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    Erik Sappier Chip-carved Talking Stick
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    Erik Sappier Chip-carved Talking Stick

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    Erik Sappier Chip-carved Talking Stick This talking stick is finely carved; it depicts a man wearing a traditional Wabanaki headdress, with feathers pointing straight up. The chip-carving is of the finest order, beautifully and meticulously detailed. The strong contrast in the paint colors makes this stick stand out. The figure also features a necklace and stars on its neck and chest. The artist left the bark on the wood around the face and on the reverse side, for additional interesting texture. 9 1/4 inches tall x approximately 3/4 inch diameter.  
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  • Dewey Owle Poplar-Cherry Bowl
    Dewey Owle Poplar-Cherry Bowl
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    Dewey Owle Poplar-Cherry Bowl

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    Dewey Owle Poplar-Cherry Bowl Dewey Owle is a wood carver from Cherokee, North Carolina. He uses exotic woods to turn very attractive bowls, often combining two kinds of wood for contrast. This base of this bowl is poplar wood; the rim is cherry. Beautiful grain in the poplar wood; dark lines in the cherry provide nice contrast. 8 in. diameter x 4 7/8 in. high
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  • Dewey Owle maple-bubinga bowl
    Dewey Owle Sycamore-Walnut bow
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    Dewey Owle Maple-Bubinga Bowl

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    Dewey Owle Maple-Bubinga Bowl Dewey Owle is a wood carver from Cherokee, North Carolina. He uses exotic woods to turn very attractive bowls, often combining two kinds of wood for contrast. This base of this bowl is maple wood; the rim is bubinga. The maple contains a number of worm holes and other markings that give it great character. 9 1/2 in. diameter x 4 1/2 in. high
    $110.00
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  • Dewey Owl cherry bowl
    Dewey Owl Cherry Bowl
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    Dewey Owl Cherry Bowl

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    Dewey Owl Cherry Bowl Dewey Owl is a wood carver from Cherokee, North Carolina. He uses exotic woods to turn very attractive bowls, often combining two kinds of wood for contrast. This bowl is made from cherry wood. 6 1/4 in. diameter x 2 5/8 in. high
    $80.00
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  • Dewey Owl cherry-walnut bowl
    Dewey Owl Cherry Walnut Bowl
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    Dewey Owl Cherry-Walnut Bowl

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    Dewey Owl Cherry-Walnut Bowl Dewey Owl is a wood carver from Cherokee, North Carolina. He uses exotic woods to turn very attractive bowls, often combining two kinds of wood for contrast. This base of this bowl is cherry wood; the rim is walnut. 6 1/2 in. diameter x 6 in. high
    $100.00
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  • Dewey Owl Box Elder-Walnut Bowl
    Dewey Owl Box Elder Walnut Bowl
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    Dewey Owl Box Elder-Walnut Bowl

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    Dewey Owl Box Elder-Walnut Bowl Dewey Owl is a wood carver from Cherokee, North Carolina. He uses exotic woods to turn very attractive bowls, often combining two kinds of wood for contrast. This base of this bowl is box elder wood; the rim is walnut. The box elder contains a number of worm holes and other markings that give it great character. 9 3/4 in. diameter x 4 in. high
    $120.00
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  • Butch Phillips Birch Bark Moose Call
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    Butch Phillips Birch Bark Moose Call

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    Butch Phillips Birch Bark Moose Call Penobscot artist Butch Phillips makes canoes and other items from birch bark. This item is a moose call, used by hunters to lure the animals during a hunt. Phillips demonstrates an excellent moose call; while we don't have a recording of him, you can watch a video of a moose call demonstration here: Moose call demonstration. Phillips' moose call is etched with a Wabanaki double curve as well as floral designs. 19 1 /2 in. long x 6 3/4 in. diameter at its widest.
    $330.00
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  • Sierra Henries Birch Bark Cutting
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    Sierra Henries Birch Bark Cutting

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    Sierra Henries Birch Bark Cutting Sierra Henries is a young Nipmuck artist living in Maine. Her chosen field of art is designing on birch bark. This extraordinary piece has been painstakingly cut from a sheet of bark, then darkened and adorned with a wood burning tool. The exquisite geometric design required precision and patience over countless hours to achieve, and makes for a beautiful showpiece. The design is pressed between two pieces of framed glass. It is also shown with a cream colored background, which is achieved by placing a board behind the frame, and could be made permanent by the buyer. The back of the birch is shown, with the artists' initials and year of creation. Frame is 10 3/4 in. high x 8 3/4 in. wide. Note: the Nipmuck, or Nipmuc tribe, is recognized by the state of Massachusetts.
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    No Dessert Sterling Silver Spoon

