DEALER SPECIALIZING IN NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN ART & 

EARLY NORTHWEST PAINTINGS, PRINTS, PHOTOGRAPHY 

Large-format historic orotone, or goldtone, photograph by famed Seattle, Washington photographer EDWARD S. CURTIS (1868 - 1952, American/Washington + Californian), titled "The Piki Maker - Hopi" a Hopi woman making traditinal bread known as piki. Seattle, Washington Studio, ca. 1917 - early 1920s. Housed in the original gilt gesso Edward Curtis pie crust, or batwing, style Arts & Crafts frame.

Edward Curtis "The Piki Maker - Hopi" Orotone/Goldtone Photograph ca. 1

$6,000.00Price
  • Orotone photographic glass plate in very good antique condition. Orotone plate measures approximately 11" x 14," and the piece measures approximately 15-1/2" x 17-1/2" overall including the original Arts & Crafts - style "pie crust" or "batwing" - style gilded frame.

  • For small and medium sized objects, I tend to ship vis USPS Priority Mail. For larger sized items, FedEx is my preferred method of shipment. Please inquire about estimated shipping charges.

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