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American Indian Art, Artifacts from Puffer Collection will be sold Aug. 16-17 in Santa Fe (7/30/14)
This museum-quality Navajo rug (or weaving), made around the 1940s and measuring 45 inches by 81 inches, is one of three pieces in the Best of Santa Fe auction—an annual event to be hosted by Allard Auctions, Inc. scheduled for Aug. 16-17—that carries a $10,000 to $20,000 presale estimate.SANTA FE, N.M. – Around 900 lots of Western and Native art, American Indian artifacts and related collectibles, many from … More >>


Outstanding Native American Basket, Beadwork Collections to Headline Allard Auctions (2/26/14)
Germantown blanketMESA, Ariz. – Outstanding basket and beadwork collections, an exquisite 14-karat gold and turquoise necklace, an exceptional fine weave Germantown … More >>


Native American Artifacts, Art and Collectibles to be Sold at Big Fall Phoenix Event (11/4/13)
Woodlands cradleboardMESA, Ariz. – A full-sized smoked moose hide and rawhide Woodlands cradleboard (Native American baby carrier), a Mandan warshirt set … More >>


Museum-Quality Early 1900s Native American Kiowa Cradleboard Realizes $103,500 (9/9/13)
Kiowa cradleboardSANTA FE, N.M. – A museum-quality, early 20th century Native American Kiowa cradleboard with beaded accents and original boards sailed … More >>


Kiowa Cradleboard Showcases Native American Artifact Auction (7/26/13)
Kiowa cradleboardSANTA FE, N.M.—A full-size, all-original Native American cradleboard with beaded accents and original boards will be the featured lot at … More >>


Collecting the Uncollectible: Items that are Taboo to Some Pique the Interest of Others (7/23/13)
Oswald’s wedding ringAs the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy approaches, one of the last available possessions associated with … More >>


Iroquois Purses (11/30/08)
One type of purse features bird-like images. Iroquois Purses By Dolores Elliott More >>


Large Iroquois Pincushion (11/25/08)
Large Iroquois Pincushion By Dolores Elliott One of the most common forms of Iroquois pincushions is the large rectangular pincushion that often features a beaded bird on a field of purple velvet. A frame of beaded leaves surrounds the purple center. I estimate that at least 8,000 of these pincushions were made between 1870 and 1910. More >>


An Archaeologist Who Digs Beads (10/28/08)
Editor’s Note: Dolores Elliott’s background may be in archaeology, but her lifelong love is Iroquois-beadwork antiques and collectibles. More >>


The Magic of Iroquois Beadwork (9/6/08)
Fig 19. Pristine mid 20th century star pincushion that has beaded on it REMEMBER ME.In 1903, my grandmother went to the Afton Fair, a small agricultural fair in central New York State. Because her daughter, my aunt, was sick and couldn’t go to the fair, my grandmother brought a present for her from the fair. It was a pink satin beaded bird-shaped pincushion with the year 1903 beaded under the tail. (Figure 1.) More >>


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