Guaranteed Antiques

 

Brooch by Hector Aguilar;  Complex three-dimensional brooch in the form of a rose. Hallmarks indicate it was made at Taller Borda by Hector Aguilar or one of his silver designers. We think there is a st..
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Chemehuevi small basket;  In the early 20th century, the Chemehuevi Indians were a small tribe living in the Mojave Desert (approximately 350 people). In spite of the very harsh environment, they wove ..
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Navajo concho belt;  With elaborate stamping, repousse',and chiseling, this Navajo concho belt has five conchas (2 13/16" d x 2 1/2" h), 6 "butterflies (2 5/8" w x 1 1/2&qu..
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Panamint pictorial bottleneck basket;  In spite of living in Death Valley with its harsh conditions, the Shoshone Panamint Indians wove beautiful baskets. In response to commercial trade which arrived al..
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Santa Clara incised pottery jar;  This jar was made by Camilio Tafoya. The brother of Margaret Tafoya, Camilio developed the method of incising coiled pottery made out of native clay. This method continu..
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Vintage Zuni mosaic inlay pin/brooch;  Zuni "rainbow god" pin, circa 1930s, made out of spiny oyster, mother of pearl, onyx, Blue Gem turquoise. This brooch was clearly made by a master lapidary who was a..
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Yokuts gambling tray;  The Yokuts are known as master weavers. Their baskets are among the most prized of all baskets. Yokuts women gambled using dice made out of walnut. Score was kept usi..
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Zuni pictorial jar;  This Zuni pottery jar with tadpole, frog and dragonfly images continues the tradition of pottery at Zuni in the 19th century. With a strong attribution to Catalina Zunie becau..
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