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Stamped Silver Ashtray set with Natual Morenci

c. 1970

6" x 4"


sold, thanks!


Sterling Stamped Box with Rainbow Man Inlay

Ernest Bilagody

4.25" x 4.25"



Sterling Candlestick Holders with Feather Pattern

Sanford Storer

4" x 4.5"


Sold, thanks!


Tufa Cast Silver Letter Opener

1" x 4.75"



Cylindrical Stamped Silver Lidded Container

Ernest Bilagody

2.5" x 4.5"



Stamped Silver Letter Opener

1.25" x 5.75"




Vintage Six Layer Blue Chevron Bead

c. 1800

1.75" l.




Velveteen Navajo Women's Button Blouse

with 196 vintage sterling silver button

one size



Seven Layer Green Chevron Bead


1.5" l.


sold, thanks!



Beaded Turkey, c. 1940

This funky turkey lived in the attic here at Eagle Plume's for decades until Ann rescued it.  Folk art from perhaps Zuni Pueblo in blue, red, and "leftover" beads, and adorned with parrot feathers.

11" h.



Navajo Memory Hide, c. 1940

Another attic find here at the shop, this brain tanned hide is adorned with two Yei in natual pigments and chalk.

18" w., 29" l.


sold, thanks!


Bear Claw Necklace

Paul Szabo, Sicangu Lakota

Dayton asked Lakota jeweler, Paul Szabo, to do something with these hind grizzly claws that had been kicking around. A few months later, this necklace came in the mail with a note explaining that his new puppy had chewed the claws up a bit.  Paul inlaid the damaged areas with buffalo horn...brilliant! And we had a good laugh.

23" l.


sold, thanks!


Vintage Nordic Knife Case

Constructed of bronze and antler, this is the thing that clearly "doesn't belong" here at Eagle Plume's. 

2" w., 9.5" l.





Navajo Christmas Stocking

An ingenious use of tattered, old Navajo rugs, this holiday stocking is constructed of a rug made in the 1940s or so.

21" l.


sold, thanks!


Amber Beads

Twenty-six warm and buttery beads, each huge.  This came to us through an collection of estate jewelry recently.

24" l., beads range from 1.25" to 1.75" in diameter


























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