unknown Haida artist (Haida), Rattle, ca. 1850, maple wood and leather Portland Art Museum

Centuries Past: Photo

centuriespast: “ unknown Haida artist (Haida), Rattle, ca. maple wood and leather Portland Art Museum ”

Review of the Parcours des mondes tribal fair-- sep. 12-16th 2007 (TRIBALMANIA.COM)

Review of the Parcours des mondes tribal fair-- sep. 12-16th 2007 (TRIBALMANIA.COM)

Haida artist, Portrait Mask, ca. 1900, paint and hair on cedar,

Unknown Haida artist (Haida), Portrait Mask, ca. wood, paint, and hair Portland Art Museum

Raven Rattle [Skidegate, British Columbia; Haida] (89.4.611) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Raven rattle

Nineteenth-century Haida raven rattle from British Columbia. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Haida Rattle

Haisla Rattle - now in the collection of the Private Collection - image 1

The Northwest Coastal People - Religion / Ceremonies / Art / Clothing

On the front of this shaman's curing rattle (left) is a Bear with the head of a Frog in its mouth. The back portrays a Sculpin head. Collected on Haida Gwaii in 1884 by Alexander McKenzie for Dr. Tolmie of the Hudson's Bay Company. CMC front, back)

A NORTHWEST COAST POLYCHROME WOOD FRONTLET of convex form, carved in relief with a voracious animal, probably a wolf, with projecting arms on the lower border, surmounted by a head with exaggerated bared teeth, typical ovoid eye sockets inset with brass tacks for pupils, thick curving brows and short ears; painted overall in red, black and maroon pigments. height 7 1/2 in.

Sotheby's deals in stolen heritage. Probably "Bear" dancing headdress frontlet. Sotheby's wrote: "Northwest Coast polychrome wood frontlet carved in relief with a voracious animal, probably a wolf"

Two sided Tlingit Hawk rattle by unknown Tlingit artist

Two Sided Tlingit Hawk Rattle

Carvings, Totem Poles, Bronze Editions, Prints, Gold and Silver Jewelry. A privately owned native art gallery in Vancouver.

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