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DEALER SPECIALIZING IN NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN ART & 

EARLY NORTHWEST PAINTINGS, PRINTS, PHOTOGRAPHY 

artists

NORTHWEST FOUNDpossesses an ever-evolving inventory of quality late 19th- and early 20th-century paintings, prints, photography and Arts & Crafts period decorative arts produced in the Northwest (Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Canada), as well as historic artwork produced by Native American Indian cultures.

 

We are actively purchasing and selling early Northwest art (below is a partial list of artists), as well as Native Americana in the following categories.Below is a small sampling of artworks that are currently or were previosuly owned by NORTHWEST FOUND.

 

WE PURCHASE ESTATE COLLECTIONS. Please contact us.

For items currently available for purchase, please see the Offerings page.

NATIVE AMERICAN indian ARTS

  • Northwest Coast  

  • Coast Salish

  • Eskimo(Inuit/Yup'ik/Inupiaq 

  • Plateau

  • Southwest

L O O K I N G  TO  B U Y :

 

Northwest Coast carved wood and arg​illite model totem poles, feast bowls, paddles, spoons and pipes

Western Native American baskets, particularly those originating from Coast Salish, Plateau, Olympic Peninsula cultures of Washington. Also basketry from Alaska (Tlingit, Yup'ik and Inuipaq Eskimo, Attu/Aleut), Oregon, California and the Southwest of America, and Western Canada (Haida, Coast Salish).

 

Northern Northwest Coast (Tlingit, Tsimshian, Haida, Nuu-chah-nulth/Nootka) coin silver cuff bracelets and spoons

Northern Northwest Coast (Tlingit, Haida) horn spoons

Columbia River Plateau and Great Plains beadwork, including beaded bags, moccasins, leggings, arm cuffs, and gauntlets

Native American textiles, including Northern Northwest Coast (Tlingit, Tsimshian, Haida) Chilkat robes or dance blankets, Navajo blankets and Navajo rugs, Rio Grande and Mexican saltillo sarapes and blankets 

Southwest Pueblo pottery of the Acoma, Laguna, Hopi, Zia, Zuni and Santa Domingo

Alaskan Eskimo (Yup'ik, Nunivak Island Cup'ik, Inupiaq, Inuit) walrus ivory carved figures, cribbage boards and pipes, as well as coiled basketry works

Haida Argillite Model Totem Pole
Haida Argillite Model Totem Pole

Large NORTHERN NORTHWEST COAST HAIDA carved argillite model totem pole, measuring 18-1/2" in height. Interpretation of Charles Edenshaw's childhood house post in Masset, ca. 1870s - 1880s.

Nancy Parsons Cowlitz Berry Basket
Nancy Parsons Cowlitz Berry Basket

SOUTHERN COAST SALISH child's fully-imbricated berry picking basket, attributed to COWLITZ/NISQUALLY basketmaker NANCY JIM PARSONS, ca. late 19th century.

Northern Northwest Coast Coin Silver Etched Cuff
Northern Northwest Coast Coin Silver Etched Cuff

NORTHERN NORTHWEST COAST, likely KWAKWAKA'WAKW, hand-hammered coin silver cuff with finely etched formline design depicting a shark, dogfish or seabear, 19th century.

Small 19th C. Coiled Cowlitz Berry Basket
Small 19th C. Coiled Cowlitz Berry Basket

COWLITZ SOUTHERN COAST SALISH child's fully-imbricated berry basket, ca. late 19th century. Former Bruce Boyd Collection, Seattle.

Historic Tlingit Carved Big Leaf Maple Totem, ca. 1870s
Historic Tlingit Carved Big Leaf Maple Totem, ca. 1870s

Historic TLINGIT (Southwest Alaska) carved wood (big leaf maple) totem, depicting three vertically stacked figures--a crowning dogfish woman figure at top and a sculpin fish at the base. Scooped-out reverse. Ca. 1870s.

Acoma Polychrome Pottery Olla, ca. 1910s
Acoma Polychrome Pottery Olla, ca. 1910s

ACOMA PUEBLO (New Mexico) medium-sized polychrome pottery olla water jar, with marked flexure at the lower shoulder and painted in an overall pattern of crossing black bands and lozenge motifs.

