Ancient, Ethnographic & Tribal Arts

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ANCIENT, ETHNOGRAPHIC & TRIBAL ARTS

Lot 303. Kashmir Moon Shawl, India, Late 18th/Early 19th C.

Live and Online Auction: Sunday, February 23, 2020, 11AM ET Exhibition: February 20-22, 11AM-4PM

Featuring The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. Including consignments from the Allan Stone Collection, New York; Apsara Arts of Asia; David and Barbara Fraser, Yardley, PA; Shirley Fiterman Trust, Minneapolis, MN; and many other fine estates and private collections.

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Lot 538. Indonesian Ceremonial Tapis With Gold Thread Detail


ANCIENT, ETHNOGRAPHIC & TRIBAL ARTS Live and Online Auction: Sunday, February 23, 2020, 11AM ET Exhibition: February 20-22, 11AM-4PM

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Featuring The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. Including consignments from the Allan Stone Collection, New York; Apsara Arts of Asia; David and Barbara Fraser, Yardley, PA; Shirley Fiterman Trust, Minneapolis, MN; and many other fine estates and private collections.

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Lot 1. Pre-Columbian Veracruz Pottery Head Fragment, Ht. 9� 4


Lot 2. Pre-Columbian Jalisco Pottery Standing Warrior Figure, Ht. 17.5� 5


Lot 6. Pre-Columbian Chinesco Pottery Pregnant Figure, Ht. 8.5� 6


Lot 9. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Warrior, Ht. 20� 7


Lot 11. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Seated Female Figure, Ht. 20.5� 8


Lot 12. Nayarit Pottery Standing Female Figure, Ht. 23.5� 9


Lot 61. Pre-Columbian Taino Duho Ritual Wooden Seat 10


Lot 62. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE) Rare Stone Anthropic Cohoba Stand 11


Lot 103. 3 Native American Iroquois Beaded Bags, Late 19th C. 12


Lot 105. Native American Iroquois Beaded Bandolier Bag 13


Lot 107. Pacific NW Kwakiutl-Nootka Potlatch Cedar Mat 14


Lot 109. Old Pacific Northwest Native American Mask

Lot 108. Old Haida Hawk Mask and a Small Totem Pole 15


Lot 121. Annette Nancarrow (1907-1991) Jewelry Group 16


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Lot 132. Silver and Turquoise Islamic Seal Dated 1345 AH 18


Lot 134. Old Moroccan Berber Necklace with Amber and Coral 19


Lot 144. Rare 19th C. Brass Collar, Teke, Congo 20


Lot 149. African Yoruba Four Eshu Figural Group, Nigeria 21


Lot 150. Monumental Senufo Porpianong Bird Figure, Ht. 70� 22


Lot 159. Fine African Kongo Fetish Figure, DRC, Late 19th C. 23


Lot 161. African Chokwe Pwo Mask, DRC. 24


Lot 166. African Baule Standing Figure, Ivory Coast 25


Lot 172. Large Chief’s Bamileke Ndop Indigo Cloth, Early 20th C. 26


Lot 173. Large Chief’s Bamileke Ndop Indigo Cloth, Early 20th C. 27


Lot 174. Set of Six Antique African Metal Currency Swords, 70�

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Lot 178. Superb African Makonde Helmet Mask

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Lot 186. African Senufo Janiform Firespitter Mask

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Lot 282. 19th C. Monpa Ceremonial Mask, Nepal

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Lot 187. Monumental African Igbo Mask, Nigeria, Ht. 57� 32


Lot 189. Monumental African Nafana Bedu Carved Mask, Ht. 99� 33


Lot 190. Monumental African Igbo Shrine Figure, Nigeria, Ht. 99” 34

Lot 201. African Nafana Bedu Plank Mask, 19th c., Ht. 74”


Lot 184. Fine African Baga Snake Headdress (Front and Side) 35


Lot 213. African Bamana/Bozo Mother & Child Puppet, Ht. 57� 36


Lot 267. African Congo Power Figure 37


Lot 305. Kashmir Shawl, India, Early 19th C. 38


Lot 304. Kashmir Moon Shawl, India, Mid 19th C. 39


Lot 302. Kashmir Moon Shawl, India, Late 18th/Early 19th C.

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Lot 306. Kashmir Shawl, India, Early 19th C.

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Lot 395. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Early/Mid 20th C. 42


Lot 396. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Early 20th C. 43


Lot 471. Antique Woman’s Chyrpi, Turkmenistan (Front) 44


Lot 471. (Back) 45


Lot 468. 19th C. Silk Embroidered Shawl, Sind, Pakistan

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Lot 503. Malaysian Dayak Beaded Baby Carrier, Borneo

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Lot 491. Monumental Maori Relief Carved House Panel, Ht. 96.5�

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Lot 492. Toraja Peoples Water Buffalo Sarcophagus (Erong), Celebes Islands, Indonesia

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Lot 514. Antique Kayan Dayak Beaded Panel

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Lot 518. Antique Yao Shaman’s Silk Embroidered Robe (Front)

Lot 518. (Back) 51


Lot 529. Antique Pua Kombu Ikat Textile, 78’’ x 44’’ 52


Lot 534. Pua Kombu Ceremonial Ikat Textile, Early 20th C. 53


Lot 535. Antique Pua Kombu Ceremonial Ikat Textile 54


Lot 536. 2 Iban Textiles, Borneo 55


Lot 538. Indonesian Ceremonial Tapis With Gold Thread 56


Lot 599. Large Antique Tibetan Dolpo Blanket with Tingri 57


1. Pre-Columbian Veracruz Pottery Head Fragment. Remojadas, East Mexico, 400 - 600 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 9’’ x 8’’ x 4.75’’ (23 x 20 x 12 cm). Height on stand: 17.5” (44 cm). $800-1200

2. Pre-Columbian Jalisco Pottery Standing Warrior Figure. 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 17.5’’ x 11.5’’ x 5’’ (44 x 29 x 13 cm). $1000-2000 1

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3. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Standing Warrior. 200 BCE- 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 14.5’’ x 10.5’’ x 5’’ (37 x 27 x 13 cm). $400-600

4. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Seated Female Figure. Depicted with earrings, four-strand necklace, and bracelets on wrists and upper arms. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 15’’ x 10’’ x 9.5’’ (38 x 25 x 24 cm). $300 -500

5. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Gourd-shaped Figure, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 7.5” x 5.5” x 5” (19 x 14 x 13 cm). $300-500

6. Pre-Columbian Chinesco Pottery Pregnant Female Figure, State of Nayarit, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 8.5’’ x 4’’ x 6.5’’ (22 x 10 x 17 cm). $3000-5000

7. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Warrior with Armor and Club, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 17.5’’ x 7’’ x 5.5’’ (44 x 18 x 14 cm). $1000-2000

8. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Warrior Figure with Barrel Armor and Club. 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 12.5’’ x 5’’ x 4.5’’ (32 x 13 x 11 cm). $1500-2500

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9. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Warrior Figure with Armor and Club. 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 20’’ x 7.5’’ x 8’’ (51 x 19 x 20 cm). $4000-6000

10. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Seated Male Warrior with Barrel Armor and Club. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 17’’ x 7’’ x 7.75’’ (43 x 18 x 20 cm). $3000-5000. 9

10 11. Nayarit Pottery Seated Female Figure. 200 BCE 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 20.5’’ x 8.5’’ x 9’’ (52 x 22 x 23 cm). $5000-10000

12. Nayarit Pottery Standing Female Figure. 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 23.5’’ x 9.5’’ x 7’’ (60 x 24 x 18 cm). $5000-10000 11

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13. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Seated Female Figure. 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 15.5’’ x 6.5’’ x 5.5’’ (39 x 17 x 14 cm). $5000-9000

14. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Standing Female Figure. 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 18.5’’ x 8.5’’ x 6.5’’ (47 x 22 x 17 cm). $4000-8000 13

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15. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Seated Female Figure. 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 12’’ x 6.5’’ x 5.5’’ (30 x 17 x 14 cm). $2000-4000

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16. Veracruz Terracotta Head. 300 - 600 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 7’’ x 7’’ x 3.5’’ (18 x 18 x 9 cm); Height on stand: 12” (30 cm). $400-800

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17. Pre-Columbian Veracruz Carved Stone Head. 300 - 600 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 6” x 5.5” x 4” (15 x 14 x 10 cm); Height on stand: 11” (28 cm). $200-400

18. Zapotec Pottery Seated Female Figure, 200-500 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 15.5’’ x 7.75’’ x 5’’ (39 x 20 x 13 cm). Multiple repairs. $400-900

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19. Pre-Columbian Jalisco Pottery Seated Female Figure. Ameca style, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 13.5’’ x 8.5’’ x 7’’ (34 x 22 x 18 cm). $2000-4000

20. Pre-Columbian Colima Pottery Seated Male Figure, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 11.5’’ x 6.5’’ x 7.75’’ (29 x 17 x 20 cm). $3000-5000. 21. Pre-Columbian Colima Pottery Seated Figure, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 11.5’’ x 8.5’’ x 8.25’’ (29 x 22 x 21 cm). $500-1000

21. Pre-Columbian Colima Pottery Seated Figure, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 11.5’’ x 8.5’’ x 8.25’’ (29 x 22 x 21 cm). $500-1000

22. Pre-Columbian Chupicuaro Pottery Seated Figure. State of Michoacan. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 14’’ x 9.5’’ x 5.5’’ (36 x 24 x 14 cm). $200-400

23. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Seated Figure Holding a Child. 200 BCE- 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 12’’ x 8’’ x 5.5’’ (30 x 20 x 14 cm). $300-600

24. Pre-Columbian Teotihuacan Style Pottery Seated Figure. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 14’’ x 10.5’’ x 5.5’’ (36 x 27 x 14 cm). $200-400

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25. Pre-Columbian Jalisco Pottery Seated Figure. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 14’’ x 8.5’’ x 9.5’’ (36 x 22 x 24 cm). $300 -600

26. Pre-Columbian Jalisco Pottery Seated Figure. 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 11’’ x 8.5’’ x 5’’ (28 x 22 x 13 cm). $800-1200

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28. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Zoomorphic Vessel, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 7.75’’ x 7’’ x 8.5’’ (20 x 18 x 22 cm). $400-600

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29. Pre-Columbian Chinesco Pottery Seated Figure. State of Nayarit, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 11.5’’ x 8.5’’ x 6’’ (29 x 22 x 15 cm). $1000-2000

30. Pre-Columbian Chinesco Pottery Seated Male Figure. State of Nayarit, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 11’’ x 6.25’’ x 6.5’’ (28 x 16 x 17 cm). $1000-2000. 29

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31. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Seated Figure Holding a Bowl, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 8.5’’ x 5’’ x 4.5’’ (22 x 13 x 11 cm). $500-1000

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32. Pre-Columbian Jalisco Pottery Crouching Female Birthing Figure. State of Nayarit, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 6’’ x 5.75’’ x 7’’ (15 x 15 x 18 cm). $400-600

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33. Pre-Columbian Jalisco Pottery Figure of a Flute Player. 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 23.5’’ x 12.5’’ x 10’’ (60 x 32 x 25 cm). $5000-10000

34. Pre-Columbian Jalisco Pottery Seated Female Figure. 200 BCE- 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 7.5’’ x 6’’ x 4.5’’ (19 x 15 x 11 cm). $200-400 33

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35. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Standing Figure, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 9’’ x 7.75’’ x 2’’ (23 x 20 x 5 cm). $200-400

36. Pre-Columbian Michoacan Pottery Pretty Lady Figure. 400 - 100 BCE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 9’’ x 4’’ x 1.5’’ (23 x 10 x 4 cm); Height on stand: 12” (30 cm). $200-400

37. Pre-Columbian Chinesco Pottery Standing Figure. State of Nayarit, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 6.5’’ x 3.5’’ x 1’’ (17 x 9 x 3 cm). $200-400

38. Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Figure, 200 BCE 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 6.75’’ x 3’’ x 2.75’’ (17 x 8 x 7 cm). $200-400

39. Two Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Figures. 200 BCE- 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Sizes: 1) 3’’ x 2.5’’ x 1.5’’ (8 x 6 x 4 cm); Height on stand: 4.5” (11 cm); 2) 4.75’’ x 3.5’’ x 2.5’’ (12 x 9 x 6 cm). $200-400

40. Pre-Columbian Michoacan Pottery Pretty Lady Figure. 400 BCE - 100 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 5.5’’ x 2.25’’ x 1’’ (14 x 6 x 3 cm); Height on stand: 8.5” (22 cm). $200-300. 41. Pre-Columbian Michoacan Pottery Pretty Lady Figure, 400 BCE - 100 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 4.5’’ x 2.5’’ x 1’’ (11 x 6 x 3 cm); Height on stand: 7.25” (18 cm). $200-300

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41. Pre-Columbian Michoacan Pottery Pretty Lady Figure, 400 BCE - 100 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 4.5’’ x 2.5’’ x 1’’ (11 x 6 x 3 cm); Height on stand: 7.25” (18 cm). $200-300

42. Pre-Columbian Colima Pottery Flat Standing Figure Holding a Dog. 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 5’’ x 2.75’’ x 1.5’’ (13 x 7 x 4 cm); Height on stand: 8” (20 cm). $200-300 41

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43. Pre-Columbian Michoacan Pottery Pretty Lady Figure, 400 BCE - 100 BCE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 5’’ x 2.75’’ x 1.5’’ (13 x 7 x 4 cm); Height on stand: 8” (20 cm). $200-400

44. Pre-Columbian Michoacan Pottery Figure, 400 BCE - 100 BC. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 7” x 3” x 1” (18 x 8 x 3 cm); Height on stand: 9.5” (24 cm). $200-400 43

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45. Pre-Columbian Michoacan Pottery Standing Female Figure, 400 BCE - 100 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 4.75’’ x 2.25’’ x 1’’ (12 x 6 x 3 cm); Height on stand: 7.5” (19 cm). $200-300

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46. Pre-Columbian Michoacan Pottery Pretty Lady Figure, 400 - 100 BCE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 6.5” x 3” x 1” (17 x 8 x 3 cm); Height on stand” 9.5” (24 cm). $200-400

47. Pre-Columbian Colima Pottery Standing Figure, 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 8’’ x 4.75’’ x 1.5’’ (20 x 12 x 4 cm); Height on stand: 11.5” (29 cm). $300-500

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48. Two Pre-Columbian Jalisco Pottery Seated Figures. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Sizes: 1) 6’’ x 4.5’’ x 3’’ (15 x 11 x 8 cm); 2) 6’’ x 5’’ x 3.5’’ (15 x 13 x 9 cm). $400-600

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49. Three Pre-Columbian Nayarit Pottery Figures. 200 BCE - 200 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Sizes: 1) 6.75’’ x 4’’ x 2’’ (17 x 10 x 5 cm); 2) 6.5’’ x 4’’ x 1.75’’ (17 x 10 x 4 cm); 3) 6.5’’ x 4’’ x 2.5’’ (17 x 10 x 6 cm). $600-900

50. Two Pre-Columbian Colima Pottery Figures and a Whistle. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Sizes: 1) 1.25’’ x 1.25’’ x 1.75’’ (3 x 3 x 4 cm); 2) 6.25’’ x 4.25’’ x 4’’ (16 x 11 x 10 cm); 3) 9’’ x 4.25’’ x .5’’ (23 x 11 x 1 cm). $300 -500

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51. Three Pre-Columbian Pottery Figures. Including a Veracruz standing figure, a Tlatilco seated figure and a Veracruz seate female figure. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Sizes: 1) 8’’ x 4’’ x 2.75’’ (20 x 10 x 7 cm); 2) 7’’ x 4.5’’ x 1.5’’ (18 x 11 x 4 cm); 3) 6.5’’ x 4’’ x 1.5’’ (17 x 10 x 4 cm). $200-400

52. Pre-Columbian Jalisco Pottery Standing Female Figure and Two Other Small Jalisco Style Figures. 200 BCE - 200 CE, and later. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Sizes: 1) 3.75” x 2.75” x 1.25” (10 x 7 x 3 cm); 2) 3.5” x 2.5’’ x 1.5’’ (9 x 6 x 4 cm); 3) 7.25’’ x 4.25’’ x 1.5’’ (18 x 11 x 4 cm). $200-400

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53. Group of Six Pre-Columbian Pottery Vessels. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Ranging in size from: 5’’ x 4’’ x 4’’ (13 x 10 x 10 cm) to 5’’ x 5.25’’ x 5’’ (13 x 13 x 13 cm). $200-400

54. Four Pre-Columbian Michoacan Pottery Figures. 400 - 100 BCE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Sizes ranging from: 2.75” x 1.2” x 1/2” (7 x 3 x 2 cm) to 3.75” x 3.75” x.8” (10 x 10 x 2 cm). $300-500

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55. Pre-Columbian Pottery Tripod Bowl, Costa Rica. Circa 1000 CE. Cream colored bowl with orange and brown paint, and jaguar head legs. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 7.5’’ x 13.5’’ x 13.5” (19 x 34 x 34 cm). $200-400

56. Pre-Columbian Hohokam Pottery Bowl. Paint decorated with snakes, hash marks and circles. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 2.5’’ x 15.5’’ x 15.5”(6 x 39 x 39 cm). $300-500

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57. Two Pre-Columbian Mayan Pottery Bowls,800-1400 CE. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Sizes: 1) 2’’ x 9.5’’ (5 x 24 cm); 2) 2.25’’ x 5.75’’ (6 x 15 cm). $200-300

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58. Ban Chiang (300 BCE-200 CE) vessel with red on cream painted decoration, Thailand, Cf. Joyce White Ban Chiang: Discovery of a Lost Bronze Age. Ex-collection Beurdeley & Cie. Bought at DrouotRichelieu auction in Paris; and pottery anvil of the sort used to make the vessel, c. 300 BCE-200 CE. Sizes: 1) Vessel, 8.75’’ x 7’’ (22 x 18 cm) diameter; 2) Anvil, 4.4’’ x 4.25’’ (11 x 11 cm) Diameter. Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $500-1000

59. Pre-Columbian Long Rectangular Carved Stone Bead or Pendant. Variegated greenish stone with carved bands at either end. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 6” x .5” x .5” (15 x 1 x 1 cm). $200-400

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61. Pre-Columbian Taino Duho Ritual Wood Seat. Possibly depicting the fertility goddess Atabey. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 25’’ x 8’’ x 14.5’’ (64 x 20 x 37 cm). $3000-5000

62. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE) An Exceedingly Rare Stone Anthropic Cohoba Stand. The large eyes and gaping mouth attributed to the supreme male god of fertility, Yucahu. Made from marble. Drilled earspools as well as arm and leg joints. Well defined anatomical relief with profuse symbolic designs. The top of the head in cupped shape to retain cohoba, the Hallucinogenic drug consumed during transformation rituals. Most cohoba stands are made of wood and stone examples are extremely rare. Stands were the primary statuary in religious ceremonies. The Taino believed that the cohoba ingested from the god’s head contained his essence and thus his wisdom through consumption. Originating from the Alexander Rood collection, 1945-1990. Sold to Alfred Carrada in 1990. Currently the Carrada collection. Size: 12.5’’ x 7’’ x 4.5’’ (32 x 18 x 11 cm). $3000-4000

63. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE). A wonderfully conceived masterpiece of Taino art. Simple yet elegant. A bat shaped shallow cohoba bowl. Used to contain the hallucinogen cohoba during shamanic rituals. Bats were considered the shamans mystical ally and helped retrieve the souls of the sick at night. Two heads at either end of bowl. One a bat head the other human, symbolic of the human to bat transition. Finely detailed rim. Stone. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 10.5’’ x 7’’ (27 x 18 cm). $1000-2000

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64. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE) Anthropic full figure female effigy. This is probably an ancestral deity who formerly held an elite position in Taino society and revered later in folklore. Made of hefty magnetite with strong positive field, probably adding to the mystic quality idol. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 4.5’’ x 2’’ (11 x 5 cm). $250 -450

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65. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE). An elegant Woodpecker carved on vomit stick made from lignum vitae. Vomit sticks or purging spatulas were used prior to ingesting cohoba to rid the body of impurity’s that might effect the entropic effects of the drug. In Taino mythology Woodpeckers were an important symbol of fertility. According to legend they opened neutrally gendered females for sexual encounter. Well detailed and quite realistic. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 17’’ x 1.5’’ (43 x 4 cm); Height on Stand: 18.5” (47 cm). $1500-2500 66. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE) Full figure Cohoba inhaler. Type 2. Subject is female and pushing stomach possibly depicting Atabey goddess of fertility or one of the female wind goddesses. Nice precise detail. Incised symbolic leg bands. Holes at top of legs form eyes and slit, a nose for a secondary face. Also subjects nose and mouth add a third small head to the visual dialogue. Made of a hard metamorphic stone. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 4.5’’ x 2.25’’ (11 x 6 cm). $400-600

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67. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE) fine full figure rhinoceros iguana. Head elevated skyward and feet curl in what appears to be a reverent position. Raised area on nose resembles a frog head when viewed with iguana’s mouth. The legs give it an almost dog-like quality. The rear appears to be some kind of animal or insect representation. Quite complex. Quartzite. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 6’’ x 2’’ (15 x 5 cm). $600-800 68. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE) Wooden Zemi made of Lignum Vitae. This wood is related to the creosote tree and is bug and decay resistant. Therefore the Greater Antilles is fortunate to have rare wooden ceremonial goods that remain well preserved. Zemis are usually made of stone and wooden examples are extremely rare. The format is unusual with two handle-like extensions. The face likely represents Yucahu, the supreme god of fertility and planting. One “handle” has slight separation. From the Alexander Rood Collection 1945-1990. Purchased by Alfredo Carrada 1990. Currently Carrada Collection. Size: 13.5’’ x 5.5’’ x 5.5’’ (34 x 14 x 14 cm). $1000-2000

