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We are pleased to offer a fine selection of Native American Art on January 23rd, including important ceremonial objects, pottery bowls, hand-woven baskets, beaded objects and dolls from Apache, Crow, Navajo, Hopi and Seminole tribal groups. Representing the history, skill and artistry of the indigenous peoples of North America, this sale highlights the skilled carvers, weavers, potters and artists who created the objects used in both ceremonial practices and in their everyday life. Highlights include an Important Haida Painted Wood Ceremonial Whale Bowl, a Crow Beaded Hide and Trade Cloth Papoose and an Apache Yavapai Woven Figural Olla.


We accept phone bids, absentee bids and live online bidding for this sale.
All bidding for this sale must be arranged prior to 5pm on Wednesday, January 22.

To register for bidding by phone or absentee click here.
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For inquiries regarding the items in this sale please contact us at 518.751.1000 or

Time & Location

Thursday, January 23 at 11am online-only

Catalogue Online

Monday, January 13

Gallery Preview

Thursday, January 16 – Thursday, January 23

Gallery Hours

Monday – Thursday: 10am-5pm
Friday: 10am-5pm
Saturday: 11am-5pm
Sunday: 12-5pm

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