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Latest Items

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These are the most recent items that we have listed  on our website. Each piece here also appears in its own respective category, i.e. Pottery, Jewelry, Furniture etc. These items will remain on this page for approximately two weeks after which a new selection of “Latest Items” will take their place.


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An outstanding historic Hopi pottery jar with a corrugated neck by Nampeyo of Hano, c.1905-1910


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An exceptionally fine and beautifully-detailed historic Hopi Hemis Mana kachina doll by Oswald “White Bear” Fredericks, circa 1960


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A superb historic Hopi black-on-red personal-sized

pottery canteen by Nampeyo of Hano, c. 1900


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A classic early 20th Century Santo Domingo Pueblo, NM polychrome pottery water jar with two large parrot pictorials, c. 1925-30


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An exceptional historic Navajo coin ingot-silver

cuff bracelet set with an old hand-carved, pump-drilled turquoise earbob, c.1920-1930


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An outstanding Classic-Period Navajo

coin ingot-silver belt buckle, c.1880-90


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A very early and extraordinarily rare “Ranchitos Polychrome”

pottery canteen, Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico, c.1790-1820


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A very beautiful large Hopi plainware “Piki” bowl by Myrtle Young, c.1960’s-70’s


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A stunning contemporary Navajo

silver pendant by Jennifer Curtis


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An exceptional Navajo ingot-sterling silver and turquoise bangle row bracelet by David Taliman, Santa Fe, NM, c. 1930’s-40’s

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A beautiful Navajo silver bracelet set with three extraordinary Nevada spiderweb turquoise stones, possibly from either the old Lander Blue or the Lone Mountain Mine, c.1950’s-70’s


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A sensational, contemporary Navajo silver and Lone

Mountain, Nevada turquoise bracelet by Perry Shorty


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