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69. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE) Bat Man . The turned up, triangulate nose and large cadaverous eyes are known symbolic references to the bat. The most common bat represented in Taino art is the fruit bat. The idol likely references the god of the dead, Maquetaurie Guayaba. Bats were common representatives of the deceased and in most Pre-Columbian lore they are the reincarnation of the dead. They are closely associated with shamans as mediators between the living (shaman) and deceased. On reverse, the shoulders affirm the bat association carved to represent a secondary bat-like face. Made of a metamorphic stone, probably a solidified sandstone. Alexander Rood collection 1945-1990. Sold to Alfredo Carrada in 1990. Currently Carrada collection. Size: 11.5’’ x 6.5’’ x 7’’ (29 x 17 x 18 cm). $1000-2000 70. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE). Impressive marble pendant. Hands pushing belly, vaginal slit and frog head brow suggests the primary goddess of fertility Atabey (frog mother). Typical eye margins. Well carved. Marble 3.9” comes with metal museum mount. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 4’’ x 2.75’’ (10 x 7 cm); Height on Stand: 4.5” (11 cm). $300-500

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74. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE) Anthropomorphic Full figure cacique (Chief), wearing a duck head headdress. Probably a clan figure. Cacique is posed as if sitting on a duho. A serpentinite type stone. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 7’’ x 3’’ (18 x 8 cm). $300-500 75. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE) Zemi. Pedestal head, Type 3. Strong features with large eyes and sharply rounded mouth. Frog head brow dominated forehead, interesting quartz inclusion divides face. Heavy, fine grained stone. Base incurvate, pecked and polished. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 4.5’’ x 2’’ (11 x 5 cm). $400-500

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76. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE) Fertility fid with face. These were typically used to deflower young maidens after their first menstruation. However the size of this piece may suggest it was used during religious ceremonies for planting first seasonal crops or even sacred plants of trees used for hallucinogens. The dynamic eye ridge merges with the headband forming a strong curvilinear design. Stone. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 6’’ x 1.5’’ (15 x 4 cm). $400-600 77. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE) Ceremonial Vomit stick. Full figure recumbent human with frog-like back legs and hands resting under chin, supporting head. The small size suggests it may have been used by an elite female or child. Made of a beautiful translucent marble. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 5.25’’ x 1.25’’ (13 x 3 cm). $400 -600

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78. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE) Frog mother pipe. Bowl features frog face while long arm reach from sides of bowl to center of stem. Stem has 3 bands of symbolic ideograms. Jasper like stone. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 1.5’’ x 4’’ x 1’’(4 x 10 x 3 cm). $400-600 79. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE) Nicely conceived male Anthropic figure. Not a pendant. Males are not as frequently depicted in TAINO art. The discrepancy points to a female based religious system. Unusual protruding ear ornaments. The figure likely represents a male ancestor. On reverse a second “ghost figure” is apparent. Support holes are the eyes, buttocks roundels the nose and legs the mouth. Made from a jasper like stone. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 4’’ x 2’’ (10 x 5 cm). $400-600

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81. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE). An elaborate double chambered figural bowl. Featuring two rhinoceros iguanas as handles. The rhinoceroses iguana still lives in the Dominican Republic and is identified by a central nob on its nose. Four nubby supports at base. Made from calcite. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 5.5’’ x 5’’ (14 x 13 cm). $1000-1500

82. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE) Framed necklace. Found in Haiti. Containers 5 andesite pendants. The Haitian Taino typically used this type of stone or shell for their pendants. Either limited by available stone or ability, the indigenous art from this end of Hispaniola was crude compared to the Northern side of the island. Still this necklace represents some of their better efforts. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 7”L (sight); 13’’ x 11’’, 33 x 28 cm (frame). $400-600

83. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE). Framed stone necklace with 7 Anthropic figures depicting as if sitting on a duho. This style was associated with ancestral worship. All spacer beads are stone. A rare example where matched pendants are still together. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Size: 6”, 15 cm (Sight); 13’’ x 11’’, 33 x 28 cm (frame). $1000-1500

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84. Taino (c. 1000-1500 CE). Framed examples of progression of art work by Taino craftsmen. Stone. Provenance: Larry Roberts, author of Taino Sculpture: Art of the Gods. Carvings range in size from: 1’’ x 1’’ (3 x 3 cm) to 1.5’’ x 1.5’’ (4 x 4 cm); 11’’ x 9’’, 28 x 23 cm (frame). $100 -200

85. Pre-Columbian Style Carved Stone Mask. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 6’’ x 5.5’’ (15 x 14 cm). $300-500

86. Pre-Columbian Style Carved Stone Mask. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 6.5’’ x 6.5’’ (17 x 17 cm). $300-500

87. Large Shipibo Storage Vessel, Peru. Paint decorated clay. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 23.5’’ x 26’’ x 26” (60 x 66 x 66 cm). $300-500

88. Large Shipibo Storage Vessel, Peru. Paint decorated clay. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 19’’ x 23’’ x 23” (48 x 58 x 58 cm). $300-500

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91. 4 Bolivian coca leaf bags woven in camelid fiber including: chuspa with characteristic design (unchanged for 1000 years) with unusual trim feature, Southern Altiplano, 1000 - 1600 CE, 27 x 22 cm; fine chuspa in perfect condition, heirloom coca bag of the Pacasa tribe Achiri, Pacajes Province, 1900 CE, 12 x 15 cm; very fine bag probably for lime but possibly for small amounts of coca leaf, some weft breakage, South Coast, Peru, Huari Culture, 700 - 1000 CE, 10 x 10 cm; and wedding coco leaf bag, Challa, 1900 CE, 13 x 11 cm. Ranging in size from: 4’’ x 4’’ (10 x 10 cm) to 9’’ x 10.5’’ (23 x 27 cm). $200-300 92. Collection of 6 Pre-Columbian Textiles including: plant bast and camelid fiber headband/llautu modeled on the sling format with 8 seabirds, possibly Magnificent Frigate birds, the largest on the Pacific coast and more common from North Peru to Panama North Coast Peru, 1200-1500 CE, pouch: 25 cm x 2 cm, overall: 55”; bag strap in camelid fiber with alternating renditions of Chunchu with paired, mirror image birds in 2 phases, made for a chuspa, South Coast, Peru, 1200-1600 CE, 51 x 3 cm; pebble weave strap in camelid fiber of paired, facing bird repeats in typical serial imagery, excellent condition, Central Coast, Peru, 1200 - 1600 CE, 4 x 90 cm; camelid fiber strap on loom with a thick band left unfinished showing facing Viscachas, the mountain god’s aides, Central Coast, Peru, 700 - 1200 CE, 26 x 2.5 cm (woven section); a broad, thick and well woven woman’s belt with slight center damage, camelid fiber, South Coast, Peru, 1200 - 1600 CE, 150 x 11 cm.; a very fine fragment with Chunchu holding the 8 pointed Inca star in his belly and profile felines, camelid fiber, South Coast, Peru, 1400 - 1600 CE, 29 x 4 cm. Ranging in size from: 12’’ x 1’’ (30 x 3 cm) to 59’’ x 5’’ (150 x 13 cm). $200-400 93. Excellent condition coca cloth with Venus symbols in rare long float technique, cotton fiber, 1200 -1600 CE, Central Coast, Peru. Size: 15.5’’ x 17.5’’ (39 x 44 cm). $100 -300 94. Pre-Columbian Woman’s Mantle, Lake Titicaca, 12001600 CE, Camelid Fiber. Approx 3/4 section of a woman’s mantle from the capital of the Colla people. Size: 49’’ x 42’’ (124 x 107 cm). $100-300 95. Group of Inuit Carved Stone Animal Figures. Together with a carved stone container and diminutive bone seal group. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Ranging in size from: 1.25’’ x 4.5’’ x 1.75’’ (3 x 11 x 4 cm) to 4’’ x 8’’ x 3’’ (10 x 20 x 8 cm). $300-500

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96. Pre-Columbian Style Carved Stone Head. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 18’’ x 7.5’’ x 9’’ (46 x 19 x 23 cm). $300-500

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97. 2 Amazonian baskets: one twined with charcoal marking and another twined and attributed to the Yanomami People, Brazil. Collected in 1980’s. Sizes: 1) 4.5’’ x 12’’ (11 x 30 cm); 2) 4.5’’ x 10’’ (11 x 25 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400 97

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99. Antique Native American twined and pitchcovered water jug, Apache. Size: 10’’ x 7.5’’ (25 x 19 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $300-600

100. Modoc/Klamath woven basket, tule wefts with dyed porcupine quill design, reportedly collected between 1885-1910 by Mr. Stray Horn and given to Gay Williamson in 1945. Size: 2.25’’ x 4’’ (6 x 10 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400

101. Antique Native American Toy Cradle, Hupa, twined basketry, c. 1890. Size: 18.5’’ x 7’’ (47 x 18 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400

102. Twined Klamath basket bowl, probably Modoc or other Klamath River tribe. Size: 5’’ x 11’’ (13 x 28 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $300-600

103. Native American Iroquois or Cree Beaded Octopus Bag, late 19th century and Two Beaded Cloth Pouches,Framed. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 39’’ x 9.75’’ (99 x 25 cm); 2) 11.5’’ x 5.25’’ (29 x 13 cm); 3) 5’’ x 6’’ (13 x 15 cm). $800-1200

104. Native American Apache Beaded Leather Bag. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 22’’ x 8.5’’ (56 x 22 cm). $300-500

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105. Native American Iroquois Beaded Bandolier Bag. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 41’’ x 14’’ (104 x 36 cm). $400-800

106. Two Plains Stone Headed Clubs. Wooden handles, one encased with bead decoration, each with shaped stone heads. Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 32’’ x 8’’ (81 x 20 cm); 2) 25’’ x 7.5’’ (64 x 19 cm). $300-500 106 107. Pacific Northwest Native American, Kwakiutl-Nootka Potlatch Paint Decorated Cedar Mat, circa 1910. Framed. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 34’’ x 64’’, 86 x 163 cm (object); 40.5’’ x 67.75’’, 103 x 172 cm (frame). $300-500

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108. Fine Old Haida Hawk Mask. The mask paintdecorated carved wood with mother-of pearl teeth. Provenance: Reynold C. Kerr Gallery, Inc., New York; Allan Stone Gallery, New York. Together with a Diminutive Totem Pole. Sizes: 1) 15’’ x 8.5’’ x 2’’ (38 x 22 x 5 cm). Height on Stand: 16” (41 cm); 2) 7.5’’ x 7’’ x 5’’ (19 x 18 x 13 cm). $500-800

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110. Group of 7 Hopi Kachina Dolls: 1) Honan Katsina (Badger) by Denet, Danni. 10”; 2) Sai-astasana (Zuni Rain Priest of the North) by Tenakhongva, Clark. 11”; 3) Monongya (Lizard Kachina) by Fred Ross. 8”; 4) Mastuf/ Mastof (Death Fly Kachina) by Tenakhongva, Clark. 9”; 5) Honan Katsina (Badger) by Denet Chavarria, Manuel. 8”; 6) Aholi (Eototo’s Lieutenant) by Tsavadawa, Bertram. 9”; 7) Pawik (Duck) by Tsavadawa, Bertram. 16”. Ranging in size from: 10’’ x 2’’ x 3’’ (25 x 5 x 8 cm) to 16.25’’ x 5’’ x 3.5’’ (41 x 13 x 9 cm). $600-900

111. African Trade Bead and Other Necklaces. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Ranging in size from: 5.5” (14 cm) to 23” (58 cm). $200 -400

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112. Navajo and Mexican Silver Jewelry Group. Including four Navajo cuff bracelets, turquoise pin and a Mexican multi-hinged silver and turquoise bracelet. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. (5 items). Ranging in size from: 2” (5 cm) to 7” (18 cm). $300-500

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113. Navajo and Zuni Silver Jewelry Group. Including turquoise and hardstone inlaid rings, earrings and pins. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Ranging in size from: .5” (1 cm) to 2” (5 cm). $200-400

114. Navajo Silver Jewelry Group. Including a ball necklace and eight silver rope-twist bracelets. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Ranging in size: 2.25” (6 cm) to 18.5” (47 cm). $200-400

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115. Navajo Turquoise Nugget Necklace. With coral and shell beads. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 29” (74 cm). $200 -400

116. Group of Handmade Mexican Jewelry. With PreColumbian Style Elements. Including one cuff, arrowhead, hook and two necklaces, one possibly by Annette Nancarrow (1907-1991). Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Ranging in size from: 1.5 (4 cm) to 16” (41 cm). $200-300

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117. Four Navajo Silver and Turquoise Bracelets. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. All sized at: 2.5” (6 cm). $300-500

118. Navajo Silver and Turquoise Squash Blossom Necklace. Unmarked. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 26” (66 cm). $200 -400

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119. Near Eastern, Asian and African Jewelry Group. INcluding: bracelets, necklace, rings and plaques. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Ranging in size from: 1” (3 cm) to 18.5” (47 cm). $200-300

120. Pre-Columbian Style Jewelry Group. Including: earrings, pins, beaded necklaces and a 14kt gold necklace. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Ranging in size from: 1.5” (4 cm) to 37” (94 cm). $300-500

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121. Annette Nancarrow (1907-1991) Jewelry Group. Vintage handmade Mexican jewelry with Pre- Columbian elements, c. 1940. Stamped: “Nancarro Mexico.” Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. $500-1000

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122. Heavy silver torque necklace, Sindh people, India, 19c.Size: 26” (66 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $400-800

123. Finely detailed low grade silver Bedouin belt composed of 15 pieces and buckle on leather with bells, Yemeni silverwork, circa 1840-1890. Size: 34’’ x 5.5’’ (86 x 14 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $300-500

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124. Pair of heavy Hmong silver hair pins with removable caps, Laos. C.f. France Borel, The Splendor of Ethnic Jewelry, p. 182. Both sized at: 9’’ x 1’’ (23 x 3 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $300-600

126. Ethnographic metal lot including 3 vintage/ antique engraved Lassi glasses used for serving yoghurt, Rajasthan, India and 3 silvered bronze processional hand crosses, pre-1950, Ethiopia. Cf. C Beckwith and A Fisher African Art, pp. 46-47 and 62-63. Size: 19.5’’ x 8.5’’ x 6.25’’ (50 x 22 x 16 cm). Height on stand: 21.5” (55 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200 -400 126

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127. Antique Tibetan Gau/ prayer box, silver and turquoise with gilded sides, early 20th c. Size: 25’’ x 8’’ x 6’’ (64 x 20 x 15 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200 -400

128. Tibetan Gau Box with turquoise, gold, silver, old and heavy with filigree work. Size: 6’’ x .5’’ x .5’’ (15 x 1 x 1 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $400-800

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129. 2 tribal necklaces including one with 3 large silver beads and a number of smaller beads, and one composed of silver beads and hirz amulet called “muria necklace”, Argoba people, Ethiopia. Sizes: 1) 21” (53 cm); 2) 35” (89 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200 -400

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130. Silver torque necklace with five parallel cylinders with engraving, Hmong People, Thailand. C.f. France Borel, The Splendor of Ethnic Jewelry, p. 180 (top). Size: 7.5’’ x 7’’ (19 x 18 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $400-600

131. 2 tribal silver necklaces from Ghoprial, Swat Valley, Pakistan. Collected in Migora, Swat Valley, in 1994. Sizes: 1) 18” (46 cm); 2) 16.5” (42 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400

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132. Silver and turquoise Islamic seal with Arabic date of 1345 AH (1926 AD). Azerbaijan. Purchased In Peshawer in 1994. Size: 1.5’’ x 1.5’’ (4 x 4 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400

133. Steel and brass crescent-shaped/bird form powder horn, Persia, 18th century. Size: 2.5’’ x 5.75’’ (6 x 15 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $400-800 133 132 134. Old Moroccan Berber necklace with amber and coral. Size: 14.5” (37 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $400-800

135. 3 tribal silver necklaces. Includes: 1) antique silver bead necklace made by Visulkula, a Sinhalese jewler c. 1894, Kandyan, Sri Lanka. 2) an antique Yemani silver necklace with triangular end pieces and worn by the Adere People, Ethiopia. 3) and silver necklace with box and stones worn by the Rashaida people, Ethiopia.Sizes: 1) 11.5” (29 cm); 2) 12” (30 cm); 3) 15’’ x 3.25’’ x 5’’ (38 x 8 x 13 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400

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137. Lot of tribal silver jewelry including: pair of silver anklets with triangular cross-section, Madya Pradesh, India, c. 1915; and 2 old silver bracelets worn by the Rashaida People of Ethiopia/Sudan. Cf. Angela Fisher Africa Adorned, pp. 278-279. Three measure: 3.5”(9 cm); One measures: 4.5” (11 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $300-500

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138. Lot of amber and amber-like beads including 3 strands of beads and 1 necklace of cylindrically cut pieces. Cf. Angela Fisher, Africa Adorned, pp. 180-181. Sizes: 1) 12” (30 cm); 2) 6” (15 cm); 3) 10” (25 cm); 4) 9” (23 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400

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139. 2 old silver tribal Bedouin necklaces with large silver cylinder centerpieces known as Hirz amulets. One with closed silver tube, cage and conical bead and the other with removable cap at one end of the cylinder used to carry prayers or relics. Sizes: 1) 15’’ x 6’’ x 2’’ (38 x 15 x 5 cm); 2) 19’’ x 5’’ x 1.5’’ (48 x 13 x 4 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400

140. 2 silver boxes, one lidded box in squash/pumpkin form from Cambodia and one with trellis and floral pattern from Kashmir/India. Sizes: 1) 2.5’’ x 4.75’’ x 1’’ (6 x 12 x 3 cm); 2) 4’’ x 5.5’’ x 3’’ (10 x 14 x 8 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400 140 141

141. 3 antique tribal accessories including: woman’s necklace, with brass bells and beads, Konyak Naga, India; Masai ear decoration, beaded leather, Kenya ; and woman’s head adornment, Lishaw/Lisu, Northern Kachin State, Myanmar. Sizes: 1) 10” (25 cm); 2) 13” (233 cm); 3) 5.25’’ x 2.25’’ (13 x 6 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-300

142. Silver necklace, probably made in Yemen and used by Rashaida tribe. Cf. Angela Fisher Africa Adorned, pp. 276-277. Purchased in Addis Ababa in 1997. Size: 21’’ x 6’’ (53 x 15 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $400-800 143 142

143. Bamun prestige collar/necklace, iron and bronze with cattle heads, made by lost-wax technique, Cameroon, c. 1940. Provenance: Purchased in Brussels from Martial Bronsin in 1998. Size: 13”, 33 cm (Diameter). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $400-800

144. 19th C. Brass collar, Teke, Congo. Provenance: Excollection of Werner Fischer (German), author of African Weapons. Cf. Angela Fisher Africa Adorned, p. 85, fig. 5. Purchased in Cape Town in 1997. Size: 12.5’’ x 13’’ (32 x 33 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $600-1200

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145. Wicker shield, Azande, Congo, late 19th/early 20th c. Size: 41.75’’ x 20.25’’ x 2.75’’ (106 x 51 x 7 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $600-1200

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146. 19th C. Wicker Shield, probably Azande, Congo. Size: 54’’ x 17’’ x 4’’ (137 x 43 x 10 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $500-1000

147. African Ejagham/Ekoi Janiform Helmet, Nigeria or Cameroon. Carved wood, hide and hair. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 16’’ x 11’’ x 12’’ (41 x 28 x 30 cm). Height on stand: 18” (46 cm). $500-1000

148. Pair of African Ngbaka Shrine Figures, DRC. Carved wood, on one stand. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Sizes: 1) 25’’ x 5.5’’ x 4.5’’ (64 x 14 x 11 cm); 2) 26.75’’ x 6’’ x 5’’ (68 x 15 x 13 cm). $1000-2000

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149. African Yoruba Four Eshu Figural Group, Nigeria. Carved wood with long cowrie shell strands. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 30.75’’ x 8’’ x 3’’ (78 x 20 x 8 cm); Height on stand: 32” (83 cm). $1000-2000

150. Monumental Senufo Porpianong Bird Figure. Burkina Faso, West Africa. Carved and paint decorated wood. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 70” x 26.5” x 12.25” (178 x 67 x 31 cm). $3000-5000

151. Monumental West African Igbo Shrine Figure. Nigeria.Male figure, carved and paint decorated wood. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 64’’ x 11.5’’ x 8’’ (163 x 29 x 20 cm). $1000-1500

152. Monumental West African Igbo Shrine Figure. Nigeria. Female figure, carved and paint decorated wood. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 66” x 11.5” x 8” (168 x 29 x 20 cm). $1000-2000

153. West African Igbo Shrine Figure. Nigeria/ Carved and paint decorated wood, with rafia ankle bands. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 56’’ x 13’’ x 9’’ (142 x 33 x 23 cm). $1000-2000

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154. African Igbo Shrine Figure, Nigeria. Carved and paint decorated wood. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 47” x 7.5” x 5.5” (119 x 19 x 14 cm); Height on stand: 50.5” (128 cm). $500-1000

