The Kiowa Native American tribe members were known for their leather boots, clothing, and moccasins. Found in the upcoming Old West & American Indian w/ Luxury Jewelry August 1st Sale is a rare horse or mule tanned hide painted by the Kiowa Southern Plains Native Americans of the 1800s. This piece shows a sunburst pinwheel at the center surrounded by 17 American bison. An unheated natural sapphire and diamond ring is also available in this sale, presented by the North American Auction Company. This Art Deco classic ring features an oval sapphire with cornflower blue coloring surrounded by 42 round natural diamonds.
Also included in the auction is a factory engraved Merwin & Hulbert Army SA revolver, a 1912 casino royal traveling games custom case, and an 1890 book titled In Darkest Africa by Henry M. Stanley. View the entire catalog and register to bid on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (85) , Decorative Arts (29) , Furniture (48), Jewelry (170) , American Indian & Ethnographic (204) , Couture & Textiles (11), Collectibles (186) , Asian Works of Art (8)
# of Lots:747
Price Range:$100 - $35,000.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Kiowa Pictorial Buffalo Painted Large Hide 19th C.|| Estimate: |
|RARE Unheated Cornflower Blue Sapphire Ring w/ GIA|| Estimate: |
|Sioux Three-Knife Blade Gunstock War Club 19th C.|| Estimate: |
|Factory Engraved Merwin & Hulbert Army SA Revolver|| Estimate: |
|1912 Casino Royal Traveling Games Custom Case|| Estimate: |
|In Darkest Africa By Stanley Deluxe Binding c 1890|| Estimate: |