SOLD! for $173.00.
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Collection of Southwest Indian items, 8 pcs. 1ST & 2ND ITEMS: two framed Native American Sand Paintings by James Chee, "Sun and Eagle" and "Sunburst". Good condition but one spot of wear on sunburst. Sight: 11-3/8' square; frame 16-3/4"square. 3RD ITEM: Sand image of Native American dancer on board, artist unknown, excellent condition, 7-3/4" H x 4" W, 20th century. 4TH ITEM: Oil on board by James King (Beeditlo), winter scene of Native American woman on horseback leading a horse with another Native American on foot through snowy canyons. Signed, Beeditlo, lower left. This painting won second place at Tanner's 11th Annual All Indian Invitational show, Scottsdale, AZ, 1982. Excellent condition. Sight3-1/2" H x 5-1/4" W. Framed: 16-1/4" H x 16-3/8" W. 5TH ITEM: Small Ildefonso watercolor by He Shi Flower of six Native American dancers, signed lower right "HE' Shi FLOWER 82", excellent condition, unframed. Heshi Flower is the daughterof Blue Corn, a San Ildefonso potter and Santiage Calabaza, a Santo Domingo silversmith. Sight: 1-3/4" H x 4-7/8" W, unframed: 6" H x 8-1/4" W. 1982. 6TH ITEM: Hopi, Pueblo pot by Tonita Nampeyo in a geometric design with colors of sienna,