Offered here for your consideration is an amazing bronze statue titled "American Horse" by Dave McGary. Dave was known for his attention to detail and respect for tribal culture (even being adopted into a Sioux family).
This outstanding piece features a stunning realism! It is hand painted so as to make the beads look like real beadwork! Words cannot describe the detail in this great piece! It is marked as number 3 of only 75 and would make a nice addition to any bronze collection.
"Cavalry Horse" an Original Oil by Cynthia Rigden - $1,200
Presented here for your consideration is "Cavalry Horse" an original oil painting by Cynthia Rigden. True to her western style, Ridgen paints an amazing image with a stunning horse, saddle, and scenery. This would look fantastic in your home or office! Cynthia Rigden grew up surrounded by horses and cattle on an 8,000-acre ranch that has been in her family since 1902. Her roots in Arizona and the West are deep. Yet, she doesn’t call herself a “western artist”, rather an artist who comes from the West.
A Rare Example of a Native American Navajo Saddle - Late 1800s. - $2,500
A unique and rare example of a Native American (Navajo) ladies saddle from the late 1800s. How do we know it is a ladies saddle? Because of the saddle horn. Items such as a cradle board were hung on the saddle horn. Navajo men's saddles from this time period usually did not have a saddle horn as it would have been in the way when hunting or fighting. This saddle is handmade and retains most of its original form and decorations. The original hand-bent cedar wood stirrups are even there. A vintage Navajo saddle blanket is included with the saddle. The custom made stand can be included, but only if the buyer makes arrangements to pick it up, we will not ship the saddle stand.
Offered here for your consideration is a Bisbee turquoise and sterling silver necklace and ring set by Carlos White Eagle. This outstanding necklace features a stylized dangle pendant of a phoenix rising bird with a Bisbee turquoise stone and inlay as well as two winged silver plates with Bisbee turquoise stones on neckline. The handmade sterling silver link chain and clasp allow for it to be worn at different lengths. The equally outstanding ring is set on a hand stamped band and the setting shows off a winged plate with a Bisbee turquoise stone and inlay on the side. Wow! You'll make a statement when you wear this set so add it to your collection now!
Offered here for your consideration is a carved turquoise bear theme squash blossom necklace. This necklace features a lovely two wire crescent shaped naja highlighted with three carved bears resting in handmade sawtooth bezels. The naja is accented with hand stamped designs. The neckline is filled with 10 matching bear settings adding character and uniqueness to this piece. Two strands of handmade sterling silver beads conjoined into one strand at the neck are strung on a foxtail wire and silver findings finish off this squash blossom necklace nicely. Don't miss out!
Presented here for your consideration is an original oil painting by Charles Damrow (untitled) of a autumn landscape. Charles Damrow, Cowboy artist and painter of western Cowboy and Native American subject matter, established friendships with Natives, cowboy artists and Indian Traders of the Southwest. Damrow had associations and friendships with many notable westerners, including Olaf Wieghorst, Barry Goldwater, Peter McDonald and Bill McGee. His paintings are highly collectible. This is a fine original landscape which would go well with most any decor. Signed lower right, "Charles Damrow" (copy of a recent appraisal comes with it).
Circa 1920's Natural Turquoise Cluster Bracelet - $1,500
Featured here is a circa 1920's natural turquoise cluster bracelet. This incredible piece features nice natural turquoise across three clusters on a two-triangle wire band with conjoined ends. Silver dots and twisted wire compliment this nice piece, which deserves a spot in your collection now!
Dee Flagg/ Jim Flagg Original Art Work - General Grant - $1,000
32 x 40 inches (L x W)
Presented for sale is this unique piece of art which is a father/son collaboration between James and Dee Flagg. The oil painting of General Grant was painted by James while the uniquely carved wood frame is by Dee Flagg. It is dated 1953 and there are only a few of these collaborations out there by this talented duo.