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155. Three African Asante Akuaba Fertility Dolls, Ghana. Carved wood and bead decorated. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Sizes: 1) 12’’ x 5’’ x 1’’ (30 x 13 x 3 cm); 2) 14.5’’ x 6.5’’ x 2’’ (37 x 17 x 5 cm); 3) 15’’ x 5.5’’ x 2’’ (38 x 14 x 5 cm). $500 -1000

154 156. Pair of African Yoruba Ibeji (Twins) Figures, Nigeria. Carved and paint decorated wood with beaded jewelry and cowrie shell strands. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Sizes: 1) 10.25’’ x 3.5’’ x 2’’ (26 x 9 x 5 cm); 2) 10’’ x 4’’ x 3’’ (25 x 10 x 8 cm). $300-500

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157. Two African Baule Figures. One with carved scarification on torso, the other bead-decorated. Size: 14’’ x 2.5’’ x 2.5’’ (36 x 6 x 6 cm) and Size: 14’’ x 3’’ x 3’’ (36 x 8 x 8 cm). Ex Collection/Estate of John Frederick Harbeson and Georgiana Brown Harbeson, Philadelphia. $400-600

158. African Hemba Figural Stool, DRC. Carved wood female figure supporting the flat seat with her head and outstretched arms. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 17’’ x 8’’ x 6.5’’ (43 x 20 x 17 cm). $500-1000

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159. Fine African Kongo Mirrored Fetish Figure, DRC, late 19th century. Carved wood. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 8.75’’ x 4’’ x 2.75’’ (22 x 10 x 7 cm); Height on stand: 9.5” (24 cm). $5000-10000

160. African Hemba Ancestor Figure, DRC. Carved wood with decorative fiber skirt. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 19.5’’ x 8.5’’ x 6.25’’ (50 x 22 x 16 cm); Height on stand: 21.5” (55 cm). $300-500

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161. African Chokwe Pwo Mask, DRC. Carved wood face with fiber and textile headdress extending down the back of the head and neck. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 14.5’’ x 7.5’’ x 8’’ (37 x 19 x 20 cm); Height on stand: 15” (38 cm). $300-500

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162. African Baule Mask, Ivory Coast. Carved and paint decorated wood. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 14’’ x 6’’ x 7’’ (36 x 15 x 18 cm); Height on stand: 19.5” (50 cm). $300-500

163. African Bena Lulua Ancestral Figure, DRC. Carved wood with fiber crown and earrings. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 6.5’’ x 1.25’’ x ‘’ (17 x 3 x cm); Height on stand: 7” (18 cm). $200-400 162

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164. West African Ogoni Antelope Dance Mask, Nigeria. Carved and paint decorated wood. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 19’’ x 5.75’’ x 4’’ (48 x 15 x 10 cm). Height on stand: 23.5” (60 cm). $800-1200

165. African Hemba Ancestor Figure, DRC. Carved wood with decorative fiber skirt. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 25’’ x 8’’ x 6’’ (64 x 20 x 15 cm). $300-500

166. African Baule Standing Figure, Ivory Coast. Carved wood with cut shell bead necklace. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 19.75’’ x 4.5’’ x 5’’ (50 x 11 x 13 cm); Height on stand: 21” (53 cm). $1000-2000

167. African Baule Seated Male Figure, Ivory Coast. Carved wood with red textile loin cloth. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 18’’ x 4.25’’ x 5.24’’ (46 x 11 x 13 cm). $500-1000

168. African Fon/Yoruba Ceremonial Recade Axe, Benin. The carved wood figural handle topped with a largeeared animal head, the metal axe blade issuing from its mouth. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 22’’ x 2’’ x 8.25’’ (56 x 5 x 21 cm); Height on stand: 23” (58 cm). $150-250

169. African Yaka Fetish Figure, DRC. Carved wood with fiber, cloth and metal. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 14.75’’ x 7.5’’ x 4’’ (37 x 19 x 10 cm); Height on stand: 14.75” (37 cm). $1000-2000

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170. African Zande Helmet Mask. Carved and paintdecorated wood and rafia. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Size: 30.5’’ x 15.25’’ x 11.5’’ (77 x 39 x 29 cm). Height on stand: 41” (104 cm). $200-300

171. Pair of West African Yoruba Shrine Figures. Standing male and female figures in carved wood. Provenance: The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Collection, Minneapolis, MN. Sizes: 1) 34.5’’ x 8.75’’ x 8’’ (88 x 22 x 20 cm); 2) 36’’ x 11’’ x 10’’ (91 x 28 x 25 cm). $2000-3000 170

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172. Large Chief’s Bamileke Ndop Indigo Cloth, handwoven and indigo dyed cotton, Cameroon, Early 20th C. Size: 106’’ x 85’’ (269 x 216 cm). $600-1200

173. Large Chief’s Bamileke Ndop Indigo Cloth, Cameroon, Early 20th C. Size: 132’’ x 79’’ (335 x 201 cm). $600-1200 172

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174. Set of Six African Metal Currency Swords. Iron alloy. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Each Size: 70’’ x 17.5’’ (178 x 44 cm). $300-500

175. Six African Iron Currency Swords. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Ranging in Size from: 64’’ x 10’’ (163 x 25 cm) to 69’’ x 16’’ (175 x 41 cm). $300 -500

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176. Two Ethiopian Leather Shields. Stretched hide over a rounded wooden frame, concave form with bulbous protrusions around a raised central rib. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 26’’ x 24’’ x 6” (66 x 61 x 15 cm); 2) 23’’ x 21’’ x 5” (58 x 53 x 13 cm). $300 -500

177. Two Ethiopian Leather Shields. Stretched hide over a rounded wood frame, concave form with bulbous protrusions around a raised central rib. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 22’’ x 21.5’’ (56 x 55 cm); 2) 21.5” x 21.5” (55 x 55 cm). $300-500

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178. Superb African Makonde Helmet Mask. Carved wood with inset hair, and raised scarification; aged reddish brown patina. Provenance: Collected in 1896 at Mapula Mission Station, Northern Mozambique; Private Collector, Germany; Sotheby’s New York, May 5, 1997, Lot 13; Allan Stone Gallery, New York. Size: 11’’ x 9’’ x 11.5’’ (28 x 23 x 29 cm). $600-900

179. African Makonde Mask, carved wood and hair. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 10” x 11” x 8” (25 x 28 x 20 cm). $300-500 178

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180. Two African Makonde Helmet Masks. Carved wood with inset hair, raised scarification, and dark and light surface patination. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 11.5’’ x 10’’ x 12’’ (29 x 25 x 30 cm). Height on Stand: 15.5” (39 cm); 2) 9’’ x 9’’ x 7.5’’ (23 x 23 x 19 cm). $600-900

181. Two African Makonde Helmet Masks. Carved wood, metal and hair. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes:1) 9’’ x 9’’ x 7.5’’ (23 x 23 x 19 cm); 2) 10’’ x 7’’ x 8’’ (25 x 18 x 20 cm). $600-900

182. Large Central African Idoma Mask. Carved wood and metal mask. On stand. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 25’’ x 19’’ x 12’’ (64 x 48 x 30 cm); Height on Stand: 28” (71 cm). $500-800

183. African Baga Snake Headdress. Carved and paint decorated wood. Exhibited: Allan Stone Gallery, New York “Animals,” May 22 - July 15, 2003. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 71.5’’ x 11’’ x 10’’ (182 x 28 x 25 cm); Height on stand: 73” (185 cm). $2000-4000

184. African Baga Snake Headdress. Carved and paint decorated wood. Exhibited: Allan Stone Gallery, New York “Animals,” May 22 - July 15, 2003. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 79” x 9” x 15” (201 x 23 x 38 cm). $2000-4000

185. African Bamana Power Figure (Boli). The zoomorphic quadruped with tubular legs, protruding rounded head, slightly humped barrel shaped body, composed of various encrusted natural materials (cracks). Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 12’’ x 24’’ x 7’’ (30 x 61 x 18 cm). $300-500

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186. African Senufo Janiform Firespitter Helmet Mask. Paint decorated carved wood. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 18’’ x 30.5’’ x 9.5’’ (46 x 77 x 24 cm). $300-500

187. Monumental African Igbo Mask, Nigeria. Carved and paint decorated wood. Exhibited: Allan Stone Gallery, New York, “Animals,” May 22 - July 15, 2003. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 57’’ x 24’’ x 23’’ (145 x 61 x 58 cm). $800-1200

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188. Large African Igbo Mask, Nigeria. Carved and paint decorated wood. On stand. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 48’’ x 17’’ x 18’’ (122 x 43 x 46 cm). $800-1200

189. Monumental African Nafana Bedu Polychrome Decorated Carved Plank Mask. On metal stand. Provenance: J.J. Klejman Works of Art, New York; Allan Stone Gallery, New York (acquired from the above in 1964). Size: 99’’ x 41.5’’ (251 x 105 cm). Height on stand: 103.5” ( 263 cm). $500-1000

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190. Monumental African Igbo Shrine Figure (Ikenga), Nigeria. Carved wood three-figure totem-form sculpture surmounted by a carved wood skull. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sotheby’s, November 15, 2013, Lot 79. Literature: Christie’s New York, Selections from the Allan Stone Collection, November 12, 2007, illustrated on p.193. Size: 99” x 10.5” x 10” (251 x 27 x 25 cm). Height with stand: 103”, 262 cm. $3000-5000

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191. Large African Dogon Momo Cult Idol. Carved wood, heavily worn. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 65” x 14” x 7” (165 x 36 x 18 cm). $600-900

192. African Yaka Headdress. Carved and paint decorated wood, fabric and rafia. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 27’’ x 16’’ x 15’’ (69 x 41 x 38 cm); Height on Stand: 30” (76 cm). $300-500

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193. African Igbo Mwana Pwo Headress. Fabric over basketry frame with textile face mask. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 29’’ x 15’’ x 10’’ (74 x 38 x 25 cm). $200-400

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194. African Guerre Mask and Headdress. On stand. Carved, paint decorated wood with cloth. and cowrie shell decoration. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 40’’ x 12.5’’ x 13’’ (102 x 32 x 33 cm). $300-500

195. African Fang Style Carved and Paint Decorated Wood Ancestor Figure. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 70” x 11” x 6” (178 x 28 x 15 cm). $300 -500 194

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196. Large African Bamileke Lefem Commemorative Standing Male Figure, Cameroon. Carved wood with blue and green bead decoration. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 57”x 12”x 10” (145 x 30 x 25 cm). $300-500

197. Large African Bamileke Lefem Commemorative Seated Figure, Cameroon. Carved wood with cowrie shell and bead decoration. Early 20th century. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 50.5” x 15” x 13” (128 x 38 x 33 cm). $600-900

198. Large African Sukuma Figure, Tanzania. Carved wood with metal and paint decorated head, loin cloth, beaded necklace and ankle cuff with bell. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 69’’ x 14’’ x 8’’ (175 x 36 x 20 cm). Height on stand: 70” (178 cm). $500 -800

199. African Bamun Bull Mask. Carved wood, horn, and cow hide. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 15’’ x 9’’ x 5’’ (38 x 23 x 13 cm); Height on stand: 25” (64 cm). $300-500

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200. African Kuba Helmet Mask. Carved wood and rafia. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 18” x 12” x 8.5” (46 x 30 x 22 cm). $300-500

201. African Nafana Bedu Carved Wood Plank Mask, 19th c. On metal stand. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 74” x 25.75” x 5” (188 x 65 x 13 cm). $300 -500

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202. Large African Suku Mask. Caved and paint decorated wood with fabric and rafia. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 41’’ x 22’’ x 6’’ (104 x 56 x 15 cm). $200-400

203. African Ibibio Bird Mask. Carved wood. Exhibited: Merton Simpson Gallery, New York, “Simpson & Stone: A Special Selection of African and Oceanic Art from the Allan Stone Collection, May 17 - July 28, 2014. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 15’’ x 5.75’’ x 5.5’’ (38 x 15 x 14 cm). Height on stand: 19.5” (50 cm). $400-600

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204. Two African Power Figures. Including: a Songye Power Figure. Carved wood, with cowrie shell, metal,leather, and beaded decoration. Provenance: Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, April 7, 1967, lot 229; Allan Stone Gallery, New York (acquired from the above in 1967). Together with an African Vili Power Figure, Republic of Congo. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 14’’ x 5’’ x 4’’ (36 x 13 x 10 cm); 2) 15’’ x 6’’ x 8’’ (38 x 15 x 20 cm). $300-500

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205. African Yoruba Body Mask. Carved and red painted wood with articulated scarification and anatomy. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 19’’ x 10’’ x 9.5’’ (48 x 25 x 24 cm). $200-400

206. Large African Mumuye Shoulder Mask. Carved wood. Exhibited: Merton Simpson Gallery, New York, “Simpson & Stone: A Special Selection of African and Oceanic Art from the Allan Stone Collection, May 17 July 28, 2014. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 56.5” x 15” x 14” (144 x 38 x 36 cm). $600-900

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207. African Ibo (Ibibio) Wood Mask. Carved wood, leather-hinged jaw. Provenance: Mathias Komor Works of Art, New York; Allan Stone Gallery, New York. Size: 15” x 10” x 8” (38 x 25 x 20 cm). $200-400

208. African Toma Horned Reliquary, Liberia. Carved wood, cowrie shells, fabric and rafia. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 51’’ x 23’’ x 4’’ (130 x 58 x 10 cm). $300-500

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209. African Binji Mask. Carved and paint decorated wood with boar hair and abrus seeds. Provenance: James Willis Gallery, San Francisco; Allan Stone Gallery, New York (acquired from the above in 1991). Size: 16” x 10” x 12” (41 x 25 x 30 cm). Height on stand: 21” (53 cm). $300-500

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210. African Yoruba Body Mask. Carved and paint decorated wood. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 25’’ x 74’’ x 8’’ (64 x 188 x 20 cm). $200-300

211. African Yoruba Power Figure. Male figure carrying a yoke suspending multiple cowrie shell strands, beaded panels and three smaller fetish figures. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 23’’ x 18’’ x 9’’ (58 x 46 x 23 cm); Height on Stand: 28” (71 cm). $300 -500 210

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212. Monumental Bamum or Bamileke Relief Carved Wood Drum. On round 4-figure caryatid ring base. Provenance: Rago, 10/19/18, Lot 121; Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 58”x 32” x 32” (147 x 81 x 81 cm). $1000-2000

213. African Bamana/Bozo Mother & Child Articulated Puppet, Mali. Carved wood, iron and rope. Provenance:ex-Museum of African Tribal Art, Portland, ME. Size: 57’’ x 17.5’’ x 16.5’’ (145 x 44 x 42 cm). $200-400

214. African Chikunda Carved Wood Male Figure with Cane, Ethiopia (Gona). Small head-form finial pin inset at top. Provenance: Milos Atherstone African Art, New York; Allan Stone Gallery, New York (acquired from the above in 1995). Size: 52” x 13” x 7” (132 x 33 x 18 cm). $600-900

215. African Urhobo Iphri Shrine Figure, Nigeria. Carved wood, beads and string. Exhibited: Jason McCoy Gallery, New York, NY, “The Essence of Things: Bo Joseph with African Art,”, February 13-March 8, 2008. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 37’’ x 10’’ x 10’’ (94 x 25 x 25 cm). $300-500

216. Two African Terracotta Zoomorphic Grotesques. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 6’’ x 8’’ x 10’’ (15 x 20 x 25 cm); 2) 6’’ x 6.5’’ x 10.5’’ (15 x 17 x 27 cm). $300-500

217. West African Bamana Power Figure (Boli). Wood and sacrificial materials. Size: 14.5’’ x 16’’ x 8’’ (37 x 41 x 20 cm). Provenance: Sam Hilu. Ex Collection of Bernard Barach. $500 -1000

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218. Old African Dogon Seated Ancestor Figure, carved wood, with weathering, Mali. Size: 24.5’’ x 7.5’’ x 7.5’’ (62 x 19 x 19 cm). Provenance: Sam Hilu. Ex Collection of Bernard Barach. $300-600

219. West African Terracotta Figure, Nigeria. Size: 23.5’’ x 8.5’’ x 11’’ (60 x 22 x 28 cm). Provenance: Sam Hilu. Ex Collection of Bernard Barach. $500-800

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220. African Bakota Reliquary Figure, Gabon. Metal clad carved wood. Display Stand. Size: 28’’ x 12.25’’ x 3.5’’ (71 x 31 x 9 cm). Height on stand: 31.5” (80 cm). Provenance: Sam Hilu. Ex Collection of Bernard Barach. $500-1000

221. Central African Fang Ntumu Reliquary Figure, Carved wood. Display Stand. Size: 28.25’’ x 7’’ x 4.75’’ (72 x 18 x 12 cm). Height on stand: 29.5” (75 cm). Provenance: Sam Hilu. Ex Collection of Bernard Barach. $400-800 220

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222. African Chokwe Mask, Congo/Zaire. Carved wood, fiber. Display Stand. Size: 9’’ x 7’’ x 9.5’’ (23 x 18 x 24 cm). Height on stand: 18” (46 cm). Provenance: Sam Hilu. Ex Collection of Bernard Barach. $400-600

223. Lengola Sprit Mask, Africa. Carved wood and pigments. Display Stand. Size: 14’’ x 8.25’’ x 4’’ (36 x 21 x 10 cm). Height on stand: 23” (58 cm). Provenance: Sam Hilu. Ex Collection of Bernard Barach. $400-600 222

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224. West African Guere Gela War Mask, Ivory Coast. Carved wood fetish with wild goat horns, encrustation. Display Stand. Size: 14’’ x 9’’ x 13’’ (36 x 23 x 33 cm). Height on stand: 27.5 (70 cm). Provenance: Sam Hilu. Ex Collection of Bernard Barach. $400-600

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225. African Idoma Mask, Nigeria. Carved wood, whitened with kaolin. Ex Collection of Larry Goldblatt, New York. Size: 11.5’’ x 8.25’’ x 6’’ (29 x 21 x 15 cm). $300-500

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226. African Dogon Leopard Mask, Carved Wood and Paint, Mali. Size: 15’’ x 8.5’’ x 6.75’’ (38 x 22 x 17 cm). Provenance: Sam Hilu. Ex Collection of Bernard Barach. $200 -400

227. West African Yoruba Seated Maternity Shrine Figure. Carved wood with rich patina. Ex Collection of Larry Goldblatt, New York. Size: 9.5’’ x 5’’ x 5’’ (24 x 13 x 13 cm). $300 -500 226

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228. Old West African Punu Ancestor Mask, Gabon. Carved wood and pigments. Display Stand. Ex. Collection of Larry Goldblatt, New York. Size: 20’’ x 7.5’’ x 5.5’’ (51 x 19 x 14 cm). Height on stand: 25” (64 cm). $300-500

229. African Zulu Shield, carved wood and pigment. Size: 41’’ x 10.5’’ x 2.5’’ (104 x 27 x 6 cm). $200-400

230. African Zulu Shield, carved wood and pigment. Size: 21”, 53 cm (Diameter). $200-400

231. African Zulu Shield, carved wood and pigment. Size: 20.5”, 52 cm (diameter). $200-400

232. African Bozo Hyena Spirit Dance Mask, Mali. Early 20th century. Carved and paint decorated wood with cotton textile, articulated jaw and ears. Exhibited: “More Than A Pretty Face: Masks of West and Central Africa,” West Gallery, Parkway Central Library, Philadelphia, PA (2010-2011). Provenance: Artemis Gallery; Dr. Paul and Mary Sue Rosen Collection. Size: 15’’ x 18’’ x 8’’ (38 x 46 x 20 cm). $200-400

233. African Bamama/Bozo Female Puppet. Carved and green-paint decorated head and bust, on long handle. Size: 31’’ x 6.25’’ x 8’’ (79 x 16 x 20 cm). $200-300

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234. Pair of Monumental African Bronze Axes. The Peace Emblem of the Tikar, Cameroon. Each with Display Stand. These axes are composed with owls at the top of each Ax. Owls were considered the village protector’s eyes against bad weather spirits, and malefic spirits. The other symbols represent joy, harmony, and submission of the tribes after battle. Size: 52.5’’ x 38.75’’ x 4.75’’ (133 x 98 x 12 cm). Height on stand: 64.25” (163 cm). $600-1200

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235. Two African Carved Wood and Beaded Staffs. Including: a Yoruba Beaded Staff and an East African Carved Wood Staff. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 26.5’’ x 4’’ (67 x 10 cm). Height on Stand: 28” (71 cm); 2) 35’’ x 4’’ (89 x 10 cm). $200-400

236. African Loma Mask. Carved wood and metal. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 16’’ x 8.5’’ x 6’’ (41 x 22 x 15 cm). Height on stand: 25” (64 cm). $300 -500

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237. Two African Carved Wood Stools, including a Nupe Stool and a Cameroonian Stool. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 12.5’’ x 17’’ x 13’’ (32 x 43 x 33 cm); 2) 11.5’’ x 12’’ (29 x 30 cm) Diameter. $200-300

238. African Songye Style Janiform Stool. Carved wood, flat circular base with two figures back to back with arms upraised supporting a flat circular seat. Exhibited: Allan Stone Gallery, New York, “Nouveau to Modern: Transitions in Art and Design, January 16 - March 2, 2013. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 1) 24’’ x 17.5’’ x 17.5” (61 x 44 x 44 cm). $300 -500

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239. African Bamana, Kore Society Hyena Mask. Carved and paint decorated wood. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 15’’ x 8’’ x 8’’ (38 x 20 x 20 cm). $600-900