Haida Finely Twined Cylindrical Basket, 19th c
Haida Finely Twined Cylindrical Basket, 19th c

HAIDA (Haida Gwaii Islands, B.C., Canada) finely twined cylindrical basket with brown-toned horizontal banding and fish-net raised skip-skitch rim decoration, 19th century.

Plains Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk
Plains Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk

PLAINS spontoon pipe tomahawk with tremendous patination and file-branding on the ashwood heft, ca. 1840s - 1850s. 24-1/4" L.

Tlingit Northwest Coast Twined Lidded Rattle Top Basket
Tlingit Northwest Coast Twined Lidded Rattle Top Basket

Very finely-woven plain twined spruce root TLINGIT Northern Northwest Coast lidded rattle top basket, with intricate false embroidery design in maidenhair fern and dyed grass, ca. first quarter 20th century.

Siberian Yup'ik Carved Walrus Ivory Tobacco Pipe, 19th c
Siberian Yup'ik Carved Walrus Ivory Tobacco Pipe, 19th c

SIBERIAN YUP'IK carved walrus ivory tobacco pipe with geometric compass designs scrimshawed around the entirety of the piece and pipe bowl, filled with red and black pigment. Late 19th century.

Navajo Transitional Blanket with Stepped Cross Design, ca. 1885
Navajo Transitional Blanket with Stepped Cross Design, ca. 1885

NAVAJO Transitional Blanket, woven in handspun wool, in natural ivory and dark brown, and aniline colors, with a series of stepped crosses alternating with small stepped lozenge motifs, ca. 1885.

Northwest Coast Native American Polychrome Painted Carved Wood Paddle, ca. 1890 - 1900
Northwest Coast Native American Polychrome Painted Carved Wood Paddle, ca. 1890 - 1900

NORTHWEST COAST, likely TLINGIT or HAIDA, polychrome painted carved cedar canoe dance paddle. The piece is intricately relief- carved on both sides in formline designs, with one side enhanced with matte green, red, and black pigments.

Antique Klickitat Pacific Northwest Coiled Fully-Imbricated Berry Basket, ca. late 19th century
Antique Klickitat Pacific Northwest Coiled Fully-Imbricated Berry Basket, ca. late 19th century

Antique medium-sized coiled Pacific Northwest KLICKITAT (ancestral lands north of the Columbia River in Washington State) coiled western red cedar berry basket, fully-imbricated with a unique polychrome diagonal and lozenge design. Western red cedar foundation with imbrication of dark brown/black (horsetail root), brown (cedar root) and white (bear grass). Circular start with flaring walls and circular opening, decorated with braided continuous top-looped rim. Late 19th century.

Inupiaq or Yup'ik Carved Walrus Ivory Salmon-Shaped Cribbage Board with Scrimshaw Detail, 19th c.
Inupiaq or Yup'ik Carved Walrus Ivory Salmon-Shaped Cribbage Board with Scrimshaw Detail, 19th c.

INUPIAQ or YUP'IK ESKIMO carved walrus ivory cribbage board, crafted in the shape of a salmon. Features intricate scrimshaw detail work, including a scrolling, low-lying tree and a walrus. 19th century.

Northwest Coast Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka) Twined Flaring Chapeaux-style Basketry Rain Hat, ca. 1900
Northwest Coast Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka) Twined Flaring Chapeaux-style Basketry Rain Hat, ca. 1900

Northwest Coast NUU-CHAH-NULTH (Nootka) twined flaring, chapeaux-style basketry rain hat with three twined multi-colored bands, ca. 1900.

PHOTOGRAPHerS

 

  • Frank Kunishige

  • Lomen Brothers

  • Ella McBride

  • Carl (Karl) Moon

  • Myra Albert Wiggins

  • Winter & Pond

 

 

We are additionally purchasing and selling orotone (goldtone) photographs and historic photographs depicting Native Americans.Please CLICK THROUGH to learn more about our interest in historic OROTONE (GOLDTONE) PHOTOGRAPHS.