Edward Beyuka Turquoise Inlay Eagle Dancer Bracelet - $1,500
Presented for your consideration is an Edward A. Beyuka turquoise inlay Eagle Dancer bracelet. This incredible bracelet features a very detailed pictorial inlay design of an Eagle Dancer. It is created with silver and different carved and colored turquoise to achieve the design. There are also accents of flattened silver dots and lines. All this is set on a two wire terminal cuff that is conjoined on the ends and has more flattened silver dots plus hand stamped lines. The artist, Edward A. Beyuka, specialized in large, complex bracelets and bolos. This is a bracelet you'll definitely want in your collection!
Offered here for your consideration is a Flick By Gerald Farm. Gerald Farm is an American artist known as "The Norman Rockwell of the West". He tells stories of Western nostalgia through oil paintings. Born in 1935 in Grand Island, Nebraska.
Francis Beaugureau - Portrait, Man, Arms Crossed with Hat - $7,000
Offered here for your consideration is an original oil painting by Francis Beaugureau of a man, with arms crossed, wearing a hat. Francis lived in Scottsdale, Arizona, for 47 years (1954-2001), maintaining a studio on Chapparral Road. Beaugureau is known for a series of thirty paintings, named The Indian Wars in Arizona 1846-1886, for which he thoroughly researched the subject matter and produced one of the most historically accurate records of the state's history. This large painting is striking and would make a nice addition to your home or office. Signed lower right, "Beaugureau" (copy of a recent appraisal comes with it).
Hefty Circa 1950s Era Concho Belt - $2,500
Offered here for your consideration is a circa 1950s era concho belt. This fabulous sterling silver and turquoise concho belt features six oval conchos, seven butterfly conchos, and buckle each with a beautiful turquoise cabochon resting in handmade sawtooth bezels. The rectangular buckle showcases four turquoise cabochons all in handmade sawtooth bezels. The conchos and the buckle are accented with detailed hand stamped designs and repousse bump outs . The conchos are on a black leather belt. Add it to your collection!
Horse Theme Storyteller Concho Belt - Becenti - $2,500
Offered here for your consideration is a horse theme storyteller concho belt by Becenti. This great concho belt has 8 horse shape conchos and a matching buckle. Each piece features a storyteller scene created with an overlay cutout design, detailed hand stamp work and a textured, darkened background. The conchos are displayed on a black leather belt. You can definitely tell the time and pride the artist put into this sterling silver, horse themed concho belt. It could be yours today!
Offered here for your consideration is a neat pair of L.D. Stone marked spurs that feature exquisite hand engraved silver inlay designs on the outer heel bands and steel chased patterns on the insides. These spurs have chap guards and original heel chains and would make a nice addition to your collection.
Thomas Molesworth Wrought Iron Burro Stand - $9,500
Offered here for your consideration is a Thomas Molesworth wrought iron burro stand, originally built as an ashtray stand. Thomas C. Molesworth was an American furniture designer who was a significant figure in the creation of a distinctly Western style of furniture and accessories, using hides, horn and natural wood. He furnished Eisenhower’s den, the Rockefeller Ranch and the homes and retreats of several celebrities and captains of industry and commerce.
Provenance: This item came to our seller through the estate of Eugene Thurston who was also an artist and a friend of Molesworth. It had been in the Thurston family (literally in the back yard) for many years until acquired by our seller, who was acquainted with the family.
Presented here for your bidding pleasure is a unique coral bracelet by multiple award winning artist Na Na Ping. This modernistic bracelet features a cluster of incredible coral cabochons in handmade bezels. The settings are accented with a rather unique wave design sterling silver four wire cuff.
Vintage Target Pattern Spurs With Silver Inlay And Nice Spur Straps - $1,250
Available here for your consideration are a nice vintage pair of target pattern spurs with silver mountings and nice spur straps. The spurs feature silver engraved inlays with domed buttons, as well as large silver engraved conchos on the straps.