240. Naga Horned Helmet. Red painted basketry helmet with horn, tusk, and red dyed rafia. Together with a carved wood and feathered mask. Provenance: Allan Stone Gallery, New York. Sizes: 1) 14’’ x 13.5’’ (36 x 34 cm); 2) 10.5’’ x 16’’ x 7.5’’ (27 x 41 x 19 cm). $200 -300

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241. African Cowrie Shell Headdress. Heavy fabric core, cowrie shells and leather. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 14’’ x 9’’ (36 x 23 cm). $200 -300

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242. African Akan Bronze Figure of a Rooster, Ghana. On heavy basketry base. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 23’’ x 14’’ x 11’’ (58 x 36 x 28 cm). $200 -300

243. African Bakongo “N’Kisi” Magic Fetish, Congo/DRC. Carved wood and rope. Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 8.75’’ x 2.25’’ x 2.25’’ (22 x 6 x 6 cm). $400 -600

244. African Dan Mask and a West African Horned Mask. Carved and paint decorated wood, rafia. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 10” x 7” x 3” (25 x 18 x 8 cm).; 2) 11.5’’ x 5’’ x 3’’ (29 x 13 x 8 cm). $300-500

245. African Dan Beaked Mask, Liberia and a Dan/ Guerre Mask. Carved wood and hair. Provenance: (Beaked) Charles and Kent Davis, New Orleans; S. Thomas Alexander III, St. Louis, acquired from the above in November 1987; Allan Stone, New York, acquired from the above on April 22, 1988; Sotheby’s, May 16, 2014, Lot 23. Sizes: 1) 11’’ x 6’’ x 5’’ (28 x 15 x 13 cm); 2) 11.25’’ x 7.25’’ x 6.25’’ (29 x 18 x 16 cm). $600-900

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246. African Congo Nail Fetish. Carved wood and metal. Provenance: Allan Stone Collection, New York. Size: 22.5” x 8.75” x 5.5” (57 x 22 x 14 cm). $200-400

247. Bamana Ntomo Mask and a Yoruba Janiform Mask. Carved and paint decorated wood. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 1) 10’’ x 10’’ x 10’’ (25 x 25 x 25 cm); 2) 23.5’’ x 9’’ x 6’’ (60 x 23 x 15 cm). $300-500

248. African Bamana Chiwara and Fetish Figure. Carved wood, metal and cloth. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 40’’ x 8.5’’ x 7’’ (102 x 22 x 18 cm); 2) 40’’ x 2.75’’ x 12.75’’ (102 x 7 x 32 cm). $200-300

249. Three African Mambila Terracotta Shrine Figures. Each of unique monstrous form, one with metal, and one with cowrie shell decoration. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 8.5’’ x 9’’ x 9’’ (22 x 23 x 23 cm); 2) 12’’ x 12’’ x 6’’ (30 x 30 x 15 cm); 3) 11’’ x 8’’ x 7’’ (28 x 20 x 18 cm). $300-500

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250. African Nupe Terracotta Vessel and a Koro TwinHandled Vessel. Provenance: (Koro) Karl- Ferdinand Schadler, Munich; Christie’s New York, November 13, 1985, Lot 188; Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Literature: Schadler, 1975, p.168, pl. 55; Dollinger and Klawunn, 1979, p.285; Knaur, 1981, vol. I, p.116; vol. XVIII, p.8044; Brockhaus, 1983, vol. I, p.355. Sizes: (1) 22’’ x 13’’ x 13’’ (56 x 33 x 33 cm).; (2) Size: 24’’ x 12.5’’ x 12.5’’ (61 x 32 x 32 cm). $300-500 250

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251. Two African Nupe Pottery Jars. Provenance: (larger jar) Karl-Ferdinand Schadler, Munich; Sotheby’s New York, November 13, 1985, lot 151; Allan Stone Gallery, New York. Sizes: 1) 18’’ x 11’’ (46 x 28 cm); 2) 17’’ x 10’’ (43 x 25 cm). $300-500

252. African Congolese Female Figure and a Yoruba Shrine Figure. Carved wood. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 21’’ x 8’’ x 7’’ (53 x 20 x 18 cm). Height on Stand: 22.5” (57 cm); 2) 16.5’’ x 5.5’’ x 3.5’’ (42 x 14 x 9 cm). Height on Stand: 18” (46 cm). $200 -400 253 252 253. African Zulu Beaded Apron and Belt. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 27’’ x 3’’ (69 x 8 cm); 2) 21’’ x 17’’ (53 x 43 cm). $300-500

254. African Ndebele Beaded Leather Apron (Mapoto). Worn by married women on special occasions. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 20.5’’ x 20’’ (52 x 51 cm). $200-300

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256. Four African Miniature Songye Masks and Power Figures. Carved wood, paint and rafia. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Ranging in size from: 5.5’’ x 2.5’’ x 2.5’’ (14 x 6 x 6 cm). Height on stand: 10” (25 cm) to 12’’ x 4’’ x 4’’ (30 x 10 x 10 cm). $300-600

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257. African Dan Wooden Chair. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 20’’ x 14.5’’ x 13.25’’ (51 x 37 x 34 cm). $300-500

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258. 4 African carved wood headrests: one Kambatta Arussi from Ethiopia; 2 Karamojong from Northern Uganda/Kenya; one Oromo from Ethiopia. Early/mid 20th c. Sizes: 1) 6’’ x 6’’ x 5’’ (15 x 15 x 13 cm); 2) 8’’ x 7.25’’ x 2’’ (20 x 18 x 5 cm); 3) 6.5’’ x 6’’ x 3.5’’ (17 x 15 x 9 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400

259. Group of Seven (7) African Metal Items. Including: a Dengese rattle, West African mask, Mangbetu female bust, bird head staff, a currency piece, a Bamileke gong, and a small pedestal. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Ranging in size from: 3.25’’ x 5.5’’ x 3.5’’ (8 x 14 x 9 cm) to 5’’ x 2.75’’ x 4’’ (38 x 7 x 10 cm). $300-500

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260. African Chokwe Style Mask and a Pende Mask. Carved and paint decorated wood, textile, woven and knotted rafia. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 12’’ x 8’’ x 8.5’’ (30 x 20 x 22 cm). Height on Stand: 16” (41 cm); 2) 17’’ x 8’’ x 9’’ (43 x 20 x 23 cm). Height on Stand: 18” (46 cm). $200-400

261. Group of Three (3) Small African and PNG Wood Figures. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 4”x 2” x 1.5” (10 x 5 x 4 cm).; 2) 5.5” x 1” x 1” (14 x 3 x 3 cm).; 3) 5.5” x 2” x 2” (14 x 5 x 5 cm). $300-500

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262. Fang Byeri Female Reliquary Guardian. Carved wood, feather and beads. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York; Rago, Lambertville, Oct. 19, 2018, Lot 131. Size: 18.5’ x 6’’ x 5’’ (47 x 15 x 13 cm). Height on stand: 20” (51 cm). $800-1200

263. Fine Old Salampasu Mask Fragment. Carved wood. Provenance: Gallery DeRoche, San Francisco, CA; Allan Stone Gallery, New York. Together with another African Mask. Sizes: 1) 10.5’’ x 7’’ x 4.25’’ (27 x 18 x 11 cm); 2) 10’’ x 7.5’’ x 5’’ (25 x 19 x 13 cm). $300-500

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264. Two African Yaka Power Figures and a Yaka Figural Carved wood. Slit Gong with Beater. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 6.75’’ x 2.25’’ x 2’’ (17 x 6 x 5 cm); 2) 15.5’’ x 2.75’’ x 3’’ (39 x 7 x 8 cm); 3) 8’’ x 2.75’’ x 2.75’’ (20 x 7 x 7 cm). $300 -500

265. African Tiv Standing Female Figure and a Bamana Segou Style Mask. Carved wood. Provenance: (Tiv Figure) Private Collection, San Diego; Tom Slater, Indianapolis; Ben Birillo, New York; Reynold C. Kerr, New York; Allan Stone Gallery, New York. Size: 1) 36” x 8.75” x 8.5” (91 x 22 x 22 cm).; 2) 28”x 9”x 5” (71 x 23 x 13 cm). $300-500

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266. Two African Njami Fertility Dolls. Carved wood with bead decoration. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 18’’ x 6.75’’ x 3’’ (46 x 17 x 8 cm); 2) 9.75’’ x 3.25’’ x 2.75’’ (25 x 8 x 7 cm). $300-500

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267. African Congo Power Figure. Carved wood kneeling figure with wood-beaded leather adornment. Exhibited: Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT. “Power Incarnate: Allan Stone’s Collection of Sculpture from the Congo,” May 14 - September 4, 2011. Literature: Kevin Dumouchelle, “Power Incarnate: Allan Stone’s Collection of Sculpture from the Congo. Bruce Museum (2011). illustrated p.39; Catalogue #16. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 11’’ x 5’’ x 5’’ (28 x 13 x 13 cm). Height on stand: 12” (30 cm). $600-900

268. African Dogon Wood Power Figure. Carved wood and metal. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 15.75’’ x 3.5’’ x 3.5’’ (40 x 9 x 9 cm). $300-500

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269. African Fon Figure, Benin. Carved wood, rope and bead decoration. Provenance: James Willis Tribal Art, San Francisco; Allan Stone Gallery, New York (acquired from the above in 2003). Size: 8’’ x 2.75’’ x 2.5’’ (20 x 7 x 6 cm). $200-400

270. Monumental West African Yoruba Drum, c.1935. Carved and paint decorated wood with animal skin. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 56’’ x 24’’ x 21’’ (142 x 61 x 53 cm). $600-900

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271. Monumental West African Yoruba Drum, c.1935. Carved and paint decorated wood and animal skin. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 57” x 18” x 17” (145 x 46 x 43 cm). $600-900

272. Three Ethnographic Drums. Including: one African, one PNG Sepik River and one Caribbean. Carved wood and animal skin. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 21’’ x 5’’ (53 x 13 cm); 2) 25’’ x 6’’ (64 x 15 cm); 3) 20.5’’ x 8’’ (52 x 20 cm). $300-500

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273. Two West African Drums. Including a Yoruba drum and a paint decorated drum. Carved and paint decorated wood with animal skin. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 39”x 22” x 21” (99 x56 x53 cm).; 2) 48”x 21”x 21” (122 x 53 x 53). $600-900

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274. Group of PNG Sepik River Lime Containers and Spatualas and African Gourd Containers and Implements. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Ranging in Size from: 9’’ x 8’’ (23 x 20 cm) to 41’’ x 2.5’’ (104 x 6 cm). $300-500

275. Somali twined bag traditionally used by bride to carry her wedding outfit, Somalia. Size: 39’’ x 14’’ (99 x 36 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $100 -200

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276. 2 Pre-1950 twined bags collected in Kenya: one with horizontal stripes, leather handles with fur and cowrie shells, Kikuyu; and the other beaded columns, cowrie shells and 3-strand braided warps, Akamba. Sizes: 1) 9’’ x 5’’ (23 x 13 cm); 2) 7’’ x 9’’ (18 x 23 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-300

277. Antique 19th c. African Processional Staff, metal with bells, Ethiopia. Size: 17’’ x 4’’ (43 x 10 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400

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278. 2 vintage twined Fulani Wodaabe hats from Niger and a twined Tuareg basket with leather embellishments from Mali. Sizes: 1) 9.25’’ x 17’’ Diameter (23 x 43 cm); 2) 10’’ x 17.5’’ Diameter (25 x 44 cm); 3) 29’’ x 13’’ Diameter (74 x 33 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-300

279. Collection of African Basketry Artifacts. Including: Hehe twined basket to carry grain on the head, Tanzania; twined sisal bag, Kikuyu, Kenya; man’s shoulder bag, raffia palm fiber, Cameroon; 4 baskets from Zimbabwe; twined carrying basket for head, Wamburu, Tanzania; twined hat, Burkina Faso. Various Sizes. Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-300

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280. Traditional African Bamileke Feathered Juju Hat Ceremonial Headdress, Cameroon. Size: 29’’ x 29’’ x 7’’ (74 x 74 x 18 cm). $200-300

281. Traditional African Bamileke Feathered Juju Hat Ceremonial Headdress, Cameroon. Size: 32’’ x 32’’ x 7’’ (81 x 81 x 18 cm). $200-300

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282. 19th C. Monpa Ceremonial Mask, Nepal. Carved wood, pigment; with original red Nepal exit seal. Size: 14’’ x 8.5’’ x 5.5’’ (36 x 22 x 14 cm). $1500-2000

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283. Ceremonial Mask, Monpa People, Arunachal Pradesh, 19th/Early 20th C. Carved wood. This mask is featured on the cover of the book, ARUNACHAL - Peoples, Arts and Adornments in India’s Eastern Himalayas, by Peter van Ham. Size: 10’’ x 7’’ x 3.5’’ (25 x 18 x 9 cm). $1500-2000

284. 18th/19th C. Ceremonial Hardwood Mask, Terai, Nepal. Row of skulls surrounding the top of the head. Carved hardwood, pigment, rich patina. Size: 14’’ x 8.5’’ x 5.5’’ (36 x 22 x 14 cm). $500-800

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285. 19th C. Ceremonial Mask, Rajbansi People, South Nepal, Terai area. Carved wood and pigment. A very old mask in hardwood (unlike most south Nepal masks). Size: 14’’ x 9’’ x 4.5’’ (36 x 23 x 11 cm). $500-800

286. Tibetan Ceremonial Mask, 19th/Early 20th C. Size: 7’’ x 6’’ x 2.5’’ (18 x 15 x 6 cm). $300-600

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287. Ceremonial Mask, Monpa People, Arunachal Pradesh, India, 19th/early 20th c. Carved wood, pigment. Size: 7.5’’ x 6’’ x 3.5’’ (19 x 15 x 9 cm). $600-900

288. Nepali Ceremonial Mask, 19th/early 20th c. Carved wood, rich patina. Size: 7.5’’ x 8’’, 19 x 20 cm. $300-500

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289. Middle Hills Ceremonial Mask, Nepal, 19th/Early 20th C. Carved wood, pigment, rich patina. Size: 9.75’’ x 8’’ x 4.75’’ (25 x 20 x 12 cm). $300-600

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290. 19th C. Ceremonial Mask, Terai, Nepal. Carved wood, pigment, rich patina. Size: 9.5’’ x 6.5’’ x 4.25’’ (24 x 17 x 11 cm). $300-600

291. Antique Chinese Ancestor Scroll Painting, ink and colors on paper. Size: 66’’ x 36’’, 168 x 91 cm (image); 90’’ x 41.75’’, 229 x 106 cm (scroll). $500-1000

292. Antique Chinese Ancestor Scroll Painting, ink and colors on paper. Size: 56’’ x 37.75’’, 142 x 96 cm (image); 80’’ x 43’’, 203 x 109 cm (scroll). $500-1000

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293. Three Antique Chinese Scroll Paintings, depicting scenes from Taoist / Daoist realm of the dead (Diyu) or “hell” in Chinese mythology, each ink and colors on paper. Unframed. Sizes: 1) 77.5’’ x 27.5’’, 197 x 70 cm (image); 72.5’’ x 27’’, 184 x 69 cm (scroll); 2) 52’’ x 22.5’’, 132 x 57 cm (image); 72.5’’ x 27’’, 184 x 69 cm (scroll); 3) 52’’ x 22.75’’, 132 x 58 cm (image); 78.5’’ x 27’’, 199 x 69 cm (scroll). $600-900

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294. Three Antique Chinese Scroll Paintings, depicting scenes from Taoist / Daoist realm of the dead (Diyu) or “hell” in Chinese mythology, each ink and colors on paper. Unframed. Sizes: 1) 52’’ x 23.25’’, 132 x 59 cm (image); 77.25’’ x 27.75’’, 196 x 70 cm (scroll); 2) 52.5’’ x 23.25’’, 133 x 59 cm (image); 78’’ x 27.75’’, 198 x 70 cm (scroll); 3) 52.5’’ x 23.25’’, 133 x 59 cm (image); 77’’ x 27.75’’, 196 x 70 cm (scroll). $600-900

295. Three Antique Chinese Scroll Paintings, depicting scenes from Taoist / Daoist realm of the dead (Diyu) or “hell” in Chinese mythology, each ink and colors on paper. Unframed. Sizes: 1) 52’’ x 23’’, 132 x 58 cm (image); 77.5’’ x 27.5’’, 197 x 70 cm (scroll); 2) 52’’ x 23’’, 132 x 58 cm (image); 78’’ x 27.5’’, 198 x 70 cm (scroll); 3) 52’’ x 23’’, 132 x 58 cm (image); 78’’ x 27.75’’, 198 x 70 cm (scroll). $600-900

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296. Chinese Scroll of a Mountain Landscape. Size: 33” x 17”, 84 x 43 cm (sheet); 62” x 22.5”, 157 x 57 cm (backer). $200-400

297. Chinese Scroll of a Landscape. Size: 30.75” x 16”, 78 x 41 cm (sheet); 56” x 20.5”, 142 x 52 cm (backer). $200-400

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298. Indian Gouache Painting, 19th Century “A Thakin of Court, Jodhpur.” Frame bears paper labels for the Olsen Foundation, Bridgeport, CT and North Carolina Museum of Art. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 12” x 8”, 30 x 20 cm. (sight); 20” x 16”, 51 x 41 cm. (mat). $300-500

299. Fine Old Indian Picwai Painting on Cloth. A Hindu devotional painting depicting Krishna as Shrinathji. Size: 66.25’’ x 45’’, 168 x 114 cm (stretcher); 67.5’’ x 45.5’’, 171 x 116 cm (frame). New York estate. $400-600

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300. Umbrella Cover, India, Early 20th C. Circular umbrella cover of cotton tabby cloth, with handpainted design of a large circle of figures surrounding a central orange circle. The middle area is occupied by a frieze of women making offerings to Krishna. Size: 84” Diameter (213 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $500 -1000

301. Mihrab Cloth, India Kashmir, 19th C. Portion of a Kashmir in the form of a mihrab or qibla, a prayer arch. Re-edged with a narrow woven ribbon across the top and arch. Size: 51’’ x 38’’ (130 x 97 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $500-1000

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302. Kashmir Moon Shawl, India, Late 18th/Early 19th C. Kashmir shawl of “moon shawl” design. Woven of wool twill, with supplementary weft inlay, in a field pattern of small floral sprigs enclosed within toothed paisley (boteh) shapes. Size: 64’’ x 64’’ (163 x 163 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $1500-2500

303. Kashmir Moon Shawl, India, Late 18th/Early 19th C. Kashmir shawl of “moon shawl” design. Woven of wool twill, with supplementary weft inlay, in a pattern of vertical stripes in the field of varying ground color, each with a fill of small floral sprigs. Size: 82.5’’ x 78’’ (210 x 198 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $3000-5000

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304. Kashmir Moon Shawl, India, Mid 19th C. Kashmir shawl of wool twill with patterning in supplementary weft inlay (brocade). Design of a large circular medallion on the center of the red field. Size: 67’’ x 38.5’’ (170 x 98 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $2000-3000

305. Kashmir Shawl, India, Early 19th C. Kashmir shawl of wool twill with supplementary weft inlay, with a creamcolored field of horizontal rows of four inch tall paisley (boteh) shapes made up of floral sprigs, surrounded by small scrolling vegetal elements. Size: 110’’ x 52’’ (279 x 132 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $4000-8000

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306. Kashmir Shawl, India, Early 19th C. Shawl of twill woven wool with a large, striped central field, alternating wider stripes with a yellow or white ground, with narrower stripes with a red or blue ground. Size: 63’’ x 64’’ (160 x 163 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $2000-4000 307. Silk Embroidered Hanging, India, Early 20th C. Rectangular hanging of cotton tabby cloth with embroidery in silk thread and a silk fringe. Pattern of a lobed central circle surrounded by embroidered floral and paisley (boteh) filled with human, animal, or fantastic creatures. 5’6” x 5’7” (167 x 170 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $800-1200

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308. Kashmir Shawl, India, First Half 19th C. Kashmir shawl of wool twill with supplementary weft inlay, with a plain, deep cream-colored field and a wide border of large paisley (boteh) shapes composed of many small floral sprigs. Size: 125’’ x 50’’ (318 x 127 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-800 309. Kashmir Shawl, India, Early 19th C. Large shawl of ivory-yellow, thin wool twill with twill tapestry, with embroidered inset corners in wool threads. Design of a wide band of boteh on each end and narrow edge borders of floral scrolls and stems. Size: 111’’ x 50’’ (282 x 127 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $800-1200

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310. Kashmir Shawl, India, 19th C. Kashmir shawl of wool twill with supplementary weft inlay with a plain, deep cream-colored field and a wide border of a grid-like repeat of a tiny rectangular composition of green leaves and very small red flowers. Size: 120’’ x 52’’ (305 x 132 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $1000-2000 311. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, 19th C. Section of a Kashmir textile of wool twill, with sprigs in alternating pink and green colored buds. Size: 41’’ x 29’’ (104 x 74 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $1000-2000 312. Kashmir Shawl, India, Mid 19th C. Wool shawl with patterning in supplementary weft inlay (brocade). Varicolored stripes with abstracted floral and paisley patterns. Size: 92’’ x 48’’ (234 x 122 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $1500-2500 313. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, Early 19th C. Section of a Kashmir textile of red ground wool twill with supplementary weft inlay, with a pattern of five large boteh figures composed of multiple borders and fill of elaborate, varied, and colorful floral forms. Size: 30.5’’ x 16’’ (77 x 41 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $800-1200

