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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 >>


Indian Artifacts (3/19/08)
American Indian items are bringing unbelievable prices these days, and most dealers are completely unaware of the breadth of this market. More >>


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