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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jan 24, 2007
  • Channel: Auction House

This is an outstanding example of stone carving. Thisfine piece is called, "Seated Squaw". The artist is James Marshall. This small statue was carved from a piece of white stone and depicts an Indian squaw. She is wearing a native american garment and sitting with a bowl on her lap. The statue is mounted on a simple glossy black cube. This lovely sculpture will make a very nice addition to your collection or decor. It was made by Austin Sculptures Ltd.


This attractive sculpture of an Indian Squaw is in very good condition. It measures approximately 12" tall including the base. This fine piece will look great wver it is displayed. It will also make a very nice gift. If you are looking for something really special, then don't miss this one. You won't be disappointed.

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