Spokane Indian beaded hide medicine bundle case leads American Indian Art offerings at Heritage Sept. 16-17 auction in Dallas features fine and rare offerings from across the spectrum of American Indian cultures, including paintings by Fritz Scholder, Sioux artifacts, Cochiti polychrome and a wi
Dress Yoke, circa 1910, composed of red and navy blue wool trade cloth (estimate: $4,000+), to a Plateau Beaded Hide Dress Yoke, c. 1900 (estimate: $4,000+) along with a Plateau Beaded Hide Blanket Strip, c. 1920 (estimate: $1,500+) and more.
Further highlights include, but are not limited to:
Panamint Coiled Bowl, c. 1930: Estimate: $4,000+.
Panamint Polychrome Coiled Bowl, c. 1900: Estimate: $4,000+.
Yokuts Pictorial Coiled Bowl, c. 1890: Estimate: $4,000+.
Untitled painting by Fritz Scholder, c. 1970: Estimate: $3,000+.
Navajo Silver and Turquoise Concho Belt, c. 1920: Estimate: $3,000+.
Zuni Silver and Turquoise Bracelet by Juan de Dios, c. 1940: Estimate: $3,000+.
Plateau Twined Cornhusk Bag, c. 1900: Estimate: $1,500+.
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