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314. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, 19th C. Section of a Kashmir textile of wool twill with supplementary weft inlay, with a brilliant carmine field and a repeat of very large, highly abstracted floral stems, leaves and rayed blooms. The floral elements are joined by large curving leaves with hooks. Size: 23.5’’ x 50’’ (60 x 127 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $500-1000 315. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, Early 19th C. Section of a saffron colored ground Kashmir textile of wool twill with supplementary weft inlay, and a pattern of small, formal bouquets with several flowers and buds in each grouping. Size: 33’’ x 7.5’’ (84 x 19 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $1000-1500 316. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, Early 19th C. Section of the final end border of a Kashmir textile of wool twill shawl, with supplementary weft inlay, and a pattern of large, teardrop shaped forms within a rectangular grid, filled with elaborate bouquets and floral sprigs. Size: 12.5’’ x 48’’ (32 x 122 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $1000-1500

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317. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, Mid 19th C. Section of a Kashmir textile of red ground wool twill in supplementary weft inlay, with a pattern of a single row of ogival arches containing vegetal forms resembling curling fiddlehead fern fronds. Narrow red wool sewnon borders. Size: 8’’ x 44’’ (20 x 112 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $600-1000

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318. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, 18th C. Section of the end border of a Kashmir textile of wool twill with supplementary weft inlay, with a pattern of four rows of horizontal floral stems with red flowers and yellow buds on a yellow ground. Size: 9.5’’ x 51.5’’ (24 x 131 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $1000-1500

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319. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, Early 19th C. Section of a Kashmir textile of wool twill with supplementary weft inlay, and an elaborate pattern of stems forming a net with small, pale flowers and leaves intertwined. Size: 52’’ x 10’’ (132 x 25 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $2000-3000 320. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, 18th C. Section of a Kashmir textile of wool twill with supplementary weft inlay, with a pattern of six horizontal rows of floral sprigs on a yellow ground. Size: 8’’ x 49’’ (20 x 124 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $1000-1500 321. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, Early 19th C. Section of a Kashmir textile of wool twill with supplementary weft inlay, with a field of large paisleys and a single border of smaller paisleys worked in supplementary weft inlay on a twill woven ivory ground. Size: 50’’ x 13’’ (127 x 33 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $600 -1200

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322. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, Early 19th C. Section of a Kashmir shawl, with a field of large paisley (boteh) and a single border of smaller paisley forms worked in supplementary weft inlay on a twill woven ivory ground. Size: 13’’ x 23’’ (33 x 58 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $600-1000 323. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, Late 18th C. Border section of a Kashmir shawl, composed of several fragmentary shawl elements, with a field of tiny floral sprigs and scrolling vine borders, worked in supplementary weft inlay on a twill-woven ivory yellow ground. Size: 50’’ x 12’’ (127 x 30 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $600-1000 324. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, Late 18th C. Section of a Kashmir shawl, with a field of leaf clusters worked in twill tapestry weave on a twill woven ivory yellow ground. Size: 43’’ x 8.5’’ (109 x 22 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $600-1000 325. Boteh Textile Panel, India Kashmir, Early 19th C. Shawl section of twill woven wool, constructed of a central field section with sewn on borders on all sides. Field pattern of nine large multicolored boteh forms. Size: 45’’ x 15’’ (114 x 38 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $600 -1000 326. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, Late 18th C. Section of a Kashmir shawl, with a field of floral bouquets worked in supplementary weft inlay on a twillwoven light orange ground. Size: 7.5’’ x 38’’ (19 x 97 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $600-1000 327. Textile Panel, India Kashmir, 18th C. Panel from a Kashmir shawl, a wide band with elements of narrow border bands on two edges. Field pattern repeat of double leaf-like forms with small floral stems between. Edge borders with rosettes in narrow spotted minor borders. Size: 29’’ x 12’’ (74 x 30 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $1000-1500 328. Two Textile Fragments, India Kashmir, 18th C. Fragments of a Kashmir textile of cream colored wool twill with supplementary weft inlay in a pattern of single, well-defined floral sprigs with two buds and two leaves. Raw edges and ends. Sizes: 1) 17’’ x 24’’ (43 x 61 cm); 2) 24’’ x 24’’ (61 x 61 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $300-500 329. Kashmir Shawl, India, Late 19th C. Wool twill shawl with a green grid on a yellow ground, with patterning of floral sprigs in supplementary weft inlay. One edge cut and turned under, the other with a green twill patterned trim and fringed ends. Size: 73.5’’ x 26’’ (187 x 66 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $500-800

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333. Antique Sind embroidery, silk on silk backed with old cotton cloth and trimmed with gold zari border, peach base with maroon, white, purple, and green embroidery.Size: 50’’ x 31’’ (127 x 79 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 334. Cotton Ikat Shawl, India Chamba, Late 19th/Early 20th C. A cotton shawl patterned with weft and warp resist ikat technique, in colors of black, purplish brown, orange, and red with a pattern of diamonds arranged in diagonal rows across the field. Size: 105’’ x 45’’ (267 x 114 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400 -600

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335. Cotton Ikat Shawl, India Chamba, Late 19th/Early 20th C. A cotton shawl patterned with warp and weft resist ikat technique, in colors of red, off-white, and black with a pattern of small squares arranged in a grid of alternating black and red across the field. Size: 100’’ x 45’’ (254 x 114 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $300 -500 336. Cotton Ikat Shawl, India Chamba, Late 19th/Early 20th C. A cotton shawl patterned with warp and weft resist ikat technique, in colors of red, off-white, and dark brown with a pattern of small squares arranged in diagonal rows across the field. Size: 96’’ x 44’’ (244 x 112 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600

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337. Cotton Ikat Shawl, India Chamba, Late 19th/Early 20th C. A cotton shawl patterned with warp and weft resist ikat technique, in colors of burgundy, brown, and red, with a design of stepped diamonds in the field. Size: 96’’ x 44’’ (244 x 112 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $300-600

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338. Cotton Ikat Shawl, India Chamba, Late 19th/Early 20th C. A cotton shawl patterned with warp and weft resist ikat technique, in colors of red, pinkish-white, and black with a pattern of stepped diamonds in the field. Size: 102.5’’ x 44’’ (260 x 112 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-800 339. Cotton Head Cloth, India Chamba, Late 19th/Early 20th C. A Cotton head cloth, Telia Rumal, patterned with weft and warp resist ikat technique, in colors of redbrown, red, and white, with a pattern of grid diamonds in the field. Size: 44’’ x 42’’ (112 x 107 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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340. Cotton Ikat Shawl, India Chamba, Late 19th/Early 20th C. Cotton shawl patterned with warp and weft resist ikat technique, in colors of red, red-brown, and white, with a simple cross pattern in the field. Size: 102’’ x 44’’ (259 x 112 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $300-600 341. Cotton Sari, India, Late 18th C. A lightweight cotton fully-backed sari in green with stenciled gold patterns of paisley (boteh) in different sizes throughout. Size: 127’’ x 41’’ (323 x 104 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400 -800

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342. Sari, India Deccan, Late 18th C. A sari of loosely woven cotton muslin with a rust dipped-dyed body and green dyed border. Gold and silver are stenciled in janga jamni technique directly to the fabric. Size: 258’’ x 68’’ (655 x 173 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600 343. Robe, India, Late 19th C. Robe of purple silk with discontinuous supplementary weft inlay (brocade) patterning in gold metal thread. Main field pattern is a grid formed by leaves, with a simple rosette within each square. Size: 48’’ x 64’’ (122 x 163 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $600-1200

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344. Silk Robe, India, Late 19th C. Open robe of purple silk with patterning in supplementary weft inlay (brocade) in gold thread. The brocade was woven in sections made specifically for the shape of the robe with separate sections for sleeves and body. Size: 47’’ x 61’’ (119 x 155 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $1000-2000 345. Jacket, India Kashmir, 19th C. Small jacket made from Kashmir shawl material. Wool twill with supplementary weft inlay (brocade), worked in a pattern of fantastic flowers, sprigs and bouquets. Size: 32.5’’ x 36.5’’ (83 x 93 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $500-1000

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347. Robe, India Kashmir, 19th C. Overlapping open front fitted robe made from twill tapestry woven fabric. Sides, collar and hem; trimmed with silk and metal thread patterned ribbon and plain green silk. Size: 42.5’’ x 61’’ (108 x 155 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $1000-2000 348. Robe, India, Late 19th C. Quilted, long sleeved open robe of cotton tabby cloth, with hand-painted and block applied, resist and direct dye patterning. Size: 51’’ x 66’’ (130 x 168 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-800

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349. Child’s Jacket, India. Wool twill, silk cloth and cotton cloth; supplementary weft inlay (brocade). Open front, high collared, short sleeved child’s jacket. Constructed or reconstructed in the 20th century from an older 19th c. Kashmir shawl fabric. Size: 19’’ x 21’’ (48 x 53 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600 350. Child’s Cape, India, Early 20th C. A child’s cape of Kashmir shawl material, a ribbed patterned wool twill with supplementary weft inlay with a repeat of small flowers in a variety of colors. Size: 26’’ x 28’’ (66 x 71 cm) Closed. Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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351. Block Printed Coat and Pants, India, Early 20th C. Including 1) Pair of wide waist, narrow ankle drawstring pants of very fine cotton tabby cloth. Made of a block print resist dyed outer cloth with a pattern of small floral sprigs on an ivory ground, with a lining of plaindyed muslin cloth. 2’ 9.5” x 3’ 10.5” (85.1 x 118.1cm). 2) Overlapping open front, fitted coat made from cotton tabby cloth, block printed. Lightly padded with wadding, trimmed with red cotton and lined with orange muslin. Two pockets, cloth knotted-button closure at neck. 5’ 6 1/2” x 4’ 5 1/4” (168.9 x 135.3cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600 352. Woman’s Hat, India, Early 20th C. Woman’s hat with a circular top section and a wide back flap. Finely embroidered in a pattern of fans, peacocks, and flowers in varicolored silk threads. Size: 19’’ x 11’’ (48 x 28 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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353. Child’s Hat, India, First Half 20th C. A Child’s head cover in the form of a cap-like, circular section with a long back panel. Made of cotton cloth with embroidery in silk. The background is red, with yellow, beige, green, purple, black and red embroidered floral rondels. Size: 19.5’’ x 8’’ (50 x 20 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200 -400

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354. Woman’s Dress, India/Pakistan, Early 20th C. Consisting of a silk skirt with scattered embroidered elements and bodice and long sleeves of silk with extensive embroidery in silk. Decorative buttons applied throughout. Size: 30’’ x 43’’ (76 x 109 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 355. Temple Wall Hanging, India, Late 17th C. A section of a temple wall hanging, recently edged and backed. The central panel is of cotton muslin, block printed with a pattern of small, delicate floral sprigs arranged in horizontal rows. Size: 32’’ x 23.5’’ (81 x 60 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600

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356. Wall Hanging or Table Cover, India, Late 18th C. Block printed in red and black on a beige colored cotton cloth with a grid pattern of squares of Gujarati script. Backed with hand woven cotton cloth. Size: 28’’ x 27’’ (71 x 69 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 357. Blanket or Bedcover, India, Late 19th C. A decorative blanket or bed cover of cotton tabby cloth with an applied design in hand drawn resist. The pattern is of floral motifs in blue and red and a beige center section with borders of blue, ochre, and red. Size: 94’’ x 72’’ (239 x 183 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $500-1000

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358. Blanket or Bedcover, India, Early 19th C., made from a European roller printed fabric with a design of two birds drinking from a large urn. Backed with a hand woven, handspun blockprinted fabric from India. Size: 77’’ x 86’’ (196 x 218 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600 359. Large Patchwork “Sampler” Blanket, India, Early 20th C. A wool and cotton blanket or bed cover constructed in patchwork technique from Manchester roller-printed cotton cloth sample swatches, many with the original sample identifying number still visible. Size: 132’’ x 65’’ (335 x 165 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600

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360. Textile Fragment, India Kashmir, 19th C. Fragment of a Kashmir textile of wool twill with supplementary weft inlay, and a pattern of pink and red narrow stemmed flowers with green and red leaves in European style on a buff ground. Size: 14.5’’ x 14’’ (37 x 36 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-300 361. Textile Fragment, India Kashmir, 19th C. Fragment of a Kashmir textile of wool twill with supplementary weft inlay, with a Hyderabad style pattern of very large leaves on a yellow-orange ground. Each leaf has an interior branching pattern of multiple floral elements. Size: 13’’ x 13’’ (33 x 33 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-300

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362. Textile Fragment, India Kashmir, 19th C. Fragment of a Kashmir textile of wool twill with supplementary weft inlay in the Hyderabad style, with wide, curving, vertical stripes of alternating pink and green enclosing fanciful floral stems and leaves. Size: 12’’ x 9’’ (30 x 23 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-300

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364. Textile Fragment, India Kashmir, Late 19th C. Fragment of the end border of a Kashmir textile, probably for the Hyderabad market, made with turquoise ground wool twill with supplementary weft inlay, with a pattern of narrow-stemmed, multi-petaled flowers. Size: 14.5’’ x 14’’ (37 x 36 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-300 365. Two Antique Textile Fragments, India. Including 1) An 18th C. pieced hanging of cotton and silk fabrics. The center section is of beige cotton muslin, embroidered in shades of green, fuchsia, and cream silk thread in a pattern of flowering sprigs in horizontal rows. 1’ 9” x 2’ 3” (53.3 x 68.6cm). 2) Fragment of a 19th C. Kashmir pattern woven textile in zigzag stripes of red and pink. 10” x 1’ 1” (27.3 x 34.9cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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366. Kashmir Shawl, India, Late 19th C. Kashmir shawl of wool twill with supplementary weft inlay, with a field pattern of a lattice arrangement of large, exotic flowers grouped in bouquets. Size: 97’’ x 52’’ (246 x 132 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $1000-2000 367. Two Antique Block Printed Textiles, India. Including 1) Early 17th Century fragment of block printed cotton with dagger or palm frond repeating motif in horizontal rows. Colors are green, beige and brown. Backed with a plain woven cotton cloth. 1’ 5” x 1’ 10” (43.2 x 55.9cm). 2) A Late 19th Century block printed table cover in rust and beige colors. 4’ 9” x 4’ 11” (144.8 x 149.9cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $300-600

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368. Head Cloth, India, Late 19th C. Section of a tabby woven cotton cloth with block print patterning of flowering sprigs in rust, black, beige. The back side is made of pieced sections of Manchester rollerprinted cotton fabrics. Size: 30’’ x 30.5’’ (76 x 77 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-300 369. Blanket or Bedcover, India, Early 20th C., made of Manchester England printed fabric samples with a cream background and variously patterned patchwork pieces. Size: 79’’ x 59’’ (201 x 150 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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370. Textile “Sampler”, India, Early 19th C. Fifteen examples of block print cotton cloth sewn onto a piece of pale blue poplin. All but 2 are block prints in various colors and floral motifs. The other two are embroidered with silk and metallic thread and mirrors. Size: 69’’ x 36’’ (175 x 91 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200 -400

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371. Head Cloth, Early 20th C. A Telia Rumal from Chirala, Andhra Pradesh, India. A woven cotton weft ikat, of dark indigo, red and beige. Size: 39.5’’ x 42’’ (100 x 107 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 372. Long Fabric Length, India, 19th C. A complete fabric length of cotton tabby cloth, block printed in resist and mordant dye with a pattern of small floral stems on a green ground. Field pattern worked to edge, plain green stripe at end borders. Size: 316’’ x 26’’ (803 x 66 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600

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373. Shoulder Cloth, India, Early 20th C. A fine shoulder cloth of cotton with weft ikat patterning in the field and segment dyeing in the warp at the end borders, creating an ivory white field with stepped diamond patterns, and red borders with thin white stripes. Size: 104.5’’ x 45’’ (265 x 114 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600 374. Fabric Length, India, 19th C. Complete fabric length of very fine cotton tabby cloth with a field pattern of birds within floral sprigs, done in block print in red and black on a ivory ground. Size: 113’’ x 34.5’’ (287 x 88 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 375. Kashmir Shawl, India, Late 19th C. Twill woven wool shawl composed of several sections of an older shawl that have been carefully joined, all patterned with a floral repeat of grape clusters and vines, executed in supplementary weft inlay. Size: 85’’ x 40.5’’ (216 x 103 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600

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376. Kashmir Shawl, India, Late 18th/Early 19th C. Twill woven wool shawl composed of narrow sections carefully joined, all patterned with a small-scale repeat of floral sprigs executed in supplementary weft inlay. Size: 78’’ x 31.5’’ (198 x 80 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $500-1000 377. Block Printed Blanket, India, 19th C. Hanging of finely woven cotton tabby cloth, block print and mordant dyed with a repeat pattern of small floral springs in red and green, narrow border surround of flowers and vines on a yellow ground. Size: 88’’ x 64’’ (224 x 163 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600 378. Kashmir Shawl, India, Late 19th C. A double sided fine shawl, twill woven with embroidered outlines around patterns of interlocking, swirling paisley (boteh) designs formed of green, abstracted leaf and stem forms, with small red flowers. Size: 112’’ x 50’’ (284 x 127 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $2000-4000

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379. Two Long Block Printed Textiles, India, Late 19th/ Early 20th C. 1) Fabric length of cotton tabby cloth with patterning in block print resist and mordant dye. Repeat design of vaguely floral design, one end border of flowers joined by links, final end border of a yellow stripe. 1’ 9” x 11’ (53.3 x 335.3cm). 2) Fabric length of cotton tabby cloth with patterning in block print mordant and resist dye in a repeat of yellow, rose, brown and dark red floral sprigs on a green ground. Narrow stripes at each cut end, and plain green end border. 5’ x 13’ 8” (152.4 x 416.6cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 380. Turban, India, Early 20th C. Head cloth of cotton muslin with wrap resist dye in lahariya technique. Stamped patterning in gold forming a grid. Size: 108’’ x 31.5’’ (274 x 80 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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381. Floral Textile Panel, India, Late 19th C. Length of cotton tabby cloth, block print resist and mordant dyed, with a cotton backing cloth. 2’ 6” x 3’ 5” (76.2 x 104.1cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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382. Turban, India, Mid 20th C. Cotton muslin headcover, wrapped resist dyed on two diagonals (mothara). 3’ x 4’ 11” (91.4 x 149.9 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 383. Sari, India, Early 20th C. Large hanging of cotton muslin with tie dye patterning in bandhani technique, with wide bands of supplementary weft inlay patterning in gold thread at ends. 6’ 8” x 8’ 4” (203.2 x 254 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-800 384. Silk Sari, India, Late 19th C. Hanging of iridescent purple silk with supplementary weft inlay (brocade), primarily in gold thread, with a field pattern of paisley or leaf-shaped repeats. Size: 13’4” x 44’’ (828 x 112 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $500-800

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385. Shawl, India, Early 20th Century. Shawl of cotton tabby cloth with weft ikat forming a pattern of small geometric figures on a black weft and warp ikat background. Located within a grid. Size: 104.5’’ x 45’’ (265 x 114 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $300-500 386. Shawl, India, Early 20th C. Shawl of cotton tabby cloth with weft ikat forming a pattern of small geometric figures on a black weft and warp ikat background. Located within a grid. Size: 106’’ x 44’’ (269 x 112 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $300-500

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387. Silk Sari, India, Late 19th C. Iridescent purple silk (red warps/blue wefts), with patterning in supplementary weft inlay (brocade). Size: 176’’ x 46.5’’ (447 x 118 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $600-1000 388. Head Cloth, India, Early 20th C. Small hanging or cover with a mandala-like arrangement of images of the gods arranged in a circle around a seated Brahma. Worked in silk satin stitch embroidery on cotton tabby cloth. Size: 36’’ x 36’’ (91 x 91 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $800-1200

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389. Pictorial Folk Art Hanging, India, Late 19th/Early 20th C. Pieced hanging composed of several pieces of cotton tabby cloth worked in block print or more likely, roller print, with figures of cows, temples, and female figures rendered in two different scales on the several pieces of fabric. Size: 28.5’’ x 47’’ (72 x 119 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 390. Sind Pillow Cover, India, Early/Mid 20th C. Pillow cover of hand-loomed red cotton tabby cloth with embroidery in silk and cotton thread in a variety of scattered patterns; a large rosette in the center and squares, circles and floral patterns in the field and wide bands of embroidery. Size: 30’’ x 22’’ (76 x 56 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 391. Sind Pillow Cover, India, Early 20th C. Pillow cover of handloomed red-brown cotton tabby cloth with embroidery in silk and cotton thread in geometric patterns forming a large cross in the center and squares at each corner. Size: 23’’ x 23’’ (58 x 58 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 392. Sind Pillow Cover, India, Early 20th C. A fine pillow cover of pieced, handloomed, red-brown, cotton tabby cloth with embroidery in silk and cotton thread forming a large, elaborate stepped cruciform pattern in the center. Size: 33’’ x 27’’ (84 x 69 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 393. Banjara Bag, India, Late 19th/Early 20th C. Bag pieced from strips of coarse, naturally dyed solid color tabby cotton cloth in red-brown and blue, with lines on diamond pattern embroidery along vertical axis of each stripe, and dotted rows of embroidery in red, blue and white. Size: 34.5’’ x 31.5’’ (88 x 80 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600 394. Four Traditional Textile Trappings, Banjara People, Early/ Mid 20th C. Including 1) a narrow strip of cotton tabby cloth with decoration in silk and metal thread embroidery, with pom-poms and mirror or mica fragments. 1.5” x 2’ 1” (3.8 x 63.5cm). 2) Headband of cotton tabby cloth with embroidery in silk and metal thread in a pattern of spiraling circles within squares, and narrow, multiple ties of braided silk thread. 2” x 1’ 1” (7 x 33cm). 3) Textile element for a costume: a strip of cotton tabby cloth with embroidery in silk thread in a pattern of stepped diamonds and zig-zags surrounding rosettes. 3.5” x 1’ 2” (8.9 x 35.6cm). 4) Head covering with two slits for ears, made of tabby cotton cloth with embroidery in silk enclosing mirror decoration and cotton pom-poms. 11.5” x 1’ (29.2 x 30.5cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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395. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Early/Mid 20th C. Head cover of ‘phulkari’ counted thread embroidery, worked in silk thread on a light red-brown cotton tabby ground cloth composed of three sewn sections. Size: 93.5’’ x 56’’ (237 x 142 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $500-800

