The Study of the Dragonfly Crosses, 18 karat Yellow Gold Reversible Charms, multi strand Acoma Jett, Lone Mountain Turquoise, and Mediterranean Coral beads with matching reversible earrings. Also known as the Morning Star by Jesse Monongye's Great Grandfather after they returned from the Trail of Tears imprisonment at Fort Sumner.
The Colors After The Storm/Hopi Sun Face with Eagle Overlooking Monument Valley, 14 Karat Yellow Gold, Sugalite, Acoma Jett, Opal, Malachite, Lapis, Golden Lip Mother of Pearl, Turquoise, Mediterranean Coral
Astonishing One Horn or Saiastasana katsina by the late great Walter Howato (1921-2003). It’s impressive in part because of its size: 21 1/2″ tall by 12″ wide. But what really clinches it are the figures attached to the rough hewn back: an elongated Omaw with a life-sized frog (with lightning bolt) on the top of its head! A great example of Walter’s unique creativity. He made figures that no one else came close to thinking of…
The carving comes with its original Heard Museum Gift Shop tag which dates it as circa 1990.
On offer courtesy of Buffalo Barry's Indian Art, at the 34th Annual American Indian Art Show, Marin