• Item# 0045MB Linda Agular, Chumash

    This is a wonderful miniature basket by Linda Aguilar who resides in Santa Barbara. She is well known for her small baskets and this one is no exception. This piece is black with a tightly woven pattern and red beads surrounding the rim.


    Size: 1/2" high by 3/4" diameter.
    Condition: Mint
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    $140


  • Item# 0064MB Tu Proctor/Moonwalker, Apache

    SOLD

    This piece is a feather basket with medium brown feathers around the upper half of the basket with a hue of rainbow colors on their edge.


    Size: 1-1/4" diameter.
    Condition: Mint
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  • Item# 0075B Feathered Gift Basket, Pomo

    Miniature basket of flattened hemispherical form, the fully feathered bottom in a whirlwind pattern of yellow feathers (flicker feathers) on a green background, a solid band of dark feathers and clamshell disc beads about the rim. Circa 1900.


    Size: 1-7/8" high by 3-1/2" diameter.
    Condition: Good
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    $3500


  • Item# 0089MB Linda Hendrich, Tohono O'Odham

    SOLD

    The late Mable McKay was the most famous Pomo basket weaver until her death some years ago. As can be seen in the photo the basket style is "canoe" with a darker middle woven section.


    Size: 1/4" high by 1-1/4" long.
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  • Item# 0051MK Lawrence Namoki, Hopi

    This piece was carved by a highly recognizable kachina and pottery artist. This piece is in the form of an Eagle Dancer.


    Size: 1-1/2" high by 3/4" wide.
    Condition: Mint
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    $325


  • Item# 0052MK Unnamed Kachina, Hopi

    This high quality figure is a Moo King style kachina.


    Size: 1-1/4" high by 3/4" wide.
    Condition: Mint
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    $125


  • Item# 0076MR Matilda Yazzie, Navajo

    SOLD

    An intricately woven "Tree of Life" pattern in avocado green corn stalk growing out of a wedding basket surrounded by multi-colored birds in flight. This weaving won Honorable Mention at the Museum of Arizona Show in 1992.


    Size: 7" long by 4-7/8" wide.
    Condition: Mint
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  • Item# 0047MP Camilio Tafoya, Santa Clara

    Beautifully incised piece from a member of the renown Tafoya family who helped invigorate the miniatures class of pottery. Incised carvings cover the entire surface in red, blue and natural colors. Carved figures of a deer, exotic birds, and foliage.


    Size: 1-1/2" high by 1-1/4" diameter.
    Condition: Mint
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    $1200


  • Item# 0048MP Theresa Wildflower, Chemeheuvi

    From an artists whose origin is one of well known basket weavers from an area in South Eastern California near Lake Havasu, this woman has established herself as an outstanding potter of intricate and delicate pots and stopper lids. The piece shown here has a globular form with a black swan on the body and tapering neck of orange color. Lid is of stopper form with a sculptured swan also in orange.


    Size: 1-3/4" high by 1" diameter.
    Condition: Mint
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    $750


  • Item# 0086MP Thomas Natsaway, Laguna

    From one of the truly outstanding and renowned artists of highly detailed pottery. This piece has fine design on the upper half of the pot with a kachina mask stopper lid.


    Size: 1" high by 3/4" diameter.
    Condition: Mint
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    $1395


  • Item# 0095MP Joseph Lonewolf, Santa Clara

    The son of Camilio Tafoya, Joseph has become famous for his intricate portraits of wildlife on his pottery and is a member of the family that helped the miniature style to flourish. this piece is black/gray with multi-colors of incised mimbres rabbit design with mother earth sketched as an open winged butterfly and medallion depicting the 1992 yearly symbol of "Life Without Feeling".


    Size: 1-7/16" high by 1-7/16" diameter.
    Condition: Mint
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    $2600


  • Item# 0103MP Iris Yovella Nampeyo, Hopi

    Another outstanding potter who has applied her skills to beautiful miniatures. This piece is light beige that is stone polished. It has a small oval opening at the top and just below this opening is the artist's signature ear of corn with husk partially exposing kernels done in matte or bisque finish.


    Size: 3/4" high by 1-1/4" diameter.
    Condition: Mint
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    $450


  • Item# 0124MP Dolores Lewis Garcia, Acoma

    As the daughter of Lucy M. Lewis this artist learned her craft at the elbow of an Acoma matriarch in pottery creations. This piece shows a highly detailed mimbres design with multi-colored animal figures of rabitt, lizard etc., integrated around the circumference of the pot.


    Size: 1-3/4" high by 1-1/4" diameter.
    Condition: Mint
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    $220


  • Item# 0209MP Nancy Youngblood Cutter, Santa Clara

    Most collectors are well aware of this potters renowned family and beautiful creations. It is highly unusual to obtain her works and this miniature piece came from another collectors estate. It is a pattern of carved feathers one halfway down the piece, with the remaining half of the pot being a black polished surface. It is a prize piece for any collection.


    Size: 1-9/16" high by 2" wide.
    Condition: Excellent
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    $2500


  • Item# 0212MP Sandra Victorino, Acoma

    This talented potter learned well at side of her grandmother (Lita L. Garcia) and her aunt (Dorothy Torivio). Sandra is widely respected for her large, intricately painted ollas, vases, jars, bowls, and miniatures. Her designs often repeat hundreds of swirling bands of symbols creating an optical effect called "eyedazzlers". This piece is a miniature version of these larger works with three varying patterns separated with red kiva steps moving up and around the curve of the pots surface to the elongated opening. Even among the incredible talent of the Acoma potters, Sandra's work stands out for its high quality and near perfection execution.


    Size: 3-1/2" high by 2-7/8" wide.
    Condition: Mint
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    $330


  • Item# 0072MST Theresa Wildflower, Chemeheuvi

    Miniature storyteller with seven figures riding on the back of a turtle by a well known creator of exquisite miniatures.


    Size: 1" high by 1-1/4" wide.
    Condition: Mint
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    $710