- Baskets, Other, Premium$1,050.00
Gina Brooks etched birch bark hat. Gina Brooks is a Maliseet artist from New Brunswick, one of the Maritime Provinces of Canada. The Maliseet tribe is a part of the Wabanaki confederacy, spanning across Maine and the Maritime Provinces.
This hat is formed from birch bark and is etched with traditional Wabanaki floral designs, typical of eastern Woodlands Indians work.
23 1/2 in. inside circumference; 6 in. high.
- Other, Sculpture, Premium$2,495.00
Nelda Schrupp, a Nakota Sioux artist, incorporates sound as well as visual aesthetics in her objects of beauty. This is a hollow-form sterling silver rattle with copper, antler, horsehair and citrine.
rattle is 8 1/2″ x 2 1/4″ x 2 1/4″; 11 1/4″ including horsehair
Earl Plummer (Navajo) buckle.
Earl Plummer, winner of the Best of Jewelry award at the 2013 Santa Fe Indian Market, is showing his talent in traditional design as well as workmanship and stone choice.
This sterling silver buckle combines the traditional technique of stamping with a high polish and a beautiful Kingman turquoise cabochon. It is stunning!
3″ x 2″
- Other, Premium$2,500.00
Chris Pruitt Sterling silver buckle with turquoise and coral
The surface of Chris Pruitt’s sterling silver belt buckle is beautifully textured. Cobble inlay of natural Lone Mountain turquoise and coral completes the top surface.
This stunning buckle includes Pruitt’s signature side inlay. The coral sandwiched between layers of silver is an exquisite feature.
3″ x 1 3/4″
The retail value of this buckle is $2,500
Hanson (Moogie) Smith’s inlay is colorful and has great presence. This sterling silver belt buckle contains natural turquoise, coral, and nlapis lazuli. This is a solid buckle that will beautifully adorn any belt.
The rectangular buckle, not including the loop for the belt, is 2 3/4″ x 1 3/4″. Note the curve of the buckle in one of the photos.