  • Wayne Albee

  • James Bert Barton            

  • Case & Draper

  • Asahel Curtis

  • Edward S. Curtis

  • Norman Edson

  • Darius Kinsey

Edward Curtis | Old Well at Acoma Orotone Goldtone Photograph
Edward Curtis | Old Well at Acoma Orotone Goldtone Photograph

Edward S. Curtis (1868 - 1952), "Old Well at Acoma," orotone/goldtone photograph, Los Angeles, California Studio, ca. 1920s. 11" x 14" plate.

James Bert Barton | Orotone
James Bert Barton | Orotone

James Bert Barton, "Mirror Lake, Mt. Rainier," orotone/goldtone photograph, ca. 1917 - 1920s. 8" x 10" plate.

James Bert Barton | Orotone
James Bert Barton | Orotone

James Bert Barton, "Mirror Lake, Mt. Rainier," orotone/goldtone photograph, ca. 1917 - 1920s. 11" x 14" plate.

Edward Curtis | Orotone Photograph
Edward Curtis | Orotone Photograph

Edward S. Curtis (1868 - 1952), "Son of the Desert - Navajo," orotone/goldtone photograph, Seattle Studio, ca. 1917 - 1920s. 8" x 10" plate.

Edward Curtis | Toned Silver Gelatin
Edward Curtis | Toned Silver Gelatin

Edward S. Curtis (1868 - 1952), "Chief of the Desert - Navajo," quill-signed toned silver gelatin photograph, Seattle Studio, ca. 1904 - 1920. 6" x 8" image size.

Edward Curtis | Platinum Photograph
Edward Curtis | Platinum Photograph

Edward S. Curtis (1868 - 1952), "Em-Ah-Leih," toned platinum photograph mounted to deckled paper, Seattle Studio, ca. 1903 - 1906. 3" x 7" image size.

Edward Curtis | Orotone Photograph
Edward Curtis | Orotone Photograph

Edward S. Curtis (1868 - 1952), "The Piki Maker - Hopi," orotone/goldtone photograph, Seattle Studio, ca. 1917 - 1920s. 11" x 14" plate.

Edward Curtis | POP Print
Edward Curtis | POP Print

Edward S. Curtis (1868 - 1952), Hopi Maiden in Window, POP (printing out photograph)/Albumen, Seattle Studio, ca. 1903 - 1906.

Edward Curtis | Orotone Photograph
Edward Curtis | Orotone Photograph

Edward S. Curtis (1868 - 1952), "Evening on Mt. Rainier," orotone/goldtone photograph, Seattle Studio, ca. 1917. 11" x 14" plate.

Edward Curtis | Mammoth Platinum
Edward Curtis | Mammoth Platinum

Edward S. Curtis (1868 - 1952), Mammoth "Vanishing Race - Navajo," quill-signed toned platinum photograph, Seattle Studio, ca. 1904 - 1920s. 15" x 20" image.

Edward Curtis | Orotone Photograph
Edward Curtis | Orotone Photograph

Edward S. Curtis (1868 - 1952), "The Maid of Dreams," orotone/goldtone photograph, Seattle Studio, ca. 1917 - 1920s. 11" x 14" plate.

Edward Curtis | Platinum Photograph
Edward Curtis | Platinum Photograph

Edward S. Curtis (1868 - 1952), "Canyon de Chelly - Navajo," quill-signed toned platinum photograph, Seattle Studio, ca. 1904 - 1920s. 11" x 14" image.

Asahel Curtis | Orotone Photograph
Asahel Curtis | Orotone Photograph

Asahel Curtis (1874 - 1941), "Mt. Rainier Park with Lilies," (40199) orotone/goldtone photograph, ca. 1920. 11" x 14" plate.

Asahel Curtis | Orotone Photograph
Asahel Curtis | Orotone Photograph

Asahel Curtis (1874 - 1941), "Cattle in the Grand Coulee," (34608) orotone/goldtone photograph, ca. 1917. 11" x 14" plate.

Asahel Curtis | Tinted Silver
Asahel Curtis | Tinted Silver

Asahel Curtis (1874 - 1941), "Rainier National Park - On the Northern Pacific Railway," mammoth tinted silver gelatin photograph, ca. 1930s. 24" x 30" photograph. Created as a train station display for the Northern Pacific Railway.

