Best of Santa Fe 2003 2003-08-16 Auction - 505 Price Results - Allard Auctions Inc. in MT
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111: Richard Cultee110: Juan Quezada101: Acoma Jar
DoneAug 17, 2003 1:20 PM EDT
St. Ignatius, MT, United States
Auction Details

Best of Santa Fe 2003

This auction will feature the Plains beadwork collection of Dr. Robert Penor from Chadron, NE, over 200 pieces in all! Also available will be another smaller collection of Plains and Plateau beaded items, fantastic stone artifacts and 30 frames of Columbia River arrowheads from a Washington museum, a private collection of high-end original art and bronzes from a Phoenix estate, and a fantastic assortment of other items from tradebeads and jewelry to weavings, baskets, and pottery. Our annual event kicks off the festivities of Indian Market at the historic Santa Fe Plaza, but if you can’t make it in person, be sure to pre-register for the online auction so you don't miss out on any of the treasures we've made available. You can also visit our website at to peruse past auction catalogs and to get the upcoming auction schedule. Thanks for looking and hope to "see" you online!
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Pueblo Canteen: Fantastic, classic shape Zia pottery canteen with loop handles and polychrome floral designs. 3-1/2" x 7-1/2" x 6-1/2" Circa 1920
0001: Pueblo CanteenEst. $300-$600Lot Passed
Pueblo Bowl: Unusual polychrome pottery bowl with stylized dancing figures, geometrics, and line accent with spirit release. 2-3/4" x 7-3/4" x 7-1/4" Early 1900's
0002: Pueblo BowlEst. $250-$500Lot Passed
Pueblo Figure: Unusual hand formed and painted polychrome Tesuque pottery deer figure with spotted back - intact with old stress cracks. 5-1/2" x 2-1/4" x 6" Mid 1900's
0003: Pueblo FigureEst. $150-$300Lot Passed
Hopi Vase: Classic color and shape upright polychrome pottery vase with traditional stylized bird designs - has hairline crack down from rim. 9-1/2" x 4-1/2" Mid 1900's
0004: Hopi VaseEst. $250-$500Lot Passed
Fannie Nampeyo: Beautiful signed original Hopi pottery olla by this famous & noted potter. 5-1/2" x 7-1/2" Mid 1900's
0005: Fannie NampeyoEst. $400-$800Lot Passed
Joy Navasie: Fantastic polychrome black & red on buff Hopi pottery jar by the famous (2nd) Frog Woman, signed with her hallmark frog. 4-3/4" x 6-1/4" Circa 1970's
0006: Joy NavasieEst. $400-$800Lot Passed
Joy Navasie: Fantastic polychrome black & red on buff Hopi pottery wedding vase by the famous (2nd) Frog Woman, signed with her hallmark frog. 12" x 6-1/2" Circa 1970's
0007: Joy NavasieEst. $750-$1,500Lot Passed
Hopi Pottery: Classic, medium-sized pottery bowl with geometric and stylized designs in traditional colors - signed with a corn hallmark. 4-1/2" x 6" Circa 1940's
0008: Hopi PotteryEst. $150-$300Lot Passed
Julia Martinez: Beautiful signed original Santa Clara black-on-black pottery bowl with repeating stylized geometric designs. 2-1/2" x 5-1/2" Circa 1980
0009: Julia MartinezEst. $225-$450Lot Passed
Lucy Lewis: Signed original Acoma seed jar by this famous pottery - includes two books about Lucy Lewis. 6" x 4" Circa 1970
0010: Lucy LewisEst. $350-$700Lot Passed
S. Gishal: Finely worked, signed original sterling Navajo bracelet with layered and textured exterior, set with a single blue turquoise stone - retail $400. 5-3/4" + 1-1/2" opening Circa 1990's
0011: S. GishalEst. $125-$250Lot Passed
Leo Coriz: Beautiful concave-shaped sterling cuff bracelet set with 15 red branch coral stones by this deceased Santo Domingo master. 6" + 1" opening Circa 1970
0012: Leo CorizEst. $400-$800Lot Passed
Navajo Necklace: Classic & beautiful, graduated flat turquoise nugget necklace strung on brown shell heshi and with silver findings. 28" Circa 1980's
0013: Navajo NecklaceEst. $150-$300
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Zuni Bracelet: Unique, hollow, layered sterling cuff bracelet with jet and turquoise chip inlay designs with a roadrunner and cactus on each side. 5" + 1-1/8" opening Circa 1970's
0014: Zuni BraceletEst. $200-$400Lot Passed
Jennifer Curtis: Beautiful solid sterling Navajo watch bracelet with rows of round silver and repousse' stamped side accents - artist is daughter of master smith Thomas Curtis. 5-5/8" + 1-3/8" opening Circa 1990
0015: Jennifer CurtisEst. $150-$300Lot Passed
Mike Simplicio: A beautiful example of his classic inlay/overlay application of turquoise, coral, & jet stones set on mother-of-pearl, all on stamped sterling cuff bracelet. 5-1/2" + 1-1/2" opening Circa 1970
0016: Mike SimplicioEst. $150-$300Lot Passed
Navajo Bracelet: Well patinated sterling cuff bracelet with rows of half bands supporting a flattened top containing 11 beautiful turquoise stones. 5-1/4" + 1-1/4" opening Circa 1970
0017: Navajo BraceletEst. $150-$300
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Dennis Edaakie: Superfine 3-segment Zuni inlay necklace with two hummingbirds and a red cardinal - purchase price at Ortega's in 1985 was $840 - signed "Dennis & Nancy Edaakie". 20" Circa 1980's
0018: Dennis EdaakieEst. $500-$1,000Lot Passed
Plains Dance Belt: Classic and shiny leather belt with 11 polished concave metal conchos. 2-1/4" x 32" Late 1900's
0019: Plains Dance BeltEst. $100-$200Lot Passed
Plains Dance Belt: Hand stamped German silver concho belt with 7 original stamped conchos, two replacements, and 18 brass button spacers. 2-1/4" x 40" Mid 1900's
0020: Plains Dance BeltEst. $100-$200Lot Passed
Antique Tradebeads: Classic & beautiful strand of cobalt blue, round and elongated Cornelian beads of various sizes and large red Dutch glass tradebeads. 28" Circa 1800's
0021: Antique TradebeadsEst. $125-$250Lot Passed
Antique Tradebeads: Rare longer string of old 4-layer red, white, and blue chevron tradebeads, some tubular and some rounded. 31" Circa 1800's
0022: Antique TradebeadsEst. $250-$500
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Antique Tradebeads: Set of four strands of colorful, high polish, round glass tradebeads. 22" Mid 1900's
0023: Antique TradebeadsEst. $100-$200Lot Passed
Antique Tradebeads: Larger strand of graduated 4-layer red, white, and blue chevrons with a rare 6-layer green one in the center. 30" Early 1900's
0024: Antique TradebeadsEst. $200-$400Lot Passed