Ethnographic Art: American Indian, Pre-Columbian and Tribal Art Signature AuctionDec 06, 2019 11:50 CST
Highlighting a range of American Indian, pre-Columbian, and tribal artwork, Heritage Auctions will present the upcoming Ethnographic Art auction. The sale features a sculpture of a Nayarit village with pole flyers that dates back to 250 BC – 250 AD. The scene shows a millennia-old religious ritual performed to restore rain and fertility to the land. A circular platform raised on four legs is topped with a central pole and two flyers, surrounded by several human figures.
One of the most commonly used ancient Indigenous weapons was war clubs. An Iroquois ball head war club is featured in this sale. Several pieces of jewelry and decorative art will also be presented, including a Hopi silver and stone bracelet by Charles Loloma. Created in 1980, the bracelet is made of silver, gold, turquoise, lapis, coral, malachite, and jet. Loloma was a Hopi Native American artist and was known for incorporating new materials into Hopi jewelry for the first time. Explore more items and register to bid online on Heritage Auctions.
# of Lots:419
Price Range:$300 - $55,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|An Iroquois Ball Head War Club|| Estimate: |
|A Large Dogon Post for Meeting House|| Estimate: |
|A Hopi Silver and Stone Bracelet|| Estimate: |
|A Nayarit Village Scene with Pole Flyers|| Estimate: |
|A Superb Diquis Gold Figure|| Estimate: |