SOLD Wood dolls – TONTO APACHE

  • Reference: EDNA1035
  • Origin: Globe, Arizona, USA
  • Period: Circa 1970-1980
  • Height: 13 cm
  • Materials: Deer skin, cottonwood, cotton cloth, leather, glass and metal beads, wool.
  • Price: SOLD

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Description

These two doll pieces are carved in cottonwood, arms and legs are articulated.  They probably represent two medicine men.

They are dressed in the traditional way of the Western Apache as they used to be around 1880-1890.

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