetish floral design fringe fully beaded Gallery geometric designs gray green Haida hand-spun wool Hopi horsehair inches diameter inches high inches long inches tall inches wide inlay Iroquois jewelry Kachina light blue Makah moccasins motif Museum Native American Navajo Necklace Nez Perce Northwest Coast orange painted Paiute Papago parfleche Photo by Robert pieces Pima pipe Plains Indians polychrome pottery pouch prehistoric quill quillwork rawhide Robert Reno San Ildefonso sandpainting Seminole shell signed sinew-sewn Sioux stone sugilite tin cones tion Tlingit trade beads trade cloth tray tribes turquoise twined weaving wooden woven yellow Zuni