17” tall brass obelisk with spherical applied feet and distressed surface.
Ceremonial rattle made from carved and painted wood with leather cord for hanging. A white feather hangs from a cotton cord on one end.
Add this soulful piece to your decor, with great colors and surface wear this wall hanging will add texture and character to your home!
SOLD! Beautiful hand-turned and carved quartersawn tiger oak twist candle holders with brass tops. Old green felt on bottom.
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Pair of tall vintage polished brass candlesticks with round bases and turning details, each with a wax dish.
Striking antique ceremonial basket bowl by the Mescalero Apache of Arizona, circa 1880. Dark blonde ground with contrasting blonde arrowhead shapes, separated by rust red. Few if any breaks to stitches. String attached to back for hanging.
Antique box signed KC Nevada. Box base by The McMurty Paint and Varnish Makers of Denver, Colorado and the lid is from a Teaming Borax box with a great scene of a team of horses burned into the surface of the wood. Rusty antique iron hinges in good condition with old lockable front latch.
Fine deep red Ganada Navajo rug woven by Leonora Benally with traditional geometric design. Cream tassels at all four corners. circa the 1970’s.
Gorgeous dome-top trunk with Art Nouveau pressed-tin floral inserts and a floral wallpaper-lined interior. Black tin, wood slats, and hardware adorn and protect the exterior. Original latches. Handle missing on left side, but hardware remains for replacement. Tiny wheels embedded in the wood slat base.
Antique Navajo rug with stunning black, white, and gray pattern that is as modern today as when it was woven 100 years ago. Freshly cleaned by the famous Robert Mann, who corrected some dye bleed and staining. There is an A side and B side, with the A side showing very little yellowing. Even so, this is the Navajo rug to own; unique and graphic.
Available now on Ruby + George.
Large antique Red Mesa Navajo rug 7’4” x 4’9”. This type of rug is known as a ranch rug, as it was specifically designed and made for the large ranch houses that were common in the Red Mesa region around 1910. Rare large size with expertly made wavy red border, barber striping, and outlines; all without any bleed to the dye. Asymmetric diamond lozenge center. Minor wear and old repairs throughout.
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Great hand carved boats by a talented Northwest Coast American Indian artist. Painted with yellow and red in the interiors.
Vintage handwoven willow basket, traditional craft from New Mexico where the people of Santa Clara pueblo have been gathering willow vines and making them into these beautiful forms for generations.
These sturdy wicker-like low bowl baskets were originally made for gathering and storing materials that nature provides. Now they can add an authentic touch to a centerpiece or stand alone handsomely on any tabletop. This one has some wire attached to the back to be hung on the wall as well.
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This bright and mid-century modern lamp has a 3 ways switch for extra versatility and and a ton of style.
Antique American Indian Lapidary Drill for hand working turquoise beads. The Santo Domingo people have been making beads of turquoise or shell traded from thousands of miles away using this type of tool. They are known as the best bead-makers of the Southwest.
The wooden handle shows signs of use and has blackened with age and oils from the skilled jeweler’s hands. A heavy round stone adds centrifugal weight to the drilling action and beauty to the piece.
There isn’t a drilling bit here but a sharp sliver of steel where some cotton now is would round out the tool.
Ruby keeps this in her bedroom. I has the shape of a bow that reminds her of cupid’s own. She knows the great things such a tool can create and feels the power when she wears her strands of Santa Domingo heishi…