Monty Claw is a Navajo artist who practices in the Native American Church and creates exquisite peyote fans. This is a 12 feather flat loose fan with blue-eared pheasant wing feathers, Lady Amherst feathers, dyed floral feathers, # 13 cut beads, deer skin, wood dowels, nylon thread, brass ferrule connector, carved ebony. 24" x 14"
Teri Greeves is a highly accomplished and well-recognized beadwork artist. Her work has won a number of prestigious awards and is held in museums and private collections across the country. 1 1/2" wide; the copper core of the bracelet makes it adjustable to a wide range of wrist sizes. The deerskin lining feels great on the wrist. The bracelet is made with 24K gold-infused beads.
A contemporary quilled pouch attributed to Dorothy Brave Eagle, Lakota. Beautiful design of red, periwinkle blue, and yellow dyed porcupine quills on deerskin. Minor quill loss visible in the last two images (upper left yellow, bottom center blue, and, barely visible, right side blue). 7 1/2" h x 4" w; 14" h with fringe and handle.