San Francisco Tribal and Textile Art Show
Promoted by: Objects of Art Shows
|Promoted By||Objects of Art Shows|
|Venue||Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture|
|Address||2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123|
|Press Kit||Press Kit|
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Antique Caucasian Kazak
multi-color woven basket
Early Navajo Chief's Rug
black & white stripe / red print wall tapestry
Sun Hat Bead Panel
French Fonteuil Tapestry Chairs
Spanish Mission Period Side Altar Figure
Chinese Pi Ling Imperial Court Collar
Dutch Leather Screen
European Rennaisance Tapestry
19th Century- Wool pile. Wool warp and wool weft. Symmetrically knotted.
Ningxia rug with calligraphic design - Circa 1900
Workshop rug - Late 19th/early 20th century
17th century -Tapestry weave in wool and silk.
Ndebele ex Private Coll., Usa This is a superb old Ndebele skirt made of goat skin and intricately beaded with intricate designs. Obviously a skirt made for noblity the work features a large household with delicate decorative panels. Not the
Highlands ex Jolika Collection, Rye, NY ex T. Barlin, Australia This is a an exquisite and rare dog tooth ornament that is used to decorate men's beards in the Highlands of New Guinea. Ca. 20th Cent
This is a classic Hudoq mask from Borneo. Vibrantly colored and wildly expressive the mask has considerable age. Ca. 20th Cent. 12
This is a magnificent ancient pair of Naga "Seducer's" hip ornaments. Constructed with two panels of beadword over dyed goat hair the fanciful ornament would be worn by a men having proven thier connection to fertility spirits by seducing severa
Bidayuh. Sarawak State, Borneo Island, Malaysia. Wood, pigments. H: 8" (20.3 cm), W: 5.75" (14.6 cm), D: 3" (7.6 cm). Used in rituals to remove evil spirits from the longhouse (or communial village structure).
Gaddang. Luzon Island, Philippines. Cotton with bead details. *Not including fringe, L: 61” (154.9 cm), W: 2.25" (5.7 cm).
Kayanic Dayak complex. East Kalimantan, Borneo Island, Indonesia. Hardwood. L: 33" (83.8 cm), W: 19" (48.3 cm), H: 6" (15.2 cm). Unusually large hardwood bowl/dish with handles at each end and four feet. Meant to hold ceremonial offerings. Each end h
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