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396. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Early 20th C. Woman’s head-cover of two joined sections of cotton tabby cloth known as a darshan dawar. Embroidered in floss silk in large scale geometric patterns that resemble arches, each enclosing a gridfilled with patterns of diamonds. Size: 86’’ x 49’’ (218 x 124 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $500-1000

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398. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Early/Mid 20th C. Head cover of ‘phulkari’ counted thread embroidery, worked in silk thread on a dark red cotton tabby ground cloth composed of three sewn sections. Field pattern of diamond shaped rosettes in white silk. Size: 96’’ x 51.5’’ (244 x 131 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600 399. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Mid 20th C. Head cover of ‘phulkari’ counted thread embroidery. Worked in silk thread on a red-brown cotton tabby ground cloth composed of three sewn sections. Size: 84’’ x 52’’ (213 x 132 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600 400. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Early 20th C. Head cover of ‘phulkari’ counted thread embroidery, worked in silk thread on a dark red cotton tabby ground cloth composed of three sewn sections. Size: 93’’ x 52’’ (236 x 132 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600

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401. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Early/Mid 20th C. Head cover of ‘phulkari’ counted thread embroidery, worked in silk thread on a dark red cotton tabby ground cloth composed of two sewn sections. Pattern of a large, sawtooth-edge strip along the length of each section. Size: 102’’ x 41’’ (259 x 104 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600 402. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Early 20th C. Head cover of ‘phulkari’ counted thread embroidery. Worked in silk thread on a red-brown cotton tabby ground cloth composed of three sewn sections. Size: 84’’ x 49’’ (213 x 124 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600

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403. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Early 20th C. Head cover of ‘phulkari’ counted thread embroidery. Worked in silk thread on a red-brown cotton tabby ground cloth composed of three sewn sections. Size: 94’’ x 59.5’’ (239 x 151 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600 404. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Early/Mid 20th C.Head cover of ‘phulkari’ counted thread embroidery, worked in silk thread in three shades of golden yellow, rust, wine red and beige on a dark brown cotton tabby ground cloth composed of two sewn sections. Size: 58’’ x 48’’ (147 x 122 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400 -800

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407. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Mid 20th C. Head cover of ‘phulkari’ counted thread embroidery, worked in silk thread on a beige cotton tabby ground cloth composed of three sewn sections. Field pattern of stripes enclosing sawtooth patterns. Size: 91’’ x 47’’ (231 x 119 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600 408. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Mid 20th C. A phulkari head cover or shawl with a rust colored background of three sections of tabby cotton cloth. The pattern is of an elaborate geometric repeat of diamond and triangular forms. Size: 93’’ x 49’’ (236 x 124 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $500-1000 409. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Mid 20th C. A phulkari head cover or shawl with a rust colored background of three sections of tabby cotton cloth. The pattern is of a large, square grid, each section enclosing a peacock. Size: 84’’ x 50’’ (213 x 127 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-800 410. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Early/Mid 20th C. Head cover of ‘phulkari’ counted thread embroidery, worked in silk thread on a red-brown cotton tabby ground cloth composed of three sewn sections. Field pattern of large crosses in green, white and fuschia on an orange ground. Size: 90’’ x 53.5’’ (229 x 136 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600

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411. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Early/Mid 20th C. A phulkari head cover or shawl from Himachal Pradesh. It has a red background with floral motifs in off white, yellow, pink, purple and orange. Size: 97’’ x 58’’ (246 x 147 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $500-800

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412. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Early/Mid 20th C. Head cover of ‘phulkari’ counted thread embroidery, worked in silk thread on a beige cotton tabby ground cloth composed of three sewn sections. Field pattern of zig-zag stripes in white and yellow. Size: 52’’ x 95’’ (132 x 241 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600

413. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Mid 20th C. Head cover of ‘phulkari’ counted thread embroidery, worked in silk thread on a dark red-brown cotton tabby ground cloth composed of three sewn sections. Size: 87’’ x 52’’ (221 x 132 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600

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414. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Mid/Late 20th C. Head cover of ‘phulkari’ counted thread embroidery, worked in silk thread on a dark red-brown cotton tabby ground cloth composed of three sewn sections. Size: 95’’ x 50’’ (241 x 127 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600

415. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Mid 20th C. Head cover of ‘phulkari’ counted thread embroidery, worked in silk thread on a dark red-brown cotton tabby ground cloth composed of three sewn sections. Size: 72’’ x 51’’ (183 x 130 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600

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418. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Late 19th C. Head cover or shawl composed of four sections of cotton tabby cloth sewn together. Almost the entire surface is covered with counted thread embroidery, worked in red and green silk in satin stitch in a bold geometric design. Size: 101’’ x 52’’ (257 x 132 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $500-800

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419. Phulkari Head Cloth, India, Late 19th C. Head cover or wrap composed of four sections of cotton tabby cloth sewn together. Almost the entire surface is covered with counted thread embroidery, worked in red and green silk in satin stitch in a bold geometric design. Size: 100’’ x 54’’ (254 x 137 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $500-800

420. Odhani Shawl, India, Mid 20th C. Odhani shawl of silk chiffon with tie dyed pattern of small dots on a variety of ground colors. Size: 317’’ x 37’’ (805 x 94 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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421. Vintage/antique sari with leheria patterning, maroon and gold. Size: 244’’ x 45’’ (620 x 114 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

422. Vintage/antique sari with leheria patterning, maroon, brown, green. Size: 202’’ x 42.5’’ (513 x 108 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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423. Block printed silk sari in gold and beige with paisley, floral and geometric motif. Size: 230’’ x 44’’ (584 x 112 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

424. Antique/vintage sari in tissue fabric with tie dye work known as leheria and woven with gold zari detail, maroon, brown, beige. Size: 196’’ x 42’’ (498 x 107 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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425. Antique/vintage sari in tissue fabric with tie dye work known as leheria, blue stripes on cream ground. Size: 209’’ x 43.5’’ (531 x 110 cm). $200-400

426. Antique/vintage sari in tissue fabric with tie dye work known as leheria and woven with gold zari detail, dark bluish green color on beige. Size: 224’’ x 44’’ (569 x 112 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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427. Turban, India, Late 18th C. A narrow turban of cotton muslin cloth with decoration in silk and silver. Loosely couched or embroidered golden yellow and green silk threads form a repeat pattern of small flowers and stems; silver fringed ends. Size: 237’’ x 4’’ (602 x 10 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

428. Turban, India, 19th C. A Rajasthan Turban cloth of cotton muslin with patterning in wrap resist (lahariya) with varied zigzag motifs. Added end band of woven gold wrapped thread. Colors are shades of beige, rust and aqua blue. Size: 583’’ x 5.5’’ (1481 x 14 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

429. Turban, India, Early 20th C. Turban cloth of cotton muslin with tie-dye pattern in bandhani, and narrow bands of supplementary weft inlay in gold metal thread at ends. 7” x 52’ (17.8 x 1585 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

430. Turban, India, Mid 20th C. A turban cloth of cotton muslin with wrap resist dye in lahariya technique. Size: 642’’ x 7.5’’ (1631 x 19 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

431. Turban, India, Mid 20th C. Narrow turban cloth of fine, loosely woven cotton muslin wrap-resist dyed in lahariya technique on the diagonal. Narrow panels of silk and gold thread sewn on to both ends. Stamped rosette patterns in gold on the muslin. 7” x 63’ (17.8 x 1920.2cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

432. Turban, India, Early 20th C. Alternately warp and weft-faced, long, narrow band of silk with sections of supplementary warp patterning in narrow stripes, alternating with bands of varicolored striped wefts. Size: 154’’ x 6.5’’ (391 x 17 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $300-500

433. Turban, India, Early 20th C. Narrow turban cloth of fine, loosely woven cotton muslin wrap-resist dyed on two diagonals (mothara). Narrow panels of silk and gold thread sewn on to both ends. 7” x 70’ 6” (17.8 x 2148.8 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

434. Turban, India, Early 20th C. Narrow turban cloth of cotton muslin wrap-resist dyed on two diagonals (mothara) with sections of varied patterning. Strips of gold wrapped silk thread embroidery at each end. 5.5” x 38’ 4” (14 x 1168 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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437. Two Turban Cloths, India, Early 20th C. Including a long turban cloth of fine cotton muslin, each end decorated with a five inch wide band of patterning in supplementary weft inlay of metal thread (gold/silver wrapped around an orange silk core). 1037’’ x 9’’ (2634 x 23 cm). And a short turban cloth of cotton muslin with patterning in wrap resist (lahariya). 27’’ x 7.5’’ (69 x 19 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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438. Turban, India, Early 20th C. Cotton tabby cloth with silk and gold thread. Turban cloth of cotton muslin with patterning in wrap resist (lahariya) with gold cloth on ends. Size: 503’’ x 7’’ (1278 x 18 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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439. Turban, India, Mid 20th C. Turban cloth of cotton muslin with wrap resist dye in lahariya technique. Formed into a turban with a pendant cloth tail, with paper supports inside folds. Size: 56’’ x 31’’ (142 x 79 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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440. Palampore “Tree of Life” Hanging, India, Late 20th C. Modern hanging, a palampore, tree of life design, with a river scene, with flowing water, a tree with luxuriant foliage, and parrots. Hand painted in kalamakari technique. Size: 72’’ x 46’’ (183 x 117 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 441. Palampore “Tree of Life” Hanging, India, Late 20th C. A hanging of cotton tabby cloth made by the contemporary Indian artist, Nirianjan Chetty, from the village of Sri Kalahasti. This palampore, or tree of life hanging, is worked in the kalamlari technique of hand drawn resist dye. Size: 109’’ x 76’’ (277 x 193 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-800

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442. Palampore “Tree of Life” Hanging, India, Late 20th C. A modern hanging in palampore, tree of life design, with a river scene of flowing water, a tree with luxuriant foliage, and parrots. Hand painted in kalamakari technique and with applied gold. Signed R. G. Goud. Size: 52’’ x 34’’ (132 x 86 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 443. Hindu Pictorial Hanging, India, Late 20th C. A cotton hanging with a scene of Hindu gods. Hand painted in kalamakari technique. Size: 23’’ x 74’’ (58 x 188 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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444. Silk Satin Hanging, India, Mid 20th C. Hanging of deep red silk satin cloth worked in silk chain stitch in a pattern of floral sprigs with a large central medallion in the form of a rosette, and four smaller circular medallions in the corners. Size: 68’’ x 55’’ (173 x 140 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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445. Floral Robe, India, Late 20th C. Thickly padded robe of tabby woven cotton cloth, lined with tabby woven cloth, both patterned with blocks in resist and direct dye. Cross-hatched patterned and striped cotton cloth on collar and cuffs. Size: 62.5’’ x 64.5’’ (159 x 164 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $400-600 446. Two Traditional Block Print Hangings, India. Including 1) A Mid 20th C. hanging of cotton tabby cloth, block print mordant dyed, with a field pattern repeat of Krishna emerging from a floral sprig, with two women holding fans on either side. 5’ 8” x 6’ 3” (172.7 x 190.5cm). 2) A Late 20th C. hanging of cotton tabby cloth executed in traditional block print technique. The hanging has a green ground with a floral repeat in red and yellow, with white area in the field, surrounded by three borders. 5’ 1” x 7’ 6” (154.9 x 228.6cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $300-600 447. Two Embroidered Textiles, India, Late 20th C. Including 1) Decorative hanging of synthetic fabric with embroidered pattern of dancing ladies surrounded by frames of scrolling buds and garlands, with a hem decorated with rows of floral scrolls. 2’ 9” x 7’ 9” (83.8 x 236.2cm). 2) Decorative hanging of synthetic fabric with embroidered pattern of flowering stems, the hem decorated with rows of floral scrolls. 2’ 9” x 4’ 8” (83.8 x 142.2cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 448. Banjara Patchwork Textile, India, 20th C. Constructed from many small patches of vintage cloth, each embroidered in cotton thread in geometric patterns. The different patches are worked in a variety of stitches: counted thread, cross stitch satin stitch, and others. Size: 64’’ x 41’’ (163 x 104 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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449. Two Cotton Ikat Hangings, India, Late 20th c. 1) a hanging with a depiction of a mandala of gods, executed in weft wrap resist ikat technique. 3’ 8” x 5’ (111.8 x 152.4cm). 2) a hanging patterned with weft resist ikat technique, in colors of burgundy, blue, yellow-gold, and white. 1’ 11” x 2’ 4” (58.4 x 71.1cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 450. Silk Ikat Textile, Gujarat, India, late 20th c. A silk warp, silk weft double ikat patola with field of diamond shapes enclosing caparisoned elephants and parrots, and a border pattern repeat of a flower with two leaves. Size: 23.5’’ x 24’’ (60 x 61 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-300

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451. Two Cotton Ikat Shawls, India, late 20th c. 1) a cotton hanging patterned with warp and weft resist ikat technique, in colors of cherry-red, white, and black. The pattern is a grid with designs of airplanes, stars, and birds. 3’ 7” x 3’ 9” (109.2 x 114.3cm). 2) a cotton hanging patterned with warp and weft resist ikat technique, in colors red, pink, and black in a pattern of checkers, birds, clocks, and flowers. 3’ 4” x 3’ 6” (101.6 x 106.7cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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452. Three Tie Dye Shawls, India, Mid 20th C. Including 1) a length of crepe fabric with tie dye (bandhani) worked in simple dot patterns (bindi or bundi) in white on a red ground. Stretch. 3’ 1” x 7’ 9” (94 x 236.2cm). 2) another in white on a blue ground. 2’ 0.5” x 7’ 2” (62.2 x 218.4cm). 3) and another made of fine green-dyed cotton muslin with a few additional, very thick warps and wefts inserted during weaving parallel to edges and ends to make thickened border lines. 2’ 8” x 7’ 6” (81.3 x 228.6cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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453. Shawl, India, Mid 20th C. Woman’s head covering/ shawl of cotton muslin with tie-dyed patterning in wide zig-zag bands and small circles. 4’ 9” x 7’ 9” (144.8 x 236.2cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 454. Fabric Length, India, Mid 20th C. Fabric width of deep yellow cotton muslin with a field pattern of stripes of red scrolling vines, end borders of larger floral sprigs. 4’ 5” x 14’ (134.6 x 426.7cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200 -400

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455. Fabric Length, India, Mid 20th C. Complete fabric length of cotton tabby cloth with block printed resist and mordant dye patterning in a floral repeat in black, red and white on a green background, and two narrow black stripes at end. Size: 172’’ x 47.5’’ (437 x 121 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 456. Shawl, India, Late 20th C. A table cover or shawl that utilizes older weaving techniques of multiple harnesses on an antique loom to produce a pattern woven cloth similar to that of jaquard weaving. Size: 72’’ x 33’’ (183 x 84 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 457. Silk Sari, India, Late 20th C. A modern silk sari dyed in wrap resist warp-faced ikat technique, woven in satin weave. Colors are white and black with narrow gold colored pattern woven bands on ends. Size: 238’’ x 46’’ (605 x 117 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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458. Cotton Sari, India, Late 20th C. A cotton sari patterned with warp and weft resist ikat technique, in colors of red, white, and green, with checkered and star-like geometric designs contained within a grid. Size: 200’’ x 45’’ (508 x 114 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 459. Silk Sari, India, Late 20th C. A silk sari dyed in wrap resist warp-faced ikat technique. Colors are white, red, and black. Size: 216’’ x 46’’ (549 x 117 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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460. Silk Sari, India, Late 20th C. A silk sari dyed in wrap resist warp-faced ikat technique. Colors are purple, green, yellow, and white, with a pattern of elephants, birds, and geometric designs on ends. Size: 200’’ x 46’’ (508 x 117 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

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461. Silk Sari, India, Late 20th C. A modern silk sari dyed in wrap resist warp and weft ikat technique. Colors are white, red, golden-orange, green, and indigo blue. Size: 210’’ x 48’’ (533 x 122 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200400

462. Two Handwoven Cotton Belts, Banjara People, India, late 20th c. Bands of cotton cloth with counted stitch embroidery in polished cotton thread in a variety of geometric patterns and colors, dominated by bright orange and fuchsia. Wrapped threads on one edge. Sizes: 1) 51’’ x 3’’ (130 x 8 cm); 2) 49’’ x 3.5’’ (124 x 9 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-300

463. Long Turban Cloth, India, Mid 20th C. Cotton tabby; tie dyed, gold thread. Size: 296’’ x 8’’ (752 x 20 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-300

464. Turban, India, Mid 20th C. Turban cloth of fine cotton muslin with patterning in wrapped resist (lahariya). Size: 608’’ x 14’’ (1544 x 36 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 464

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465. Two Cotton Ikat Shawls, India, late 20th c. 1) a cotton shawl patterned with warp and weft resist ikat technique, in colors of red, black, and white, with a field design of a hexagonal grid filled with flowers. 2’ 11.5” x 8’ 8” (90.2 x 264.2cm). 2) a cotton shawl patterned with warp and weft resist ikat technique, in colors of black, red, and off-white in a design of grid-worked crosses. 2’ 11” x 7’ (88.9 x 213.4cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400

466. Three Cotton Ikat Shawls, India, late 20th c. Three modern era traditional cotton scarves patterned with warp and weft resist ikat technique. Sizes: 1) 95’’ x 35’’ (241 x 89 cm); 2) 95’’ x 35’’ (241 x 89 cm); 3) 95’’ x 36’’ (241 x 91 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200-400 467

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467. Narrow turban cloth of fine, loosely woven cotton muslin wrap-resist dyed in bandhana technique, forming a pattern of ivory circles on an indigo ground. Size: 550’’ x 4.5’’ (1397 x 11 cm). Provenance: The Roger Hollander Collection of Indian Mainland Textiles. $200 -400

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468. 19th C. Silk Embroidered Shawl, Sind, Pakistan. Silk and mirrorwork on handspun cotton. Size: 53’’ x 86’’ (135 x 218 cm). California estate. $300-500

469. 19th C. Silk Embroidered Shawl, Sind, Pakistan. Silk and mirrorwork on handspun cotton. Size: 50’’ x 77’’ (127 x 196 cm). California estate. $300-500

470. 19th C. Silk Embroidered Shawl, Sind, Pakistan. Silk and mirrorwork on handspun cotton. Size: 58’’ x 80’’ (147 x 203 cm). California estate. $300-500

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471. Black woman’s mantle (“chyrpi”) with red, blueblack, yellow and white silk embroidery on cotton ground, lined with Russian cotton fabric, Tekke People, Turkmenistan, late 19th century. Size: 49’’ x 30.5’’ (124 x 77 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $300 -600

472. 3 embroidered textiles from India/Pakistan: money bag face, embroidered cotton with mirror work, mounted and framed, India; Swat Valley embroidered square of red silk on black cotton; child’s hat with Mochi aari work from Kutch region, Gujarat, India. Sizes: 1) Sight: 24.5’’ x 7’’ (62 x 18 cm), Frame: 30.5’’ x 11’’ (77 x 28 cm); 2) 10’’ x 9.5’’ (25 x 24 cm); 3) 24.5’’ x 25’’ (62 x 64 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400

473. Lot of Southeast Asian textiles including Thai silk ikat longyi; Thai/Burmese silk ikat longyi with cotton waistband, possibly Shan; Haka longyi with ikat woven on backstrap loom, Myanmar; East Timor Saron with ikat and supplementary patterning. Ranging in size from: 22.5’’ x 12’’ (57 x 30 cm) to 51’’ x 22’’ (130 x 56 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $400 -600

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474. Collector’s lot of Lao textiles including long sarong with beads in diamond array, probably Alak; short sarong, probably Alak; longyi Khamu/Giarai, homespun cotton, skirt, probably Atapu; homespun cotton textile with beads laid in the weaving, uncut warps. Sizes: 1) 25.5’’ x 60’’ (65 x 152 cm); 2) 59’’ x 24’’ (150 x 61 cm); 3) 25’’ x 26’’ (64 x 66 cm); 4) 60’’ x 37’’ (152 x 94 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400

475. Dong wedding blanket embroidered with golden thread on blue homespun cotton. Size: 64’’ x 41’’ (163 x 104 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200 -400

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477. Body armor or cuirass, Dani People, upper portion is looped vegetable fiber, lower part is rigid and comprises three sets of fibers worked vertically, New Guinea, collected in Jakarta 1980-1983. Size: 20.5’’ x 18’’ (52 x 46 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $400 -600 478

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478. Traditional woman’s skirt/lower body garment called ewer, made of fiber, Papua, Indonesia, early to mid 20thc, acquired in Ujung Pandang in 1988. Size: 31’’ x 18’’ (79 x 46 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400

479. Ethnographic hat/headpiece lot including: Iban basketry hat, Debak, Sarawak; twined man’s hat, Bontoc People, Philippines; man’s hat, Kyrgyzstan; woman’s hat, Ismaili, Pakistan; man’s batik hat, Java, Indonesia. Various Sizes. Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $300 -600