Norman Edson | Tinted Silver Gelatin
Norman Edson | Tinted Silver Gelatin

Norman S. Edson (1876 - 1968), "Fish Story (Tulalip Indian Reservation)," hand tinted silver gelatin photograph, titled and ink-signed in margins, ca. 1905 -1908. 8" x 10" image.

Norman Edson | Orotone Photograph
Norman Edson | Orotone Photograph

Norman S. Edson (1876 - 1968), Puget Sound at Sunset, tinted orotone/goldtone photograph, ca. 1923 - 1930s. 8" x 10" plate.

Norman Edson | Orotone Photograph
Norman Edson | Orotone Photograph

Norman S. Edson (1876 - 1968), "Silver Dawn (Moonlight)," orotone/goldtone photograph, ca. 1923 - 1930s. 8" x 10" plate.

Norman Edson | Orotone Photograph
Norman Edson | Orotone Photograph

Norman S. Edson (1876 - 1968), "Trail to Paradise (Mt. Rainier)," orotone/goldtone photograph, ca. 1923 - 1930s. 11" x 14" plate.

Phillip Gibbs | Orotone Photograph
Phillip Gibbs | Orotone Photograph

Phillip Gibbs, Native Woman with Papoose (Oregon tribe), orotone/goldtone photograph, ca. 1920s. 11" x 14" plate.

Darius Kinsey | Tinted Silver Gel.
Darius Kinsey | Tinted Silver Gel.

Darius Kinsey (1869–1945), "8G. These Mature Douglas Fir Trees Are Part of Oldest and Largest Forest Area in America," tinted silver gelatin photograph, 1926. 11" x 14."

Lomen Bros. | Tinted Silver Gelatin
Lomen Bros. | Tinted Silver Gelatin

Lomen Brothers (Nome, Alaska), "Wegaruk (Inuit)," tinted silver gelatin photograph, ca. 1905. 8" x 10" image.

Lomen Bros. | Orotone Photograph
Lomen Bros. | Orotone Photograph

Lomen Brothers (Nome, Alaska), "Eskimo Child in Fur Parka in Mukluks (Inuit)," orotone/goldtone photograph, ca. 1917-1920. 8" x 10" image.

Arthur Pillsbury | Orotone
Arthur Pillsbury | Orotone

Arthur C. Pillsbury (1870–1946), "Sunshine through the Redwoods," (California), orotone/goldtone photograph, ca. 1920s. 11" x 14" plate.

PAINTERS

  • Louis B. Akin             

  • Harriet Foster Beecher

  • W. Corwin Chase (click through for more info)

  • Jules Dahlager (click through for more info)

  • John Fery

  • Edmond James Fitzgerald

  • Edgar Forkner

  • Sanford Robinson Gifford

  • Robert Alexander Graham

  • Paul Morgan Gustin

  • Abby Williams Hill

  • F. Mason Holmes

  • Dorothy Dolph Jensen

  • Frank Tenney Johnson

  • Clyde Leon Keller

  • Langdon Kihn

  • Joe Knowles

  • Theodore (Ted) Lambert

  • Sydney Laurence

  • Thayne Logan

  • Charles C. McKim

 

  • Kenjiro Nomura

  • Ambrose Patterson

  • George Douglas Pepper

  • C. S. Price

  • Theodore Richardson

  • Cleveland Rockwell

  • Albert Runquist

  • Lionel Salmon

  • Charles Hepburn Scott

  • Jack Shadbolt

  • William Posey Silva

  • Clara Jane Stephens

  • James Everett Stuart

  • Fokko Tadama

  • Kamekichi Tokita

  • Elizabeth Warhanik

  • Henry Wentz

  • Edith Willey

  • Melville T. Wire

  • C. E. S. Wood

  • Eustace Paul Ziegler

Jules Dahlager | Oil Painting
Jules Dahlager | Oil Painting

Jules B. Dahlager (1884–1952), Cordova, Alaska Landscape, oil painting on canvas in Newcomb Macklin gilt frame, 1926. 8" x 10" painting.

