The first day of An Extra-Large Antique Auction offered by Dirk Soülis Auctions Dirk Soülis Auctions particularly highlights Native American weavings, pottery, and jewelry. Most of the works in the sale are from the 20th century and represent the skills of artisans from tribes such as the Navajo, Arapaho, Lakota Sioux, Hopi, and more.
The sale is anchored by more than 60 pieces of Native jewelry, including works from both contemporary and traditional artists. Examples of the available items include sterling and turquoise bracelets and cuffs, carved turquoise belt buckles, vintage stone rings, concho belts, and traditional necklaces. Weaved items include rugs, baskets, fiber art, and a Beaver State commemorative blanket. Also available are several works of contemporary pottery, as well as small stone and shell carvings. View the full catalog for the first day and register to bid on LiveAuctioneers.
Lot Categories:Native American & Ethnographic (127)
# of Lots:127
Price Range:$75 - $2,000.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|AN EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE HOPI OLLA SIGNED FROG WOMAN||
|A BOLD NAVAJO GANADO WOOL WEAVING CIRCA 1920||
|FRITZ SCHOLDER (1937-2005) COLOR LITHOGRAPH||
|EXCEPTIONAL KIRK SMITH (1957-2012) CABOCHON ROW CUFF||
|A DORA TSE-PE CARVED SAN ILDEFONSO JAR WITH TURQUOISE||
- American Indian & Ethnographic
- Blankets & Textiles
- Bowls & Pottery
- Clothing, Costumes & Masks
- Lakota Sioux
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