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Merle Haggard Leona Williams 000-45 Martin #390882 Guitar BEW 889

Merle Haggard Leona Williams Guitar  - This guitar was purchased by Merle in 1977 appears on two Merle Haggard album covers. Used by Merle and his wife Leona In their 1983 divorce, the guitar went to Leona. It was then acquired by Tex Whitson, Merle's manager in 1986. Danny Brucker acquired the guitar from Tex [...]

14K Gold Ring Candelaria, NV Size 10 1/2 BEW #1105

14K Gold Ring Candelaria NV turquoise Description: A beautiful 14K gold ring with Candelaria, NV turquoise. ring has a beautiful design and is in excellent condition. Feel free to call or message for more pictures or details.Size: 10 1/2Price 1,600.00BEW #1105

14k Gold Ring Candelaria, NV Turquoise Size 10 1/2 BEW #1105

14K Gold Ring Candelaria NV turquoise Description: A beautiful 14K gold ring with Candelaria, NV turquoise. ring has a beautiful design and is in excellent condition. Feel free to call or message for more pictures or details. Size: 10 1/2 Price 1,600.00 BEW #1105

Double Saddle Blanket BEW#1104

Description: This is a great Double Saddle with a very neat design. It has the letters I TX as well as the initials JW which are pretty cool initials shared by some notable people, including John Wayne! Measurements: 56" long, 31" wide Price $2,400.00 Please call (916) 813-5333 or message us through this website for [...]

Circa 1915 Mother Earth Father Sky Navajo Sandpainting Rug BEW1102

  Size: 74" X 68" Description & Condition: Navajo circa 1915. This rug is similar to a Sandpainting rug on page 148 of the book, “Navajo Weavings With Ceremonial Themes”.  That rug is based on the Father of Sky and Mother of Earth sandpainting from the Shooting Way chant. This rug is in excellent or close [...]

Circa 1925 Sandpainting Rug BEW 1101

Size: 71" X 67" Description & Condition: Navajo circa 1925. This rug is similar to a Sandpainting rug on page 163 of the book, "Navajo Weavings With Ceremonial Themes" The Sandpaining on which the rug in the book is based on is known as the Whirling Logs. That rug was made during the Sixth day of [...]

Navajo 1920s Sandpainting Rug BEW 1100

Size: 107" X 79" Description & Condition: Navajo 1920s Sandpainting rug. As referenced in the book, "Navajo Weavings With Ceremonial Themes - A Historical Overview of a Secular Art Form" (page 123), this Sandpaining was most likely based on a chant in a Mountainway performance near Gallup, New Mexico in the early 1880s.  An account [...]

Native American Navajo Red Mesa Transitional Rug Circa 1910-1920 Bew#902

Size: approximately 93" x 46".  Circa 1910-1920.  Description & Condition: An impressive looking large rug with intersecting serrated borders surrounding diamond shapes using multiple colors.  In excellent condition--excellent detailed weave work; very little wear and unraveling on edges.  Bew#902   Inv#3907xy   Price: $3200.00

Native American Northwest Coast Mask Circa Late 19th-Early 20th Century Bew#881

Dimensions: approx. 8 1/2" x 11 1/2" x 7".  Circa late 19th to early 20th century.  Description & Condition: A large eye-catching wood mask from the Pacific Northwest Coast.  In good ethnographic condition--some paint wear, color fading.  Bew#881  Inv#8552xy  Price: $5500.00

Native American Northwest Coast Mask Circa Late 19th-Early 20th Century Bew#880

Dimensions: approx. 8" x 11" x 7". Circa late 19th to early 20th century.  Description & Condition: A large wood mask from the Pacific Northwest Coast. In good ethnographic condition--some wood and paint wear.  Bew#880  Inv#4075FZ   Price: $2400.00

Native American Northwest Coast Bird Mask Circa Late 19th-Early 20th Century Bew#878

Dimensions:  approx. 7" x 8" x 5".  Circa late 19th to early 20th century.  Description & Condition: A good looking Native American Pacific Northwest Coast wood carved mask resembling a bird. In good ethnographic condition~a little paint wear on beak; crack on top of mask.  Bew#878  Inv#1503xx  Price: $

Native American Northwest Coast Mask Circa Late 19th-Early 20th Century Bew#877

Dimensions: approx. 8" x 12" x 8 3/4". Circa late 19th to early 20th century. A great looking wood mask from the Pacific Northwest Coast. Was from Sotheby's auction. In good ethnographic condition--some wear on nose area and sides.  Bew#877  Inv#5401x   Price: $3500.00