Jules Dahlager | Oil Painting
Jules Dahlager | Oil Painting

Jules B. Dahlager (1884–1952), Ketchikan, Alaska Landscape (possibly Mt. McKinley), oil painting on canvas in Newcomb Macklin gilt frame, 1929. 8" x 10" painting.

Jules Dahlager | Oil Painting
Jules Dahlager | Oil Painting

Jules B. Dahlager (1884–1952), Alpine Firs, Cordova, Alaska, oil painting on board, 1926. 6" x 8" painting. Housed in Lloyd Jensen gilt Arts & Crafts frame.

Jules Dahlager | Oil Painting
Jules Dahlager | Oil Painting

Jules B. Dahlager (1884–1952), Mt Mckinley, Alaska, oil painting on canvas in Lloyd Jensen carved and gilt frame, 1943. 10" x 12" painting.

Edmond James Fitzgerald | Painting
Edmond James Fitzgerald | Painting

Edmond James Fitzgerald (1912-1989), Alaskan Landscape, oil painting on board, ca. 1930s. 10" x 12."

Jacob Elshin | Tempura Painting
Jacob Elshin | Tempura Painting

Jacob A. Elshin (1892-1976), "Doomsday (Seattle)," WPA-era tempura painting on board, ca. 1930s.

Robert Genn | Oil Painting
Robert Genn | Oil Painting

Robert D. Genn (1936 - 2014, Canadian), Native Village, B.C., oil on canvas, ca. 1950-1960s.

Paul Morgan Gustin | Oil Painting
Paul Morgan Gustin | Oil Painting

Paul Morgan Gustin (1886 - 1974), "A Bend in the Road, Whidbey Island (Washington)," oil painting on canvas in gilt Newcomb Macklin frame, 1920. 22" x 30" painting.

Paul Morgan Gustin | Watercolor
Paul Morgan Gustin | Watercolor

Paul Morgan Gustin (1886 - 1974), "High Alpine Flowers on Mt. Rainier," watercolor painting, ca. 1920 - 1930s. 10-3/4" x 15" painting.

Z. Vanessa Helder | Watercolor
Z. Vanessa Helder | Watercolor

Z. Vanessa Helder, (1904-1968), Point Wilson Lighthouse near Port Townsend, WA, watercolor painting, ca. mid/late 1930s. 14-1/2" x 21-1/2" painting.

Dorothy Dolph Jensen | Oil Painting
Dorothy Dolph Jensen | Oil Painting

Dorothy Dolph Jensen (1895-1977), C.S. Holmes Logging Schooner in Lake Union, oil painting in Lloyd Jensen carved and gilt frame, ca. 1920 - 1930s. 12" x 16" painting.

Joeseph "Joe" Knowles | Oil Painting
Joeseph "Joe" Knowles | Oil Painting

Joseph "Joe" E. Knowles (1869-1942), Seaview, Oregon, oil painting on canvas, ca. 1921. 14" x 18" painting.

Sydney M. Laurence | Watercolor
Sydney M. Laurence | Watercolor

Sydney Mortimer Laurence (1865-1940), Alaskan Mountain Landscape, watercolor painting, ca. 1920s. 9 - 1/4'' x 14-3/4'' painting.

Sydney M. Laurence | Oil Painting
Sydney M. Laurence | Oil Painting

Sydney Mortimer Laurence (1865-1940), "The Guiding Light," oil painting on canvas, ca. 1920s. 8'' x 10" painting.

Lionel Salmon | Watercolor
Lionel Salmon | Watercolor

Lionel Salmon (1885 - 1945), Mt. Rainier, watercolor painting, ca. 1915 - 1920s.

James Everett Stuart | Watercolor
James Everett Stuart | Watercolor

James Everett (J. E.) Stuart (1852 - 1941), "Spring Canoes, Alaska," watercolor painting, 1891. 12" x 18" painting.

Fokko Tadama | Oil Painting
Fokko Tadama | Oil Painting

Fokko Tadama (1871-1937), "Squak Slough (Sammamish River, WA)," oil painting on board, 1915. 15" x 18" painting.

