A Large Diquis Gold Pendant c. 700-1400 AD, a magnificent Nazca Cushma c. 200-500 AD, and a rare Olmec Mask c. 300-500 BC headlines a trove of Pre-Columbian art featured in Heritage Auctions’ Ethnographic Art: American Indian, Pre-Columbian and Tribal Auction June 25 in Dallas, Texas. The auction also includes extraordinary tribal art, with some of the highlights being a Mambila Figure from Cameroon and a wooden Suku Mask from the Democratic Republic of Congo. In addition to the Pre-Columbian Art and Tribal Art, the auction features an extraordinary selection of American Indian art, including, an Iroquois Ball Head War Club, two Yokuts Coiled Baskets, a Northwest Coast Chilkat Blanket, and a John Nieto Medicine Man. This catalog has over 680 lots and bids start at $1. Those interested in a full preview can do so between June 23-25 or you can register to bid at Heritage Auctions.
# of Lots:688
Price Range:$50 - $80,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|An Iroquois Ball Head War Club c. 1800||
|An Important Olmec Mask||
|Two Yokuts Polychrome Coiled Baskets Aida Maggie Icho (Wachnomkot) c. 1925||
|A Tlingit Chilkat Blanket c. 1890||
|John Nieto (American, 1936 - 2018) Medicine Man||
- American Indian & Ethnographic
- Tribal Art
- 19th Century Art
- American Indian Art
- Ancient Art
- Fine Art
- Gold Pendant
- Heritage Auctions
- Olmec Art
- War Club
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