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Skinner to Host Auction of American Indian & Tribal Art in Marlborough

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Skinner to Host Auction of American Indian & Tribal Art in Marlborough

Time: June 19, 2013 all day
Location: Marlborough, MA
Website or Map: http://www.skinnerinc.com
Event Type: auction
Organized By: Kimberly MacKenzie
Latest Activity: Jun 7, 2013

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Event Description

Marlborough, Mass. – June 7, 2013 – Skinner, Inc. will host an auction of American Indian & Tribal Art on June 19th in its Marlborough gallery. This eclectic sale is ideal for both advanced and novice collectors alike, and features a variety of affordable items including a selection of African weapons and Pre-Columbian artifacts from the collection of Louis Renault.

 

African Weapons

More than 50 lots of African weaponry include swords, axes, and ornate ceremonial knives. The cover lots clearly show the sculptural and decorative qualities of these weapons: a Tetela dagger (lot 5, estimated between $250 and $350), a Nbaka throwing knife (lot 10, $250 to $350), a Ngombe “Executioner’s” sword (lot 14, $250 to $350), and a Mangbetu ivory-handled knife (lot 28, $250 to $350).

 

A Songe prestige axe with a copper-wrapped wood handle (lot 8, $250 to $350), a Yoruba bronze ceremonial sword depicting a human figure holding a fish (lot 12, $250 to $350), a Kuba prestige knife with brass inlays (lot 20, $250 to $350), and a Dahomian carved wood and metal ritual axe with a stylized animal head (lot 26, $250 to $350) round out an excellent selection of weapons.

 

Tribal Material

A fine grouping of African and tribal material includes a Trobriand Islands polychrome carved wood dance shield (lot 77, $200 to $250), a Sepik River carved wood ancestral mask with red and white pigments, cowrie shell eyes, and boar tusks (lot 74, $200 to $250), and a 19th century Polynesian carved wood club from Fiji (lot 84, $400 to $600).

 

Pre-Columbian Material from the Collection of Louis Renault

A selection of Pre-Columbian material collected in the 1950s by the late, famed National Geographic photographer, Louis Renault (1915-1960), includes a Nasca polychrome bowl with two fish painted on the interior (lot 103, $250 to $350), three Nasca pottery vessels (lot 98, $250 to $350), and a Nasca polychrome pottery beaker painted with an elaborate abstract deity (lot 99, $250 to $350).

 

Plains Indian Material

Notable offerings from the Plains Indians include a pair of Lakota beaded hide moccasins (lot 137, $600 to $800), a pair of Cheyenne beaded hide moccasins (lot 140, $800 to $1,200), and an unusual pair of Woodland cloth and hide beaded moccasins (lot 190, $500 to $700). A pair of Cheyenne beaded saddlebags (lot 163, $600 to $800) and a Great Lakes floral beaded cloth bandolier bag (lot 186, $1,000 to $1,500) will also be available.

 

Southwest Pottery

Southwest pottery highlights include an Acoma pottery jar (lot 275, $600 to $800), a Zia polychrome pottery olla (lot 276, $400 to $600), and a Navajo wedding basket and Maricopa vase (lot 285, $200 to $250).

 

 

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