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Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch

3 Dec, 2018
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Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch
Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch
Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch
Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch
Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch
Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch
Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch
Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch
Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch
Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch

Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch
Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch. This nice hand made sterling chain necklace is 22 inches long including the hook clasp and the weight is 8 grams. The links are 10 MM long by 5 MM in width all nice and smooth made from sterling flat wire. These are great for pendants or hanging charms for a spectacluar necklace. Guaranteed and tested to be sterling silver. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed! Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch” is in sale since Thursday, November 29, 2018. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Necklaces & Pendants”. The seller is “silver_gallery” and is located in Dragoon, Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States.
Old Hopi Sterling Hand Made Soldered Link Chain Necklace 22 Inch

Hopi 15.75 BROAD FACED KACHINA DOLL Milton Howard Native American Made in USA

10 Sep, 2017
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Hopi 15.75 BROAD FACED KACHINA DOLL Milton Howard Native American Made in USA
Hopi 15.75 BROAD FACED KACHINA DOLL Milton Howard Native American Made in USA
Hopi 15.75 BROAD FACED KACHINA DOLL Milton Howard Native American Made in USA
Hopi 15.75 BROAD FACED KACHINA DOLL Milton Howard Native American Made in USA
Hopi 15.75 BROAD FACED KACHINA DOLL Milton Howard Native American Made in USA
Hopi 15.75 BROAD FACED KACHINA DOLL Milton Howard Native American Made in USA
Hopi 15.75 BROAD FACED KACHINA DOLL Milton Howard Native American Made in USA

Hopi 15.75 BROAD FACED KACHINA DOLL Milton Howard Native American Made in USA
Hopi 15.75 BROAD FACED KACHINA DOLL Milton Howard Native American Made in USA. This sensational Broad Faced Kachina Doll was made by Hopi Indian Milton Howard, master Kachina carver. This Broad Faced Kachina is superb in detail. The detail is exceptional. From the fine lines of the feather work, the beaded look in the jewelry to the carving of his knuckles. The time and effort and talent is evident with every stroke of this carver. Milton uses stain to bring out the natural wood grain of the customary cottonwood root, along with paint to enhance and show more detail. Milton Howard takes the time, with what you can only imagine the patience it must demand, to feature and enhance every tiny detail line, as is the remarkably small lines he carves. This Hopi Broad Faced Kachina Doll. Is approx 15-3/4″ tall, 5-1/4″ wide and 6-1/2 long. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. THIS IS A MAGNIFICENT KACHINA TO ADD TO YOUR NATIVE AMERICAN KACHINA COLLECTION! A MUSEUM QUALITY HEIRLOOM TO PASS DOWN THROUGH THE GENERATIONS! Master carver Milton Howard is world renown for his carving skills and many collectors snap up his creations when available. His works of art are found in some of the finest art galleries around the world. The Kachina doll is given in hopes of abundance and health as well as for education. The Hopis were the original carvers, using a single piece of cottonwood root. The Navajo began carving in their own creative way, adding feathers, fur and leather to their creations. There are over 350 Kachina dolls, each with its own attributes. Thanks for looking and be sure to check out my store for more selections of exquisite Hopi master carver Milton Howard kachina dolls! If you like our products, please add me to your. List or consider subscribing to our. For updates on newly listed items, sales and special promotions! If you prefer, subscribe to our. For daily updates (found at the bottom of our store home page). We would be happy to consider reasonable offers. Most of our old pawn items are One-of-a-Kind and subject to availability. Some of our new items can be re-produced and therefore may have some slight variances from the pictures. We try to keep our listings up to date, but may occasionally miss one. In some cases, we can have one custom made with a two week lead time. We try our best to present the item as accurately as possible, but due to the effects of photo lighting, camera settings or computer monitor settings, the actual color may vary slightly than pictured. If you should have any issues with your items, please. Thank you and God Bless! Please allow up to 10 days for transit time, depending on your location. The item “Hopi 15.75 BROAD FACED KACHINA DOLL Milton Howard Native American Made in USA” is in sale since Monday, June 22, 2009. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Dolls & Kachinas”. The seller is “pizzazz307″ and is located in Made in USA. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Artisan: Milton Howard
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • Tribal Affiliation: Hopi Indian
  • Type: Kachina
  • Material: Cottonwood Root

Hopi 15.75 BROAD FACED KACHINA DOLL Milton Howard Native American Made in USA

Hopi Indian Made 10.5 Kachina Incised Pot Pottery by Tom Polacca (1935-2003)

