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    Posted 5 years ago

    OkieGal
    (2 items)

    Even tho I am part native american, i have no information on which tribe these are from. An entire collection was found in the trunk of a wrecked car from Louisina in a Houston salvage yard. Unfortunately the driver perished in the wreck, according to the night watchman at the yard. He discovered them and sold them to me piece by piece. 4 small paintings include people with fur hats and warm clothing. I wish I could post them all here. I do believe they are from a northern tribe, possibly Nez Perz (?). The kachina dolls are 3d with exquisite detail including small feathers, as is the fierce walking stick/cane. They do not appear to be extemely old. An archeologist estimated maybe they were made mid-century.

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    1. OkieGal, 5 years ago
      Olebodie, the "lipstick stain" is actually a combination of rust from the old car trunk and a drop of blood.

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