Press Releases tagged with american indian

Prehistoric clay pot effigy of a human head, discovered in the Southeastern United States, 6.5 inches tall (est.  $1,000-$3,000).

Tribal and Native American artifacts from prehistoric to modern times in Helm Auction's online-only sale, April 14th

Released: February 28, 2018

EL CAJON, Calif. – More than 450 quality lots of tribal and Native American artifacts, spanning multiple categories and continents, will come up for bid in a Spring Fling online auction slated for Saturday, April 14th by Helm Auction, Inc. All lots may be viewed and bid on now, via the platforms LiveAuctioneers.com and iCollector.com, plus on Helm’s site, live.helmauction.com.   The auction features American Indian art, prints and paintings, prehistoric and pre-Colombian antiquities from North, Central and South America and Europe, to include arrowheads, axes, discoidals, birdstones, p...


Spectacular Navajo pictorial weaving, a sand-painting example in the Whirling Log design, circa 1925 (est.  $18,000-$25,000).

The contents of Turtle Walk -- the Taos, New Mexico home of fashion icon Millicent Rogers -- will be auctioned Feb. 22-23

Released: February 09, 2018

WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. – The contents of Turtle Walk – the Taos, New Mexico home of renowned fashion icon and art collector Millicent Rogers (Am., 1902-1953) – will be at the center of an auction planned for February 22nd and 23rd by Charlton Hall Auctions, online and in the firm’s gallery at 7 Lexington Drive in West Columbia, S.C. Start time both days is 11 am Eastern. For those unable to attend the sale in person, online bidding will be provided by Invaluable.com. Mary Millicent Abigail Rogers was the granddaughter of Henry Huddleston Rogers, Sr., one of the original founding partners of...


Early to mid-1900s Southern Plains war shirt, a museum quality beaded hide example as picturesque as it gets and in very good condition (est.  $20,000-$40,000).

American Indian artifacts, art and related collectibles at Best of Santa Fe, August 12-13

Released: July 27, 2017

SANTA FE, N.M. – Over 800 pieces of American Indian artifacts, art and related collectibles, to include two major collections and other items in a variety of categories, will come up for bid at Best of Santa Fe, an annual auction event hosted by Allard Auctions, Inc., based in St. Ignatius, Mont. The auction will be held the weekend of Aug. 12-13, at the Santa Fe Scottish Rite Temple.   This year’s Best of Santa Fe is being held the week before Indian Market, giving collectors of American Indian items added incentive to be in town that weekend. For those who can’t be there in person, o...


Historic fully-beaded Cree-made Native American Hopi vest with traditional floral motif (est.  $10,000-$20,000).

Native American and Western artifacts, art, related collectibles at Allard Auctions' Big Spring Phoenix event, March 12-13

Released: March 03, 2016

MESA, Ariz. – An historic, fully-beaded Cree-made Native American Hopi vest with traditional floral motif, and a rare and fine weave Navajo woman’s “Manta” robe made from Germantown wool in the 1890s, are expected headliners at this year’s Big Spring Phoenix auction, planned for March 12-13 by Allard Auctions, at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites in Mesa, outside of Phoenix. This year’s auction will feature 750 lots of Native American and Western artifacts, artworks and related collectibles. Lots 1-450 will come up for bid on Saturday, March 12th (starting 12 noon, Mountain time); lots ...


This mid-to-late 1900s Skokomish basket by Richard Cultee, deep flared red with yellow top knot symbols, should fetch $5,000-$10,000.

Over 700 lots of American Indian artifacts, art, collectibles at Best of Santa Fe, Aug. 15-16

Released: July 30, 2015

SANTA FE, N.M. – Just over 700 lots of American Indian artifacts, art and related collectibles, many of them pulled from several major private collections, will come up for bid at the Best of Santa Fe, an annual auction event hosted by Allard Auctions, Inc., based in St. Ignatius, Mont. The auction will be held at the Santa Fe Scottish Rite Temple, located at 463 Paseo de Peralta. Featured will be a large selection of Pueblo and prehistoric pottery, great older and more recent Navajo rugs and weavings, an impressive assortment of baskets from all the regions, classic old and newer piece...


Chilkat blanket, multi-figured weaving with long fringe, c.  1870 5’5”w x 4”l not incl.  fringe.  Private Collection

World’s Most Significant Exhibition of American Indian Chilkat Blankets Debuts in Santa Fe August 17-20

Released: July 30, 2015

The world’s most extensive exhibition of American Indian Chilkat Dancing Blankets and their predecessor, Raven’s Tail weavings will be on view at The Antique American Indian Art Show in Santa Fe from August 17-20.  Chilkat Blankets: Artistic Masterpieces will present more than a dozen historic and contemporary blankets and two complete ceremonial ensembles. The Chilkat blankets on view collectively represent the finest examples of these unique art forms, in the world. Chilkat and Raven’s Tail blankets are experiencing an artistic tradition revival, and are now being woven in the North...


Exhibition Focuses on The Influence of Primitive Art on European Modernism

Released: May 01, 2015

From May 12th through May 17th 2015, Cassera Arts Premiers in collaboration with Galerie Mourlot will present an exciting exhibition exploring the relationship between Primitive Art and Modern art.  The exhibition will feature museum quality traditional arts of Africa, Oceania & the Americas from the gallery of David Cassera juxtaposed with rare lithographs by Picasso, Matisse, Miró, Braque and more from the famous Mourlot Collection. At the beginning of the 20th century, artists such as Fernand Léger, Henri Matisse, Joan Miró, and Pablo Picasso, just to name a few, began ...


This extra-fine Navajo Germantown weave rug will be sold at auction Nov.  9-10 by Allard Auctions in Mesa, Ariz.

900 lots of American Indian artifacts, art and related collectibles will be sold Nov. 9-10 by Allard Auctions

Released: October 29, 2013

 (MESA, Ariz.) – A full-sized smoked moose hide and rawhide Woodlands cradleboard (Native American baby carrier), a Mandan warshirt set complete with painted hide warshirt with quilled strips and shields, and an extra-fine Navajo Germantown weave rug done in the Hispanic influence will be just a few of the lots at Allard Auctions’ Big Fall Phoenix Auction, Nov. 9-10. The event will be held at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites in Mesa, Ariz., just outside of Phoenix. Allard Auctions, Inc. (based in St. Ignatius, Mont.) is billing it as a sale with American Indian artifacts, art and...


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