Contemporary Southwest décor piece with fur headdress and leather mask. The mask has feathers around the eyes and there are leather fringes around the piece. Inside the mask is a polished turtle shell that you can see through the eyes. The bottom of the shell can be seen underneath the mask. This piece is fresh from a southwest estate collection. Dimensions: 18" long x 9" wide Condition: Excellent, note holes in leather scarf piece - this is not a flaw or defect.
Native American Pottery Wedding Vase designed by Artist Victoria Acoma from the Acoma Pueblo. : 10.5" tall x 7.5" x 7 " at bowl base Condition: Note imperfections in pottery... View full product details
Cochiti pueblo pottery storyteller by well known artist Vangie Suina who specializes in contemporary designs and vibrant colors. This piece has 10 children intricately designed and painted in the coil... View full product details
Grass and Yucca Coiled Basket by Award Winning Artist Evangeline Talahaftewa of the Hopi Tribe. Winner of the 1991 AILTA (American Indian Living Treasures Award). Her baskets were famous for... View full product details
Native American Storyteller by Jemez potter Virginia Lucero. This beautiful piece has very vibrant colors and is all hand made of coiled clay with exquisite attention to detail as can... View full product details
Sign up for home decor tips, updates on the latest vintage finds, and more.....
Enjoy FREE SHIPPING on all orders over $100