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Skinner Auctions
Skinner Auctions Bolton MA
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  • Three Small Plains Hide Containers

    Lot: 140
    Sold for: $403$350

    Three Small Plains Hide Containers, a small rectangular painted parfleche, a beaded awl case, and a small beaded bag with simple floral devices and a roll beaded more ...

  • Northern Plains Beaded Hide Pipe Bag

    Lot: 141
    Sold for: $1,725$1,500

    Northern Plains Beaded Hide Pipe Bag, Cree, c. 1880s, the six-tab top edge beaded in pink, the panel beaded on both sides with multicolored bilateral floral devices on a white ground, the fringe more ...

  • Plains Beaded Hide Pipe Bag

    Lot: 142
    Sold for: $6,900$6,000

    Plains Beaded Hide Pipe Bag, Cheyenne, c. 1870s, the four-tab top edge beaded in white and white-center red seed beads, the buckskin bag sinew sewn with three feather devices on each side above the more ...

  • Central Plains Beaded Hide Pipe Bag

    Lot: 143
    Sold for: $1,265$1,100

    Central Plains Beaded Hide Pipe Bag, Lakota, c. late 19th century, the native tanned hide bag with three rows of beadwork descending to the central panel, with split hourglass devices on both sides, more ...

  • Central Plains Beaded Hide Pipe Bag

    Lot: 144
    Sold for: $3,220$2,800

    Central Plains Beaded Hide Pipe Bag, Lakota, c. last quarter 19th century, the yellow stained buckskin bag with a row of beadwork at the top, three rows of lazy-stitch beadwork descending to a lower more ...

  • Central Plains Beaded and Quilled Hide Pipe Bag

    Lot: 145
    Sold for: $1,955$1,700

    Central Plains Beaded and Quilled Hide Pipe Bag, Lakota, c. late 19th century, the buckskin bag roll beaded at the top with three lanes of beadwork descending to a lower panel beaded in multicolored more ...

  • Central Plains Polychrome Parfleche Case

    Lot: 146
    Sold for: $920$800

    Central Plains Polychrome Parfleche Case, Lakota, c. 1900, the small tubular lidded case laced with hide over a piece of blue trade cloth, with stacked triangular motifs in blue, red, green, and more ...

  • Central Plains Polychrome Parfleche Envelope

    Lot: 147
    Sold for: $863$750

    Central Plains Polychrome Parfleche Envelope, c. 1900, the front flaps painted with hourglass devices using blue, yellow, red, and green pigments, lg. 25 more ...

  • Central Plains Polychrome Parfleche Case

    Lot: 148
    Sold for: $920$800

    Central Plains Polychrome Parfleche Case, Lakota, c. 1900, the small rectangular case lashed with buckskin and painted with geometric and hourglass devices using red, blue, yellow, and green more ...

  • Plains Stone Headed Skull Cracker Club

    Lot: 149
    Sold for: $58$50

    Plains Stone Headed "Skull Cracker" Club, c. early 20th century, the muslin wrapped wood handle with both early and later beads, (bead loss and damage to head), lg. 25 more ...

  • Two Native American Items

    Lot: 150
    Sold for: $173$150

    Two Native American Items, a Central Plains "skull cracker" with bead-wrapped handle, and a small pair of Woodlands snowshoes with red wool detailing, (bead loss to club), club lg. 26 more ...

  • Two Beaded Plains Items

    Lot: 151
    Sold for: $374$325

    Two Beaded Plains Items, Eastern Sioux, a pair of hide moccasins, partially beaded with abstract floral motifs, and a fringed U-shaped pouch partially beaded with linear and cross devices, (minor more ...

  • Central Plains Beaded Hide Vest

    Lot: 152
    Sold for: $2,300$2,000

    Central Plains Beaded Hide Vest, Lakota, c. late 19th century, the fully beaded man's vest with geometric and tipi devices done in typical Lakota colors on a white ground, (damage, bead loss), more ...

  • Southwest Painted Hide Bow Case and Quiver

    Lot: 153
    Sold for: $2,415$2,100

    Southwest Painted Hide Bow Case and Quiver, Plains Apache, c. last quarter 19th century, the hide bow case with red and yellow details, contains the original sinew-backed bow, the well-worn quiver more ...

  • Two Southwest Items

    Lot: 154
    Sold for: $690$600

    Two Southwest Items, a red-stained fringed hide quiver with eleven arrows, some with steel points, and a painted wood and hide club with horsehair handle, the stone head detached, (damage to both), more ...

