BAHTI INDIAN ARTS
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TREASURE CHEST

The Treasure Chest:

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Two Hopi rattles, collected by William Smith at Orayvi Village in 1947. SOLD

Hopi wedding style moccasins with white deerskin wrap. 1970s. $200

Sash belt from Nambe Pueblo. New. SOLD

Hopi dance sash from First Mesa. 1970s. $675.

Dance pouch with Salimopia/Zuni Warrior of the South motif. $300.

Hopi knitted leggings, used on some animal katsinas (notably Deer) SOLD

Hopi rain sash woven in 1970 by Ned Lomayestewa of Sipaulovi Village with 1st prize ribbon from MNA. $400.

Hopi hand woven embroidered dance kilt. Circa 1950s-60s. $600.

Hopi knitted “Mudhead socks”. 1960s-70s. SOLD

Hopi moccasin ties. SOLD

Hopi dance moccasins. 1970s. $200

Hopi dance moccasins. 1970s. $200

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This 1970s-era San Carlos Apache cradleboard with the red, white and blue ric-rac is 27 inches long and came from the collection of a gentleman who was very active with healthcare issues on Arizona Indian reservations for decades, beginning in the 1960s. $220.