The North American Auction Company is offering jewelry, fine art, collectibles, and more in the upcoming American Indian & Western May Sale. Included among the jewelry lots is a new 13.48-carat diamond and 14-karat white gold tennis bracelet that comes complete with paperwork. At a total length of seven inches, this bracelet features 40 brilliant-cut natural diamonds.
In the couture and textile lots, an Indian Wars split buffalo horn war bonnet can be found. This piece dates back to the 1880s and includes an American bison hide cape. The headdress is beaded in a geometric pattern common in the 19th century. It is attributed to the Blackfoot Tribe in the Waterton Lakes region of Northern Montana. Other items highlighted in the auction include a purple-pink sapphire and diamond ring, a framed Buffalo Bill Lewis and Clark ten-dollar bill, and a 1788 hand-hewn and carved wood spinning wheel. For the complete catalog and to register to bid, visit Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (102), Decorative Arts (79), Furniture (28), Jewelry (147), American Indian & Ethnographic (67), Couture & Textiles (71)
# of Lots:742
Price Range:$300 - $22,500.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Excellent 13.48 Cts. Diamond 14k Gold Bracelet|| Estimate: |
|Rare Purplish Pink Sapphire & Vs1 Diamond Ring|| Estimate: |
|Blackfoot Split Buffalo Horn War Bonnet c. 1880s|| Estimate: |
|Buffalo Bill Lewis & Clark $10 Dollar Bill|| Estimate: |
|Circa 1788 Hand Hewn & Carved Wood Spinning Wheel|| Estimate: |
|The Science of Dry Fly Fishing F.G. Shaw, 1906|| Estimate: |