  • Plains Pipe Tomahawk

    Lot: 155
    Sold for: $14,950$13,000

    Plains Pipe Tomahawk, hand-forged head, ash stem pierced for smoking, file burned, incised with lightning device, pierced for suspension, and further decorated with forty flat-top brass tacks, more ...

  • Central Plains Polychrome Carved Wood Cane

    Lot: 156
    Sold for: $316$275

    Central Plains Polychrome Carved Wood Cane, probably Lakota, late 19th century, carved as twined diamond-form snakes, with traces of black and green pigments, lg. 31 in. Literature: John C. Ewers, more ...

  • Unusual Hitched Horsehair Covered Pipe Tomahawk

    Lot: 157
    Sold for: $690$600

    Unusual Hitched Horsehair Covered Pipe Tomahawk, c. early 20th century, possibly an early curio, the tomahawk form with elaborate polychrome hitched horsehair covering, stone axe-shaped pipe bowl, more ...

  • Plains Wood and Stone Pipe

    Lot: 158
    Sold for: $144$125

    Plains Wood and Stone Pipe, c. late 19th century, the short rectangular polychrome stem with carved mouthpiece in the form of a bird's head, with red pipe stone elbow-type bowl, (cracked and more ...

  • Central Plains Beaded Hide Knife Sheath

    Lot: 159
    Sold for: $460$400

    Central Plains Beaded Hide Knife Sheath, Lakota, c. 1900, the soft hide sheath beaded on one side with multicolored geometric devices on a yellow ground, roll beaded fringe off the point, lg. minus more ...

  • Central Plains Beaded Hide Pipe Bag

    Lot: 160
    Sold for: $863$750

    Central Plains Beaded Hide Pipe Bag, probably Lakota, c. 1900, the buffalo upper with no decoration, the central panel beaded on both sides with typical polychrome geometric devices on a white more ...

  • Plateau Beaded Hide Bag

    Lot: 161
    Sold for: $1,725$1,500

    Plateau Beaded Hide Bag, c. 1900, framed, the rectangular form beaded on the front with the image of a warrior in profile wearing a feather headdress and necklace with heart-shaped medallion, more ...

  • Plateau Beaded Cloth Pictorial Bag

    Lot: 162
    Sold for: $2,530$2,200

    Plateau Beaded Cloth Pictorial Bag, c. early 20th century, framed, partially beaded on the front, depicting a man and a woman in full attire each holding up a black tipped feather in their right more ...

  • Central Plains Childs Trade Cloth Dress

    Lot: 163
    Sold for: $3,738$3,250

    Central Plains Child's Trade Cloth Dress, Lakota, c. late 19th century, the blue trade cloth with selvage edge, calico-edged neck, six rows of dentilia shells sewn around the collar, further more ...

  • Northern Plains Beaded Hide Mans Moccasins

    Lot: 164
    Sold for: $2,185$1,900

    Northern Plains Beaded Hide Man's Moccasins, Crow, c. 1880s, the soft hide uppers partially beaded on the vamps with classic Crow designs in typical Crow colors, lg. 9 1/2 in. Provenance: more ...

  • Central Plains Fully Beaded Hide Moccasins

    Lot: 165
    Sold for: $9,775$8,500

    Central Plains Fully Beaded Hide Moccasins, Lakota, c. last quarter 19th century, the uppers beaded with linear and lightning devices in white-center red, navy blue, and yellow, with medium green more ...

  • Central Plains Womans Beaded High-top Moccasins

    Lot: 166
    Sold for: $9,775$8,500

    Central Plains Woman's Beaded High-top Moccasins, Arapaho, c. 1880s, moccasins and attached buckskin leggings beaded with multicolored geometric devices on a medium blue ground, the leggings more ...

  • Central Plains Beaded Hide and Tacked Cradleboard

    Lot: 168
    Sold for: $18,400$16,000

    Central Plains Beaded Hide and Tacked Cradleboard, probably Cheyenne, the beaded buffalo hide form attached to later boards, the large stepped diamond devices done in bottle green, greasy yellow, more ...

  • Plains Beaded Hide Cradle

    Lot: 169
    Sold for: $11,500$10,000

    Plains Beaded Hide Cradle, probably Cheyenne, c. 1880s, the buffalo hide form beaded with a classic Cheyenne pattern in white-center red, green, and dark blue beads on a white ground, the hide board more ...

  • Central Plains Beaded Hide Possible Bag

    Lot: 170
    Sold for: $1,265$1,100

    Central Plains Beaded Hide Possible Bag, the rectangular possibly buffalo hide bag beaded on the front only, with geometric and striped devices in light green, dark and medium blue, and white-center more ...