Elizabeth Warhanik | Oil Painting
Elizabeth Warhanik | Oil Painting

Elizabeth C. Warhanik (1880-1968), Seattle Waterfront, oil painting on board, ca. late 1920s. 4-1/2" x 6" painting.

Gunnar Widforss | Watercolor
Gunnar Widforss | Watercolor

Gunnar M. Widforss (1879 - 1934), Point Lobos, California, watercolor painting, ca. 1921. 10" x 15" painting.

Edith Willey | Oil Painting
Edith Willey | Oil Painting

Edith Willey (1891-1984), "Trees (Index, WA)," oil painting on canvas housed in Lloyd Jensen carved and gilt frame, ca. 1935. 10" x 14" painting.

Melville T. Wire | Oil Painting
Melville T. Wire | Oil Painting

Melville T. Wire (1877 - 1966), Oregon Autumn, oil painting on board, 1911. 9" x 11" painting.

Melville T. Wire | Oil Painting
Melville T. Wire | Oil Painting

Melville T. Wire (1877 - 1966), Scotch Broom (Oregon), oil painting on board, ca. 1920s. 10-1/2" x 14-1/2" painting.

Franz Zallinger | Oil Painting
Franz Zallinger | Oil Painting

Franz X. Zallinger (1894 - 1962), Mt. Rainier from Paradise Valley, oil painting on masonite, ca. 1930s. 11" x 14" painting.

Eustace Paul Ziegler | Oil Painting
Eustace Paul Ziegler | Oil Painting

Eustace Paul Ziegler (1881 - 1969), Alaskan Native with Children, oil painting on board housed in Newcomb Macklin frame, ca. 1920s. 10" x 12" painting.

PRINtMAKERS

 

  • Paul Morgan Gustin

  • Helmi Juvonen

  • Roi Partridge

  • Ambrose Patterson

  • Walter J. Phillips

Waldo Chase | Woodblock Print
Waldo Chase | Woodblock Print

Waldo Spore Chase (1895-1988), "Jervis Inlet (British Columbia, Canada)," color woodblock print, 1927. Waldo signed Ed Aardal's name onto the end of his signature. Aardal is considered to be one of Waldo's earliest artistic pupils.

Waldo Chase | Woodblock Print
Waldo Chase | Woodblock Print

Waldo Spore Chase (1895-1988), "Whither?," color woodblock print, 1932.

Waldo Chase | Woodblock Print
Waldo Chase | Woodblock Print

Waldo Spore Chase (1895-1988), "Land of the Great Spirit" (Indian Henry's, Mt. Rainier), color woodblock print, ca. 1929 - early 1930s.

Waldo Chase | Woodblock Print
Waldo Chase | Woodblock Print

Waldo Spore Chase (1895-1988), "Nomad," color woodblock print, ca. late 1920s - 1930s.

Waldo Chase | Woodblock Print
Waldo Chase | Woodblock Print

Waldo Spore Chase (1895-1988), "Clallam," color woodblock print, ca. late 1920s.

Corwin Chase | Woodblock Print
Corwin Chase | Woodblock Print

Wendell Corwin Chase (1897-1988), "Lake Louise" (Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada), color woodblock print, 1927.

Corwin Chase | Woodblock Print
Corwin Chase | Woodblock Print

Wendell Corwin Chase (1897-1988), "Mount Robson (Canadian Rockies)," color woodblock print, 1927. Noted "Made in U.S.A." in lower right margin.

Corwin Chase | Woodblock Print
Corwin Chase | Woodblock Print

Wendell Corwin Chase (1897-1988), "Mystic Night (Mt. Rainier)," color woodblock print, 1934.

Elizabeth Colborne | Woodblock Print
Elizabeth Colborne | Woodblock Print

Elizabeth Colborne (1885 - 1945), "In The Rain Forests of Washington," color woodblock print, ca. 1933.

Helmi Juvonen | Linocut Print
Helmi Juvonen | Linocut Print

Helmi Dagmar Juvonen (1903 - 1985), "Tlingit Mask," linocut print, ca. late 1940s - early 1950s.