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480. Stamped patterned brass water pipe base, Bangladesh, c. 1920. Size: 6.5’’ x 5’’ (17 x 13 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400

481. 2 Chinese Ceramic Bowls, Han Dynasty (206 BCE-220 CE). Ex-collection of Beurdeley & Cie. Purchased at Drouot-Richelieu Auction, Paris, 1997. Sizes: 1) 3.5’’ x 5’’ (9 x 13 cm); 2) 4’’ x 5’’ (10 x 13 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400

482. Old Indonesian Shaman’s necklace with 41 finely carved wood figures, from Central Kalimantan. Size: 22”L (56 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200 -400 481 482

483. Collection of 11 Asian baskets including: Blue Mong burden basket, Thailand; back basket (khapa), Tampuan, Cambodia; 2 fish baskets, Palawan, Philippines; rice basket, Meo People, Thailand, published in DW Fraser A Guide to Weft Twining and Related Structures with Interacting Wefts, figure 104; bamboo wrap skirt, Haka, Myanmar; twined basket from China with 2 handles, published in DW Fraser A Guide to Weft Twining and Related Structures with Interacting Wefts, figure 109; fish cage, Philippines, CF Luzon fish trap (asa-sad) from Harvard’s Peabody Museum in DW Fraser A Guide to Weft Twining and Related Structures with Interacting Wefts; coiled lidded basket in fern fiber, from Queen’s Workshop, Thailand; back basket with lid held in place by elaborate braids, Benaue, Philippines. Various sizes. Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $300-500

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484. Warrior dao (knife) belt with cowry shells, Konyak Naga, India. Belt is late 19th/early 20th c., but dao may be newer. Size: 23.5’’ x 10’’ x 8’’ (60 x 25 x 20 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $300-600

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485. Early 20c cast bell and Hindu oil lamp and chain with bird and canine figures, Bangladesh. Birdshaped lamps are commonly hung before Hindu deity figures. Purchased in Dhaka in 1996. Sizes: 1) 7’’ x 5.5’’ (18 x 14 cm) Length with chains: 35” (89 cm); 2) 6.5’’ x 4’’ x 6.75’’ (17 x 10 x 17 cm) Length with chains: 19” (48 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400 486. Classic Kayan/Kenyah Dayak Hudoq mask with attached ears and horn-like appendages, bone fangs and rattan basketry helmet, eyes accented with small mirrors, early to mid-20th c. Typically used in agricultural dances, the painted red, black and white designs mimicks rainforest vines. cf. Newton & Barbier Islands and Ancestors, plate 25. Size: 17’’ x 15.5’’ x 15’’ (43 x 39 x 38 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $500-1000

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487. 2 hand carved wooden Indonesian masks: barong mask, Bali, c. 1900 and Javanese mask, Excollection of Beurdeley & Cie, purchased at Drouot-Richelieu Auction, Paris, 1997. Sizes: 1) 7.5’’ x 6’’ x 4.5’’ (19 x 15 x 11 cm); 2) 9.25’’ x 11.25’’ x 6.75’’ (23 x 29 x 17 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $200-400 488. Lot of Indonesian artifacts including highly detailed framed painting by Gusti Anom Brata (Batuan School) and two traditional wayang puppets. Sizes: 1) 27’’ x 27’’ (69 x 69 cm); 2) 21.25’’ x 18’’ (54 x 46 cm); 3) Frame size: 10’’ x 9’’ (25 x 23 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $100-300 489. Camel trapping consisting of 3 ply-split braided pieces including gorbandh and two short lhoum, embellished with buttons and tassels, Rajasthan, India, early/mid 20th century, collected in 1995. Sizes: 1) 48’’ x 25’’ (122 x 64 cm); 2) 48’’ x 26’’ (122 x 66 cm); 3) 51’’ x 36’’ (130 x 91 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $300-600

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490. Hornbill harvest figure comprised of five painted wooden pieces with hunters, gamalan, rice barn, Iban People, Sarawak, Malaysia. Early/Mid 20th c. Cf Newton & Barbier Islands and Ancestors, fig. 76 (as used in ceremony).Size: 28.5’’ x 72’’ x 9’’ (72 x 183 x 23 cm). Provenance: David and Barbara Fraser. $400-800 491. Monumental Maori Relief Carved House Panel. Carved wood figural demon decoration with shell inset eyes. On stand. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 96.5’’ x 26’’ x 3.5’’ (245 x 66 x 9 cm). $1000-2000 492. Toraja Peoples Wooden Water Buffalo Sarcophagus (Erong), Celebes Islands, Indonesia. Carved wood, bone, horn, nails. Provenance: Douglas Dawson Gallery, Chicago; Allan Stone Collection, New York (acquired from the above in October 1999); Rago, Lambertville. October 19, 2018, Lot 197. Size: 30’’ x 94’’ x 38’’ (76 x 239 x 97 cm). $1000-2000

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493. African Bobo Bat Plank Mask, Burkina Faso. Carved and paint decorated wood. On metal stand. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 14” x 80” x 6” (36 x 203 x 15 cm). Height on stand: 20” (51 cm). $8001200

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494. Large Carved Wood Male Figure, Possibly Dayak Hampatong. Carved wood figure in waist cloth, on pointed triangular plinth. Arms lacking. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 63”x 12”x 9” (160 x 30 x 23 cm). $300-500

495. Indonesian Crocodile Hasapi Lute and and African Rhythm Pounder. CArved wood. Provenance: Carved wood. Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 2.5’’ x 41.5’’ x 3’’ (6 x 105 x 8 cm); 2) 6’’ x 44’’ x 5’’ (15 x 112 x 13 cm). $300-500 495

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496. Large Naga Morsarang and a Horn Container, Batak, Sumatra. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 4’’ x 17’’ x 3’’ (10 x 43 x 8 cm); 2) 16.5’’ x 14.5’’ x 3.5’’ (42 x 37 x 9 cm). $200-300

497. Antique Assam Polychrome Wood Mask, India. Size: 20’’ x 27’’ x 6.5’’ (51 x 69 x 17 cm). $200-400

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498. Balinese Carved Stone Figure of a Man. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 30” x 12” x 9” (76 x 30 x 23 cm). $300-500

499. Unusual Iron Samurai Urn. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 21’’ x 13.5’’ (53 x 34 cm). $300-500

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500. Antique Chinese Relief Decorated Blue Glaze Earthenware Vase. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Size: 21’’ x 14’’ x 14” (53 x 36 x 36 cm). $200-300

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501. Group of African Zoomorphic Pipes and Figures. Carved wood. Together with a armadillo-shaped box by B.Z. Merino and a carved wood nadi bull, India. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Ranging in Size from: 3’’ x 5.5’’ (8 x 14 cm) to 5’’ x 18’’ (13 x 46 cm). $200 -300 501

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502. African Dan Mankala Game Board and a Carved Wood Turtle. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 4.25” x 27” x 5” (11 x 69 x 13 cm); 2) 7” x 20” x 10” (18 x 51 x 25 cm). $200-300

503. Fine Malaysian Dayak Beaded Baby Carrier, Borneo. Provenance: James Willis Gallery, San Francisco; Allan Stone Gallery, New York (acquired from the above in 1987). Size: 12’’ x 15’’ x 6’’ (30 x 38 x 15 cm). $300-500

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504. Plexi Case with assorted Papua New Guinea shell artifacts and jewelry. Ex George Zafero Collection. Ranging in size from: 1.5’’ x .75’’ (4 x 2 cm) to 21’’ x 1’’ (53 x 3 cm). $200 -400

505. Two Shiva Lingam Stones. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: 1) 13” x 6” x 6” (33 x 15 x15 cm). 2) 5.5” x 2.5” x 2.5” (14 x 6 x 6 cm). $200-400 505 506

506. Two African Senufo Mud Cloths with Birds. Framed. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Sizes: (1) 32’’ x 50’’, 81 x 127 cm (object); 34.25’’ x 52.25’’, 87 x 133 cm (frame); (2) 30” x 45” (67 x 114 cm) (object); 32.25” x 47.25” (82 x 120 cm) (frame). $200-300

507. Group of Five (5) Small Ethnographic Items. Including an Akan bone comb, burlap doll, frog-form Java wood kris handle, Egyptian style ushabti and a Spanish colonial head. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Ranging in Size from: 3’’ x 1’’ (8 x 3 cm) to 9.5’’ x 3’’ (24 x 8 cm). $300-500

508. Large Burmese carved wood figure, gilded with glasswork, early 20th c. Repairs. Size: 51.5’’ x 20’’ x 14’’ (131 x 51 x 36 cm). $600-900

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509. Pre-Columbian Phallic Spouted Clay Vessel. Provenance: Collection of Allan Stone, New York. Together with two clay pots. Size: 1) 5’’ x 8’’ x 4’’ (13 x 20 x 10 cm); 2) 8.5’’ x 4’’ (22 x 10 cm); 3) 11.5’’ x 6’’ (29 x 15 cm). $300-500

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510. Antique Lady’s collar from Imperial court dress outfit, Qing Dynasty, China, mounted. Size: 25’’ x 27’’, 64 x 69 cm (collar); 34’’ x 30’’, 86 x 76 cm (stretcher). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

511. Wall hanging with flower and bird motifs, wool embroidery on cotton ground, possibly Balkan or Middle Eastern. Size: 76’’ x 50’’ (193 x 127 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

512. 4 Antique Ottoman Turkish Silk Embroidered Towels, silk and metallic work on handspun cotton. Ranging in size from: 29’’ x 15’’ (74 x 38 cm) to 50’’ x 19’’ (127 x 48 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-500

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514. Antique Mounted beaded panel from baby carrier, early 20th century, Kayan people, Dayak, Sarawak. Size: 12’’ x 10’’, 30 x 25 cm (beaded panel); 18’’ x 16’’, 46 x 41 cm (frame). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

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515. Lot of Old Beaded Dayak Textiles, Borneo: Pair of beaded panels, possibly for a baby carrier, Orang Ulu, Borneo; a beaded panel with “asos”, Kenyah people, 1920’s with later repairs, Sarawak; and 3 others. Ranging in size from: 9’’ x 3’’ (23 x 8 cm) to 13’’ x 12’’ (33 x 30 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

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516. Image for home shrine, woodblock-printed cotton, 19th century or earlier, found in Melaka, Malaysia, Chinese. Size: 30’’ x 31’’ (76 x 79 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $100 -200

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517. Balinese Temple Hanging Textile depicting the Rice Goddess, Dewi Sri, songket weave with beads, Bali, early 20th c. Size: 17’’ x 8’’, 43 x 20 cm (textile ); 21’’ x 10’’, 53 x 25 cm (frame). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $100-200

518. Antique Yao Shaman’s Silk Embroidered Robe, depicting celestial figures in Taoist heaven, silk and cotton, Vietnam. Size: 45’’ x 36’’ (114 x 91 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $400-600

519. 4 old Java textiles: breastcloth (“kemben”), handdrawn batik tulis, soga dyes; woman’s breast cloth (“kain dodot”), indigo-dyed commercial cotton using “tritik” technique, Central Java; “kain panjang”, silk batik tulis with metal braiding “rembang tana kiat” pattern; and woman’s shoulder cloth with fertility pattern with branches and tendrils made for Chinese market, North Coast Java. Ranging in size from: 21’’ x 90’’ (53 x 229 cm) to 20’’ x 96’’ (51 x 244 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

520. 2 batik textiles: indigo-dyed batik with wayang figures, and decorative hanging with birds and floral border, cotton batik tulis, Java. Sizes: 1) 94’’ x 38’’ (239 x 97 cm); 2) 41’’ x 69’’ (104 x 175 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200 -400

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521. 2 Minangkabau textiles: woman’s shoulder cloth (“Salandang Gaba”), cotton, silk,metallic thread; and sarong, first third 20th century; cotton, silk, metalwrapped thread, Sumatra. Sizes: 1) 99’’ x 32’’ (251 x 81 cm); 2) 52’’ x 37’’ (132 x 94 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300 -600

522. 3 Toraja textiles from Sulawesi including: 2 Sacred cloths depicting auspicious symbols, “sarita”, woodblock printing on hand-loomed cotton, natural dyes; and a sacred cloth depicting animals and other auspicious symbols, “ma’wa”, rice-paste resist batik and painting on hand-loomed cotton, vegetable dyes. Ranging in size from: 60’’ x 12’’ (152 x 30 cm) to 192’’ x 9’’ (488 x 23 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

523. 3 Toba Batak textiles: Ulos or shoulder cloth (“ragi hotang”), beads on cotton ikat; shoulder cloth (“selendang”), cotton with warp stripes and ikat patterning, first half of 20th c; and another shoulder cloth. Ranging in size from: 70’’ x 29’’ (178 x 74 cm) to 88’’ x 33’’ (224 x 84 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

524. 2 ceremonial hangings (“tirai”): one with cotton applique and bangles from Lampung, Sumatra; and one with gold-wrapped thread stumpwork and spangles on felt ground, Sumatra. Sizes: 1) 11’’ x 44’’ (28 x 112 cm); 2) 14’’ x 158’’ (36 x 401 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $400-800

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525. 3 Balinese ceremonial temple textiles: a rectangular hanging (“tabing”) depicting Vishnu astride Garuda, embroidered cotton, Negara; a temple perimeter hanging (“ider ider”) depicting scene from a Hindu epic, silk embroidery on cotton ground, 2nd half 20th c., Jembrana area; and another “ider ider”. Ranging in size from: 30’’ x 53’’ (76 x 135 cm) to 11’’ x 105’’ (28 x 267 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

526. 3 Old Indonesian batik textiles: woman’s skirt cloth (“kain panjang”), cotton batik, Java; woman’s wrapper with butterfly and flower motif (“kain panjang”), batik tulis on cotton, Java; and cloth with rabbits and bottehs, cotton batik, Indonesia. Ranging in size from: 68’’ x 44’’ (173 x 112 cm) to 92’’ x 41’’ (234 x 104 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

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527. Antique Ceremonial Textile “Tampan” Ships Cloth, mounted. Depicting three rows of ships with figures, cotton, natural dyes in supplementary weft weave, Lampung, Sumatra, 19th/early 20th c. Size: 22’’ x 23.5’’, 56 x 60 cm (textile); 26’’ x 26’’, 66 x 66 cm (stretcher). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

528. 2 Antique Indonesian ceremonial textiles, tampan or shipcloths, cotton with supplementary weft weaving, 19th century, Lampung, Sumatra. Sizes: 1) 41’’ x 69’’ (104 x 175 cm); 2) 39’’ x 29’’ (99 x 74 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

529. Antique Pua Kombu Ikat Textile, vinelike pattern (“buah berinjan”) with skull baskets, Iban, Sarawak, early 20th c. Size: 78’’ x 44’’ (198 x 112 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $400-600 529

530 530. Ikat Hingii, East Sumba, Handspun Cotton, decorated with human and animal figures, handspun cotton ikat. Size: 118’’ x 49’’ (300 x 124 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

531. 2 Antique Cotton Ikat Ceremonial “Sekomundi” Textiles, early 20th century, Toraja people, Sulawesi. Sizes: 1) 64’’ x 50’’ (163 x 127 cm); 2) 66’’ x 50.5’’ (168 x 128 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $400-600 531

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533. Man’s shoulder cloth, “ragi hotang”, cotton ikat, weft twining, supplementary weaving, glass beads with fringes, Toba Batak people, Sumatra. Size: 84’’ x 37’’ (213 x 94 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

534. Pua kombu textile with head hunter designs, cotton ikat, Iban People, Sarawak, early 20th c. Size: 93’’ x 41’’ (236 x 104 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300 -600

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535. Antique Pua Kombu Ceremonial Textile, cotton ikat, “engkeramba” pattern, Iban, Saribas River region, circa 1910-20, Sarawak. Size: 88’’ x 36’’ (224 x 91 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $400-600

536. 2 Iban Textiles, Borneo: woman’s skirt (“kain keban”), cotton, silk thread, metal, mica, 2nd division, Sarawak, circa 1920’s; and man’s shoulder cloth depicting crocodiles and human figures, cotton pilih technique, Sarawak, Borneo. Sizes: 1) 64’’ x 17’’ (163 x 43 cm); 2) 23’’ x 21’’ (58 x 53 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

537. Woman’s ceremonial skirt cloth, “tapis”, goldwrapped thread couching and stumpwork on cotton ground, mica and bangles, Kauer people, Lampung, Sumatra. Size: 46’’ x 50’’ (117 x 127 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $400 -800

538. Tapis, ceremonial sarong, gold thread on handwoven cotton, Lampung, South Sumatra, early 20th century. Size: 42’’ x 25’’ (107 x 64 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $1000-1500

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540. Woman’s ceremonial skirt cloth (“tapis”), couched gold-wrapped thread, bangles on cotton ground, Abung people, Lampung, Sumatra. Size: 48’’ x 46’’ (122 x 117 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $400-800

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541. Antique Indonesian Tapis, ceremonial skirt from Lampung, Sumatra, original mica mirrors. Size: 45’’ x 25’’ (114 x 64 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $400-800

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542. Mounted woman’s ceremonial skirt, “tapis kaca”, homespun cotton ground with gold-wrapped thread, silk “inu”embroidery and mica, Kauer people, Lampung. Tapis are heavily ornamented ceremonial sarongs made and worn by women in the south Sumatran province of Lampung, Indonesia. Tapis are made from cloth strips that are woven by hand from dyed cotton and silk threads, then sewn together into a tube, and finally decorated with gold, silk, mirrors, and other precious materials. Size: 11.5’’ x 55’’, 29 x 140 cm (sight); 12.5’’ x 56’’, 32 x 142 cm (frame). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $400-800

543. 3 Sumatran Ceremonial “Tirai” Hangings, early/ mid 20th c.: one depicting phoenixes with goldwrapped thread and mirrors couched on cotton ground, South Sumatra; one with cotton applique and bangles from South Sumatra; and one from Lampung, Sumatra. Ranging in size from: 11’’ x 81’’ (28 x 206 cm) to 53’’ x 82’’ (135 x 208 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300 -600

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544. 2 Men’s Ceremonial Cotton Ikat Textiles (Hinggi) from East Sumba. One decorated with prestigious symbols including deer and other auspicious animals, natural dyes; and one decorated with human and animal figures. Each size: 94’’ x 40’’ (239 x 102 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

545. 3 East Sumba textiles: a woman’s tube skirt, “lau pahudu”, woven cotton with supplementary weaving; another weaving depicting an ancestral figure, cotton with interval supplementary warp weaving “pahikung”; and a textile with figural and animal motifs. Ranging in size from 46’’ x 14’’ (117 x 36 cm) to 96’’ x 24’’ (244 x 61 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200 -400

546. 2 Tribal Textiles, Bahnar People, Vietnam: man’s hood/blanket, cotton; and a woman’s wraparound skirt. Sizes: 1) 45’’ x 170’’ (114 x 432 cm); 2) 38’’ x 68’’ (97 x 173 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

547. 3 Aceh textiles including: a textile fragment originally the end of a shoulder cloth, silk songket; and 2 woman’s shoulder cloths, “selendang”, metal-wrapped thread songket on silk, Aceh, Sumatra. Ranging in size from: 28’’ x 24’’ (71 x 61 cm) to 78’’ x 34’’ (198 x 86 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600 548

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548. Rare Old Kalimantan Palm Fiber Ikat Textile, Ceremonial hanging, Kalimantan, Indonesia. Size: 24’’ x 49’’ (61 x 124 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

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549. 3 Miao textiles from Guizhou, China: a cross-stitched embroidered dress yoke, silk on cotton with shells; a baby bib, silk cut and fold applique on cotton ground; and a baby carrier panel, cut and folded silk applique. vRanging in size from: 20’’ x 27’’ (51 x 69 cm) to 28’’ x 18’’ (71 x 46 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

550. 2 Chinese Minority Textiles from Guizhou, China: a woman’s festive headcloth, silk, cotton, Yi people; and a woman’s festival jacket, indigo calendered cotton, batik paint, silk embroidery, Dandu Miao, Danzhai area. Sizes: 1) 29’’ x 50’’ (74 x 127 cm); 2) 14’’ x 59’’ (36 x 150 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

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551. 2 embroidered trade cloths, silk, late 19th-early 20th century, Dhaka, Bangladesh, collected in Aceh, Sumatra. Sizes: 1) 45’’ x 44’’ (114 x 112 cm); 2) 55’’ x 54’’ (140 x 137 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600 552 552. 3 antique ceremonial cloths (“tampan”), cotton with supplementary weft weaving depicting ships bearing ancestors, used to wrap gifts, Lampung, Sumatra. Ranging in size from: 15’’ x 15’’ (38 x 38 cm) to 31’’ x 28’’ (79 x 71 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

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553. 3 Men’s Batik Head Cloths (“kain kepala”), one with wayang figures, batik tulis, Java; one wiith dark diamond in center; and one in form of cap. Largest size: 40’’ x 40’’ (102 x 102 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

554 554. 3 Chinese Minority Baby Carrier Textiles Panels: one silk embroidery on cotton, Miao people, Guizhou, China; and two silk embroidery on cotton ground, Geija people, Guizhou, China. Ranging in size from: 30’’ x 24’’ (76 x 61 cm) to 26’’ x 26’’ (66 x 66 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