    Darrell Jumbo's sense of humor comes out in this sterling silver figure spoon figure titled "No Dessert", with 14k gold highlights and opal. Darrell 5 5/8" x 1 3/16"
    $575.00
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    Sterling silver seed pot

    A handsome seed pot by Carlton Jamon, an accomplished Zuni metalsmith. Overlay design of hands with spirals, incised curvilinear and sinous patterned designs. A matt textured background and bottom. 2" diameter x 7/8" high.
    $400.00
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    Pink vase w/black wrap

    Lomatewamas glass is organic: it is asymmetrical and it flows with life. 4 1/2" high x 4" diameter
    $145.00
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    Handblown Glass Pot with Hubbell "Turquoise"

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    Rich earth tones define this glass pot, but the Hubbell "turquoise" sets it apart. In the 1930s, the Hubbell Trading post commissioned turquoise-colored glass cabochons from eastern Europe. Jojola has incorporated these cabochons into his glasswork for a blend of the old and the new. Notice how the pot's appearance changes when lit from above in the first two photos; it virtually glows! 6 1/2" diameter; 7 3/8" high
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    Tablita Vase

    An elegant vase with tablita (cloud) shapes by Caroline Carpio, an award-winning artist from Isleta Pueblo. Unglazed, this vase is finished with a polishing stone. 9" h x 4 7/8" wide
    $650.00
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    Bonnie Newsom translucent birch bark biting
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    Bonnie Newsom Translucent Birch Bark Biting

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    Bonnie Newsom Translucent Birch Bark Biting Bonnie Newsom is one of only a few Native American artists practicing the art of birch bark biting. This bark biting is thin enough to let light through It is sandwiched between two sheets of glass; when hung in a window, the bark will glow when the sun shines through it..Scroll down the page to read more about birch bark biting. Frame is 5 in. x 5 in.; visible bark is 2 5/8 in. x 2 5/8in.
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    Bonnie Newsom birch bark biting
    Bonnie Newsom birch bark biting
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    Bonnie Newsom Birch Bark Biting

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    Bonnie Newsom Birch Bark Biting Bonnie Newsom is one of only a few Native American artists practicing the art of birch bark biting. Scroll down to read more about birch bark biting.. Frame is 7 1/4 in. x 5 1/4 in.
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    Sterling Silver Seed Pot

    A finely crafted silver pot with traditional designs impressed on the surface, including the spiral of life. Made by Carlton Jamon, a highly skilled and respected Zuni silversmith. 1 7/8" diam. x 1"H
    $250.00
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    Dewey Owle sycamore-walnut bowl
    Dewey Owle sycamore-walnut bowl
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    Dewey Owle Sycamore-Walnut Bowl 2

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    Dewey Owle Sycamore-Walnut Bowl 2 Dewey Owle is a wood carver from Cherokee, North Carolina. He uses exotic woods to turn very attractive bowls, often combining two kinds of wood for contrast. This base of this bowl is sycamore wood; the rim is walnut. The grain of the sycamore wood is beautiful and contrasts nicely with the dark walnut rim. 9 in. diameter x 4 1/8 in. high
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    Dewey Owl elder wood-bloodwood bowl
    Buy Dewey Owl Box elder bloodwood bowl
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    Dewey Owl Box Elder Wood-Bloodwood Bowl

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    Dewey Owl Box Elder Wood-Bloodwood Bowl Dewey Owl is a wood carver from Cherokee, North Carolina. He uses exotic woods to turn very attractive bowls, often combining two kinds of wood for contrast. This base of this bowl is made from box elder wood; the rim is bloodwood. The wormholes and other markings give this bowl character unlike any other bowl. 4 5/8 in. diameter x 2 7/8 in. high
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    Dewey Owle cherry-padauk bowl
    Dewey Owle Cherry Padauk bowl
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    Dewey Owl Cherry-Padauk Bowl

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    Dewey Owl Cherry-Padauk Bowl Dewey Owl is a wood carver from Cherokee, North Carolina. He uses exotic woods to turn very attractive bowls, often combining two kinds of wood for contrast. This base of this bowl is cherry wood; the rim is padauk, which provides a striking contrast with the lighter cherry wood. 11 inch diameter x 4 inches high
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