Ambrose Patterson | Woodblock Print
Ambrose Patterson | Woodblock Print

Ambrose M. Patterson (1877 – 1967, Seattle, WA), Volcano Crater, Hawaii, color woodblock print, 1917.

Norma Bassett Hall | Woodblock Print
Norma Bassett Hall | Woodblock Print

NORMA BASSETT HALL (1889 –1957, American/Oregon), "Portree Bay," 1929, colored woodblock print.

Roi Partridge | Etching
Roi Partridge | Etching

Roi G. Partridge (1888-1984), "Shuksan (Mount Shuksan, Washington)," etching from copper plate, signed in plate and lower margin, 1927.

ARTS & CRAFTS DECORATIVE ARTS

 

  • L & JG Stickley

  • Marblehead

  • Myrtle Furniture Company

  • Newcomb College

  • Oregon Chair Company

  • Pewabic

  • Rookwood

  • Roycroft

  • Saturday Evening Girls

  • Stickley Brothers

  • Tiffany

Albert Berry | Copper Twisted Vase
Albert Berry | Copper Twisted Vase

ALBERT BERRY (1878 – 1949) hand-hammered copper vase from the Seattle, Washington BERRY'S ART & CRAFT SHOP, ca. 1918 - 1920s. An exceptional and distinct twisted form with a "warty" texture. Bears the Seattle "Berry's Art & Craft Shop" marking on the base.

Emily Carr Klee Wyck Ceramic 3
Emily Carr Klee Wyck Ceramic 3

EMILY CARR (Canadian, 1871-1945) studio ceramic KLEE WYCK miniature bentwood-box form vessel, ca. 1924/25-1930, hand-formed from Victoria, B.C. clay and hand-painted by Carr with Northwest Coast Native imagery of a Raven. Inscribed with Carr's signature on the underside, "KLEE WYCK ?".

Tiffany | Favrile Urn-Shaped Vase
Tiffany | Favrile Urn-Shaped Vase

TIFFANY STUDIOS (Louis Comfort Tiffany, New York, NY) Favrile glass urn-shaped vase of a luminous green iridescent body with an interior cased in opalescent white. Inscribed on base, "118 L L. C. Tiffany Favrile,"

Grueby | Art Pottery Cuenca Tile
Grueby | Art Pottery Cuenca Tile

GRUEBY POTTERY (American/ Boston, Massachusetts) thick, red clay body Arts & Crafts matt glazed ceramic tile trivet decorated in cuerda seca with seagull design, ca. 1910s.

Newcomb College | Spanish Moss Vase
Newcomb College | Spanish Moss Vase

NEWCOMB COLLEGE POTTERY (New Orleans, Louisiana) large Arts & Crafts-era vase carved with Spanish moss-covered trees and a glowing moon. Crafted by Jonathan Hunt and decorated by famed artisan Sadie (Sarah) Irvine (1902 - 1929, student + art craftsman).

Albert Berry | Copper Antler Tray
Albert Berry | Copper Antler Tray

Large ALBERT BERRY (1878 – 1949) hand-hammered copper tray from the Seattle, Washington BERRY'S ART & CRAFT SHOP, ca. 1918 - 1920s. Decorated with reindeer antler. Bears the Seattle "Berry's Art & Craft Shop" marking on the base.

Rookwood | Vellum Incised Grape Vase
Rookwood | Vellum Incised Grape Vase

small-scaled 1905 ROSE FECHHEIMER (1874 - 1961) ROOKWOOD ART POTTERY (American/Ohio) vase finished with mat mottled green and speckled plum-colored vellum glaze, finely incised with two clusters of purple grapes near the rim.

Newcomb College |Floral Pottery Vase
Newcomb College |Floral Pottery Vase

NEWCOMB COLLEGE POTTERY (New Orleans, Louisiana) shallow Arts & Crafts-era vase by Anna Frances Simpson deeply carved with white flowers surrounding the rim, ca. 1910 - 1914.

Grueby | Curdled Green Glazed Vase
Grueby | Curdled Green Glazed Vase

GRUEBY POTTERY (American/ Boston, Massachusetts) cylindrical art pottery vase of tapering form, with a thick, curdled matt green glaze, ca. 1904 - 1905.

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