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555. 2 Indonesian Women’s Silk Batik Shoulder Cloths, decorated with cendrawasih “Bird of Paradise” design, “selendang lok chan”, silk batik, Rembang, North Coast Java. Sizes: 1) 96’’ x 20’’ (244 x 51 cm); 2) 122’’ x 19’’ (310 x 48 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200 -400

556. Ceremonial shoulder cloth (“Kain Pasemah”), cotton, silk, metal-wrapped thread songket, Sumatra. Size: 71’’ x 25’’ (180 x 64 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300 -600

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557. 2 early to mid 20th c. textiles from Aceh, Sumatra: headcloth (“iket kepala”), cotton embroidered with silk; and a shoulder cloth (“beka bulu”), gold-wrapped songket and cotton ikat. Sizes: 1) 25’’ x 61’’ (64 x 155 cm); 2) 33’’ x 33’’ (84 x 84 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

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559. 2 prayer cloths with central mihrab and bottehs, block printed cotton (“kalamkari”), one quilted, Iran, early 20th c. Sizes: 1) 54’’ x 34’’ (137 x 86 cm); 2) 50’’ x 33’’ (127 x 84 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600 559 560

560. 2 ceremonial sarongs, handspun cotton and local vegetable dyes, Roti, Indonesia, early 20th c. Sizes: 1) 53’’ x 22’’ (135 x 56 cm); 2) 65’’ x 23’’ (165 x 58 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

561. 2 Balinese ritual cloths: one wrapping cloth (“Kain Sembiran”), cotton, metal-wrapped thread, Sembiran village, Singaraja; and one ritual cloth, plant fibre and metal-wrapped thread, Bali, Indonesia, early 20th c. Sizes: 1) 111’’ x 10’’ (282 x 25 cm); 2) 51’’ x 13’’ (130 x 33 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

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562. 2 Pesujutan, ritual Waktu Telu prayer cloths, cotton with supplementary weaving, Sasak people, Lombok,Indonesia. Sizes: 1) 74’’ x 20’’ (188 x 51 cm); 2) 76’’ x 16’’ (193 x 41 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

563. Ceremonial temple hanging (“ider ider”), perimeter hanging depicting an incident from the Ramayana, silk embroidered cotton, Negara, Bali. Size: 172’’ x 10’’ (437 x 25 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

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564. 3 antique Sumatran songket textiles: a shoulder cloth (“kain pelung”), silk, metal-wrapped threads, lead; a man’s head cloth (“kain kepala”), metal-wrapped thread songket on silk, Aceh; and a shoulder cloth (“lja sawa”), silk and metal-wrapped thread songket, Aceh, Sumatra. Ranging in size from: 73’’ x 16’’ (185 x 41 cm) to 90’’ x 15’’ (229 x 38 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $400-800

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565. 3 ceremonial hangings (“tirai”); cotton applique, bangles, metallic thread, Lampung, Sumatra, Indonesia, early to mid 20th c. Ranging in size from: 16’’ x 74’’ (41 x 188 cm) to 22’’ x 129’’ (56 x 328 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

565 566. 2 Miao jackets: man’s ceremonial jacket, silk floss on indigo-dyed cotton; and woman’s festival jacket, silk embroidery on cotton ground, Guizhou, China. Sizes: 1) 24’’ x 54’’ (61 x 137 cm); 2) 29’’ x 46’’ (74 x 117 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

567. 3 Old Flores Festival Skirts: woman’s “lipa songke” skirts, cotton with silk supplementary patterning, Lambaleda, Manggarai Regency, Flores. Each size: 48’’ x 30’’ (122 x 76 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

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568. Old East Sumba cotton ikat hinggi with people and animal motif. Size: 93’’ x 47’’ (236 x 119 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

569. Old Sumba Ikat Hinggi, with animal and patola motif, East Sumba. Size: 94’’ x 43’’ (239 x 109 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

570. 2 Woman’s Ceremonial Sarongs, “ei worapi”, handspun cotton ikat, patola-based motifs, Greater Blossom moiety, Savu, Indonesia, mid 20th c. Sizes 1) 63’’ x 21’’ (160 x 53 cm); 2) 64’’ x 23’’ (163 x 58 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

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571. 2 Savu ikat woman’s ceremonial sarongs, homespun cotton, Lesser Blossom moiety, Savu, early/mid 20th c. Each size: 65’’ x 22’’ (165 x 56 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

572. 2 Fine Toba Batak Textiles from Sumatra: a man’s shoulder cloth (“Ulos rajat”), cotton ikat and supplementary weaving; and a shoulder cloth (“ulos bintang marotur”), cotton ikat with twined ends. Sizes: 1) 22’’ x 59’’ (56 x 150 cm); 2) 78’’ x 55’’ (198 x 140 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

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573. 5 women’s cotton ikat sarongs: one ceremonial sarong, with various animal motifs, mixed commercial and handspun cotton, Sikka Regency; one with floral and bird motifs of European inspiration, Sikka Regency; one ceremonial sarong with handspun cotton and natural dyes; and 2 others. Flores, mid 20th c. Ranging in size from: 55’’ x 23’’ (140 x 58 cm) to 67’’ x 24’’ (170 x 61 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

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574. 5 Old Sumatran Ceremonial “Tirai” Wall Hangings, hand embroidered, wrapped metal thread, some applique, some bangles, one with umbrellas. From different regions in Sumatra (Bengkulu, Lampung, Panjang). Cloth hangings such as these were used on festive occasions such as weddings to decorate walls and doorways by the Malays of Sumatra. Ranging in size from: 15’’ x 35’’ (38 x 89 cm) to 14’’ x 69’’ (36 x 175 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300 -600

575. 3 Women’s Cotton Ikat Sarongs (“zawo”): woman’s ceremonial sarong with patola-derived pattern, Lio people, Ende Regency; and 2 women’s tube skirts, Ende Regency, Flores, mid 20th c. Ranging in size from: 57’’ x 30’’ (145 x 76 cm) to 59’’ x 54’’ (150 x 137 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

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576 576. 3 Toba Batak textiles from Sumatra: a cotton head cloth (“tumtuman”); a shoulder cloth with motto “stay free”, (“sadum”), cotton supplementary weft woven in with beads; and a shoulder cloth (“ulos”), cotton with supplementary weft weaving. Ranging in size from: 58’’ x 13’’ (147 x 33 cm) to 79’’ x 27’’ (201 x 69 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

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577. Sumatran Applique Textile: Food or sirih cover, “tutuik”, silk, cotton, felt with bangles, Sumatra. Size: 25’’ x 25’’ (64 x 64 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200 -400

578. 2 West Timor textiles: man’s cloth, “tais mane”, cotton with supplementary patterning, Malaka Barat, Besikama; and man’s mantle or “selimut”, cotton with buna patterning, West Timor. Sizes: 1) 64’’ x 32’’ (163 x 81 cm); 2) 66’’ x 38’’ (168 x 97 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

579. Old Kamasan Balinese Painting on Cloth, depicting a mythological scene, pigment on cotton, mid 20th c. Size: 23’’ x 66’’ (58 x 168 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

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580. 2 Chinese Coverlet Textiles, silk supplementary weaving on cotton ground, Miao people, Guizhou, China, early 20th c. Sizes: 1) 46’’ x 56’’ (117 x 142 cm); 2) 44’’ x 35’’ (112 x 89 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

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581. 3 Cotton Ikat Textiles from Flores: a three-panel brideswealth textile, “lawo”, Ende Regency; a woman’s sarong, “zawo”, Ende Regency; and a male ritual leader’s ceremonial shawl, luka semba, with patola-style jilamprang designs with tumpal borders, natural dyes, Lio people, Flores. Ranging in size from: 54’’ x 24’’ (137 x 61 cm) to 60’’ x 54’’ (152 x 137 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600 581 582. 3 Lampung Applique Textiles: Sirih cover, “tutuik”, and 2 ceremonial hangings (“tirai”), one with animals, Sumatra, Indonesia, mid 20th c. Ranging in size from: 18’’ x 18’’ (46 x 46 cm) to 23’’ x 31’’ (58 x 79 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

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583. 2 Angkolo Batak Textiles: woman’s shoulder cloth, “ulos”, cotton with beaded embellishment and patterned twining ends; and woman’s shoulder cloth, “ulos bintang marotur”, cotton ikat with beaded embellishment, Sumatra, Indonesia. Each size: 25’’ x 72’’ (64 x 183 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600 584 584. 3 Wedding Blankets, China, early 20th c., supplemental weft brocade, cotton, Bouyei people, Songtao County, Guizhou, China. Ranging in size from: 26’’ x 40’’ (66 x 102 cm) to 56’’ x 44’’ (142 x 112 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-500

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585. 2 Antique Chinese Coverlets, cotton cut and fold applique on hemp ground, Miao people, Guizhou. Sizes: 1) 40’’ x 55’’ (102 x 140 cm); 2) 33’’ x 33’’ (84 x 84 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

586. Antique Silk Brocade Blanket with Animal Motif, Maonan People, Guizhou, China. Size: 48’’ x 41’’ (122 x 104 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

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587. 3 Old Lao Textiles: 2 phasin (sarongs); one hanging, possibly a door curtain, with birds within birds motif to assure pregnancy, natural dyes, Laos. Ranging in size from: 29’’ x 27’’ (74 x 69 cm) to 58’’ x 26’’ (147 x 66 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

588. 2 Fine Indonesian Cotton Ikat Textiles: man’s shoulder cloth depicting human and bird figures,”senikir”, Kissar; and a woman’s sarong, “bakan”, finely detailed, Tanimbar, early 20th c. Sizes: 1) 29’’ x 63’’ (74 x 160 cm); 2) 24’’ x 82’’ (61 x 208 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300-600

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589. 4 Chinese Minority baby carrier panels from Guizhou, China: one silk embroidery on cotton ground, Miao; one silk embroidery and metal sheathing on cotton, Miao; one silk embroidery, Geija; and one silk embroidery with cotton applique, Miao. Ranging in size from 16’’ x 16’’ (41 x 41 cm) to 30’’ x 28’’ (76 x 72 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

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590. Woman’s sarong, “longyi”, silk, cotton, wool, early 20th century, Kachin people, Myanmar; and woman’s body wrap, cotton, Maa Stieng people, Laos. Sizes: 1) 28’’ x 52’’ (71 x 132 cm); 2) 30’’ x 58’’ (76 x 147 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

591. 2 Antique Chin Textiles, Myanmar: Woman’s skirt cloth, silk, early 20th c, Hakka Chin people; and a man’s ceremonial sash, cotton tabby ground with supplementary weft weaves, Northern Chin State. Sizes: 1) 38’’ x 56’’ (97 x 142 cm); 2) 15’’ x 72’’ (38 x 183 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400 591 592

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592. Collector’s Lot of 3 Burmese Textiles: “luntaya acheik”-patterned silk longyi, Chinese imported silk, early to mid 20th century, probably from Amarnapura; and two women’s shoulder cloths, “hti paun”, cotton, one with faced supplementary weft patterning, Khami people. Ranging in size from: 13’’ x 64’’ (33 x 163 cm) to 40’’ x 70’’ (102 x 178 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

593. 4 Chinese Minority Miao baby carrier panels from Guizhou, China, early 20th c: one silk embroidery on cotton, Western Guizhou; one silk applique technique, Qianxi County, Guizhou; one silk embroidery on velvet ground, indigo-dyed cotton, bells; and one silk embroidered. Ranging in size from 25’’ x 20’’ (64 x 51 cm) to 29’’ x 22’’ (74 x 56 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $300 -500

594. 2 coverlets, cut and fold cotton applique on hemp/ cotton ground, Miao people, Guizhou, China, early 20th c. Sizes: 1) 58’’ x 44’’ (147 x 112 cm); 2) 40’’ x 32’’ (102 x 81 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

595. Blanket, silk, indigo on hemp ground, floral and geometric design with dragon dog motif, mid 20th century, China. Size: 63’’ x 43’’ (160 x 109 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

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596. 2 Antique Indonesian Pelangi Shoulder Cloth Textiles “selendang”, pelangi and tritik technique (tie dye) on Chinese silk, early 20th century, Palembang, Sumatra. Sizes: 1) 21’’ x 108’’ (53 x 274 cm); 2) 70’’ x 16’’ (178 x 41 cm). Provenance: Apsara Arts of Asia. $200-400

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597. Old Balinese Kamasan painting, ink and watercolor on fabric. Size: 46.5’’ x 48.5’’, 118 x 123 cm (sight); 48’’ x 50’’, 122 x 127 cm (frame). $300-500

598 598. Bhutanese Chagsi Pankheb Textile, a decorative hanging or table covering for high ranking officials or important guests, hand spun cotton with wild silk supplementary wefts, 19th/20th c. Provenance: Barbara Adams, author of “Traditional Bhutanese Textiles”. Size: 100’’ x 34’’ (254 x 86 cm). $300-500

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599. Large wool blanket from Dolpo Culture with tingri (tie dye) design, Tibet, late 19th/early 20th c. Size: 92’’ x 50.5’’ (234 x 128 cm). $400-600

600 600. 2 matching Tibetan flat weave blankets with vibrant colors, late 19th/early 20th c., Tibet. Sizes: 1) 71’’ x 40’’ (180 x 102 cm); 2) 66’’ x 40.5’’ (168 x 103 cm). $300-500

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601. 2 old and finely woven Bhutanese textiles: a wool yathra weaving and a handwoven silk Kira (woman’s traditional dress), Bhutan. Sizes: 1) 128’’ x 18’’ (325 x 46 cm); 2) 102’’ x 53’’ (259 x 135 cm). $300-500

602 602. 3 silk hand woven Bhutanese textiles, Bhutan, early to mid 20th c. Sizes: 1) 84’’ x 17.5’’ (213 x 44 cm); 2) 80’’ x 38’’ (203 x 97 cm); 3) 96’’ x 20’’ (244 x 51 cm). $300 -500

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603. Dolpo blanket with 6 panels, thick, soft wool, Nepal/ Tibet border region, early/mid 20th c. Size: 73’’ x 59’’ (185 x 150 cm). $200-400

604. Dolpo blanket, wool with 6 panels, Nepal/Tibet border region, early/mid 20th c. Size: 80’’ x 46’’ (203 x 117 cm). $200-400

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605. Dolpo blanket, wool with 5 panels, Nepal/Tibet border region, 20th C. Size: 86’’ x 48’’ (218 x 122 cm). $200-400

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606. Dolpo blanket, wool with 5 panels in blue, burgundy and white, Nepal/Tibet border regions, 20th c. Size: 84’’ x 42’’ (213 x 107 cm). $200-400

607. Dolpo blanket, wool with 6 panels, Nepal/Tibet border region, early-mid 20th c. Size: 76’’ x 48’’ (193 x 122 cm). $200-400 607

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608. Sakiori Vest, Showa-Taisho Period, early 20th century, recycled cotton Japanese textile. Sakiori is a type of Japanese rag weaving. Size: 39’’ x 24’’, 99 x 61 cm. $200 -400

609. Late Edo period sashiko-stitched bottle-carrying bag, indigo-dyed cotton, Japan. Size: 20’’ x 11’’ (51 x 28 cm). $200-400

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610. Pre-WWII Sakabukuro bag, persimmon juice/dye and cotton, Japanese textile. Sakabukuro were bags used to filter sake during the production process. Size: 29.9’’ x 9.5’’ (76 x 24 cm). $200-400

611. Pre-WWII Sakabukuro bag, persimmon juice/dye and cotton, Japanese textile. Sakabukuro were bags used to filter sake during the production process. Size: 31’’ x 9’’ (79 x 23 cm). $200-400

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612. Pre-WWII Sakabukuro bag, persimmon juice/dye and cotton, Japanese textile. Sakabukuro were bags used to filter sake during the production process. Size: 28’’ x 8.5’’ (71 x 22 cm). $200-400

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613. Kome-bukuro, Meiji Period, cotton, linen, silk. Such bags were made from small pieces of cloth that were stitched together. Size: 7.5’’ x 14.5’’ (19 x 37 cm). $200-400

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614. Kome-bukuro, Edo Period, silk, Japan. Such bags were made from small pieces of cloth that were stitched together. Size: 9.25’’ x 13.5’’ (23 x 34 cm). $200-400

615. Kome-bukuro, Meiji Period, cotton. Such bags were made from small pieces of cloth that were stitched together. Size: 17.5’’ x 16.5’’ (44 x 42 cm). $200-400

616. Buddhist Maku curtain, c. 1865, striped linen with wood bar at the top. Size: 55’’ x 24’’ (140 x 61 cm). $200-400

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617. Pre-WWII Sakabukuro bag, persimmon juice/dye and cotton, Japanese textile. Sakabukuro were bags used to filter sake during the production process. Size: 30’’ x 9’’ (76 x 23 cm). $200-400

618. Pre-WWII Sakabukuro bag, persimmon juice/dye and cotton, Japanese textile. Sakabukuro were bags used to filter sake during the production process. Size: 31.75’’ x 9.5’’ (81 x 24 cm). $200-400 617

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619. Tsunubukoro were used as storage/carry bags (tsuno means horn and bukuro means bag). They were called “horn bags” because the two top bits appear to be horns. Such bags were made from one long piece of cloth, usually some kind of bast fiber (fiber cleaned from the inner bark of plants) that were folded and then stitched together on the bias. This bias construction allowed for a great deal of expansion when the bag was full. Size: 42’’ x 17.75’’ (107 x 45 cm). $200 -400

620 620. Kome-bukuro, Meiji Period, cotton. Such bags were made from small pieces of cloth that were stitched together. Size: 8.5’’ x 10’’ (22 x 25 cm). $200-400

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621. Kome-bukuro, Meiji Period, cotton and silk. Such bags were made from small pieces of cloth that were stitched together. Size: 9.5’’ x 12’’ (24 x 30 cm). $200-400

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622. Kome-bukuro, Meiji Period, cotton. Such bags were made from small pieces of cloth that were stitched together. Size: 14.5’’ x 20’’ (37 x 51 cm). $200-400

623. Three Antique Persian Textiles. Including a red and gold silk brocade square cover, with metal thread decoration on all four sides; a yellow silk brocade vest with metal thread decoration; and a small square mat made from a section of a Kerman shawl, with metal thread decoration on all four sides. Largest: 35’’ x 33’’ (89 x 84 cm). California estate. $300-500

623 624. Estate Collection of 6 Antique Persian Silk Textiles, silk, velvet, metal thread, including 5 silk curtains and a small metal thread decorated bag. Largest: 23’’ x 38’’ (58 x 97 cm). California estate. $300-500

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625. Estate Collection of 6 Kerman Shawl Fragments, Persia, 19th C. Largest Size: 73’’ x 57’’ (185 x 145 cm). California estate. $300-500

626. Estate Collection of 9 Persian Silk Textiles, including a green ground ikat, and a number of smaller silk brocade textiles. Largest: 79’’ x 62’’ (201 x 157 cm). California estate. $300-500

628 627. Three Early/Mid 20th C. Persian Handwoven Textile Spreads, cotton, silk. Largest: 70’’ x 72’’ (178 x 183 cm). California estate. $200-400

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628. Two Large Semi-Antique Persian Isfahan Block Print Cloths. Largest Size: 61’’ x 99’’ (155 x 251 cm. California estate. $200-300

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629. Estate Collection of 12 Antique & Vintage Persian Isfahan Block Print Cloths. Largest: 44’’ x 46’’ (112 x 117 cm). California estate. $400-600

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Written absentee bids may be submitted on the Absentee Bid Form up to 30 lots before the item comes up for auction. Leaving an absentee or phone bid on a lot indicates your willingness to open the bidding at one half the printed estimate, and gives the auctioneer the authority to open the bidding at that level, or to open the bidding on a lot with a printed reserve at the reserve price. In the case of identical absentee bids, the bid received first will prevail. Bids left on internet portals are not executed until the item is offered in the live auction and the order in which they are received is not a factor. CUT BIDS. We do not accept cut bids, (bids less than the last interval) from the floor or from absentee bidders including phone and internet bidders. Thus, it is possible that a lot could go to another bidder for less than an absentee bid. 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HIGHEST BIDDER. The highest bidder as determined by the auctioneer shall be the Buyer. In the case of a disputed bid, the auctioneer shall have sole discretion in determining the Buyer and may also, at his or her election, withdraw the Property or reoffer the Property for sale. The auctioneer shall have sole discretion to refuse any bid, or refuse to acknowledge any bidder. At such time as the auctioneer has declared Property sold to a given Buyer, said Buyer thereupon assumes full risk and responsibility for the Property, agrees to sign any requested confirmation of purchase, and agrees to pay the full price, plus Buyers Premium, therefore or such part, upon such terms as MC may require. PAYMENT. Payment is due within 7 business days. Payment must be made by cash, approved check, or wire transfer. We also accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Paypal for invoices totaling under $5,000. Credit card transactions will not be accepted for international clients. 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MC may impose, and the Buyer agrees to pay, a monthly interest charge of 1.5% of the purchase price of any Property not paid by the Buyer within thirty (30) days of the date of sale. MC reserves the right to rescind any sale of Property in the event payment is not received within seven (7) business days of the sale. BUYERS PREMIUM. A 25% buyer’s premium will be added to the hammer price on each lot sold on a house paddle, including telephone and absentee bidding; 28% will be added to lots purchased online. REMOVAL OF PROPERTY. All items must be picked up, or shipping arrangements made, within two weeks of the day of sale. Items not collected or shipped by the 15th day following the sale will incur storage fees at a rate of $5.00 per lot per day regardless of the size or value of the lot. 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Lot 280. African Bamileke Feathered Headdress

Lot 281. African Bamileke Feathered Headdress

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