5 Sep, 2017
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Hopi Indian Made 10.5 Kachina Incised Pot Pottery by Tom Polacca (1935-2003)
Hopi Indian Made 10.5 Kachina Incised Pot Pottery by Tom Polacca (1935-2003)
Hopi Indian Made 10.5 Kachina Incised Pot Pottery by Tom Polacca (1935-2003)
Hopi Indian Made 10.5 Kachina Incised Pot Pottery by Tom Polacca (1935-2003)
Hopi Indian Made 10.5 Kachina Incised Pot Pottery by Tom Polacca (1935-2003)
Hopi Indian Made 10.5 Kachina Incised Pot Pottery by Tom Polacca (1935-2003)
Hopi Indian Made 10.5 Kachina Incised Pot Pottery by Tom Polacca (1935-2003)

Hopi Indian Made 10.5 Kachina Incised Pot Pottery by Tom Polacca (1935-2003)
Check out my other items. Be sure to add me to your favorites list. PLEASE VISIT OUR STORE AND CONSIDER SUBSCRIBING TO OUR FREE NEWSLETTER FOR FUTURE LISTING UPDATES. PLEASE SEE DETAILS BELOW: ALL MEASUREMENTS & WEIGHTS ARE APPROXIMATE. Tom’s innovative style is reflected in his relief designs. He, like his grandmother, developed a new approach to Hopi pottery. He skillfully blended traditional elements with a contemporary style. Size: 10.5 in H x 7.5 in D. Once in a while, a piece was produced that was special to Tom. These pieces he called his “museum quality” pieces, and they are distinguishable from the others because on these, and only on these, he engraved his signature into the bottom. You might even say these are Tom’s Signature Series. This is one of those. Every detail has been elaborately etched into the pottery surface. He meticulously made sure that nothing was overlooked, from the delicately ribbed feathers around the rim, to the stone pueblo “bricks” around the bottom. Thomas always did an excellent job of placing symbols of significance throughout his pieces in such an abstract manner, that it requires a great deal of examination and reflection to fully appreciate the hidden nuances. Cloud and storm designs, as well as eagle feathers find their way in and throughout nearly all of Tom’s themes. With his art, as with everything else, he was original. He was an innovator and refused to conform to others’ standards. He had his own vision for everything in life, and he expressed it perfectly in his pottery. His vessels can almost be seen as a metaphor of his life through the years – starting out simply and evolving into something different, something polished, something grand, and something strong. He was never afraid to stand behind his work – he believed in it and cherished the freedom it gave him. He never pretended to be anyone or anything he wasn’t. As one of the first to pioneer the etched style of pottery, Thomas boldly signed using his father’s name: Polacca. Although the art stems back to his grandmother, Nampeyo, whose name he used in the beginning – he was not afraid to be recognized on his own, and in doing so, he carried on the legacy of his other namesake – that of his visionary grandfather, Tom Polacca c. In this way, he combined the best of what his heritage had to offer and paved a way for many who would follow. Tom has been featured in many books and magazines which focus primarily on elite Indian arts. He is mentioned in several prominent works on Hopi pottery, including Hopi-Tewa Pottery: 500 Artist Biographies by Gregory Schaaf, The Art of the Hopi by Jerry and Lois Jacka, Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery by Rick Dillingham, and many others. WE LEAVE FAIR AND HONEST FEEDBACK VERY SOON AFTER RECEIVING THE SAME. PLEASE NOTE THAT WE DO NOT OFFER A LOCAL PICK-UP BUT ARE HAPPY TO COMBINE S&H FOR MOST ITEMS. UNLESS AN ITEM IS GROSSLY MISREPRESENTED, ALL SALES ARE FINAL. WE DO OUR BEST TO DESCRIBE OUR ITEMS BUT SINCE WE SELL AUTHENTIC HAND MADE ARTIFACTS, ARTISTIC DIFFERENCES AND PC MONITER COLOR SETTINGS MUST BE CONSIDERED. IF IN DOUBT, PLEASE ASK. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Hopi Indian Made 10.5 Kachina Incised Pot Pottery by Tom Polacca (1935-2003)” is in sale since Tuesday, November 10, 2015. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery”. The seller is “fargocargo” and is located in Kachina Haven. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Artisan: Tom Polacca
  • Tribal Affiliation: Hopi Indian
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Hopi Indian Made 10.5 Kachina Incised Pot Pottery by Tom Polacca (1935-2003)