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#VintageBeginsHere at www.rubylane.com @rubylanecom --Zuni Style Mother of Pearl Bear Pendant

#VintageBeginsHere at www.rubylane.com @rubylanecom --Zuni Style Mother of Pearl Bear Pendant

Vintage Native  American Indian beaded coin purse

Vintage Native American Indian beaded coin purse

RARE Antique Metis Beadwork Gauntlet 19th C Native American Indian 1880's #nativeamerican found on Ruby Lane

RARE Antique Metis Beadwork Gauntlet 19th C Native American Indian 1880's #nativeamerican found on Ruby Lane

Vintage Navajo Blanket Native American 84" X 58" Rug Weaving Navajo circa 1915

Vintage Navajo Blanket Native American 84" X 58" Rug Weaving Navajo circa 1915

I have been authorized to present this brightly colored vintage Navajo blanket circa This was obtained from an estate located in Southern

Vintage Hand Made Beaded Native American Suede Leather Hand Bag

Vintage Hand Made Beaded Native American Suede Leather Hand Bag

This is a very nice hand made vintage hand bag or large pouch that is Native American made. The bag is made of a light neutral colored natural suede

Vintage Pair Of San Juan Pueblo Buffalo Dancer Dolls Native American  Hand Made One Of A Kind Circa 1940's  - found at www.rubylane.com @rubylanecom

Vintage Pair Of San Juan Pueblo Buffalo Dancer Dolls Native American Hand Made One Of A Kind Circa 1940's

Vintage Pair Of San Juan Pueblo Buffalo Dancer Dolls Native American Hand Made One Of A Kind Circa 1940's - found at www.rubylane.com @rubylanecom

Southern Cheyenne Woman's Stroud Cloth Dress With Early Coins And Brass Studded Wide Concho Belt

Southern Cheyenne Woman's Stroud Cloth Dress With Early Coins And Brass Studded Wide Concho Belt

A marvelous and unique dress collected from the Southern Cheyenne at the turn of the century, this dress was made well before World War I as the dates

1870-1880 Huge Pit River/Wintu Large Northern California Storage Basket

1870-1880 Huge Pit River/Wintu Large Northern California Storage Basket

This basket was collected in the late and was ethnographically used by the people themselves to collect and store local edibles...this is not a

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