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Two Grey Hills design for a Native American blanket. Love the pattern and the colors. Native American Blanket, Native American Rugs, Native American Patterns, American Indian Art, Native American Design, Navajo Art, Navajo Rugs, Navajo Pattern, Rugs

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carrying basket▪attributed to Klikitat tribe, Washington State▪late nineteenth or early twentieth century▪cedar root, dyed wool, field horsetail▪equisetum arvense Native American Baskets, Native American History, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Sisal, Indian Baskets, Basket Weaving, Woven Baskets, Crochet Baskets

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Loius Comfort Tiffany built his dream home in Oyster Bay, the eighty-four room estate, Laurelton Hall, which he decorated himself.

This is an amazing Porcupine quill cradle, First Nations; Mi'kmaq c 1875 - cedar, birchbark, porcupine quill, spruce root and silk with copper tacks 15 cm x 16 cm x 3 cm. Shown at New Brunswick Museum. Native American Baskets, Native American Artwork, American Indian Art, Native American History, Native American Indians, Cherokee Indians, American Symbols, American Women, Native Indian

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Porcupine quill cradle, First Nations; Mi'kmaq c 1875 - cedar, birchbark, porcupine quill, spruce root and silk with copper tacks 15 cm x 16 cm x 3 cm. Shown at New Brunswick Museum.

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Keep up to date with the latest posts from Cozy Ideas. Like us on Facebook! Bring the lovely woody smell of outdoors into your home with Smudge sticks. They are tightly bound bundles of dry, resinous herbs, that are slowly burned to purify and cleanse the air. This is a natural way of bring an …

Hopi Polychromed Wood Kachina Doll, Possibly Depicting Hololo height 8 in. Indian Folk Art, American Indian Art, Native Indian, Native Art, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Southwestern Art, Art Premier, Indigenous Art

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Porcupine quill chair panel : First Nations, Mi'kmaq birchbark with dyed porcupine quill and spruce root 56 cm x 27 cm. Shown at New Brunswick Museum. Native American Baskets, Native American Crafts, American Indian Art, Native American Indians, Native Indian, Native Art, Native Design, Native Beadwork, Birch Bark

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Porcupine quill chair panel : First Nations, Mi'kmaq 1840-1850 birchbark with dyed porcupine quill and spruce root 56 cm x 27 cm. Shown at New Brunswick Museum.

A Hopi kachina doll Representing A-Ha Kachina Manta. Fashioned from a single block of wood, separate maiden's whorls, the diminutive relief-carved hands emergent from the correspondingly executed manta. Native American Crafts, American Indians, Indian Dolls, Arte Popular, Doll Maker, Aboriginal Art, Native Art, Tribal Art, First Nations

A Hopi kachina doll

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Hybrid macaw (catalina, camelot, and capri) tailfeather Native American Church fan Native American Church, Native American Regalia, Native American Crafts, American Indian Art, Indian Arts And Crafts, Feather Art, Feather Crafts, Background Images Wallpapers, Nativity Crafts

Hybrid macaw (catalina, camelot, and capri) tailfeather Native American Church fan

Ceremonial Native American Church fan. Made from 11 hybrid catalina, camelot & capri macaw tail feathers. Detailed floral and thread work. Fully beaded handle, size 13 beads. White buckskin fringes. Artist is Navajo & Sioux. This item complies with the guidelines of the American Indian Arts and Crafts Act. Shipping is included in price. Message me if you would like me to send you additional pictures :)

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