SOLD Wood woman doll – APACHE

  • Reference: EDNA1047
  • Origin: San Carlos, Arizona, USA
  • Period: Circa 1980
  • Height: 15 cm
  • Materials: Wood, cotton cloth, leather, glass beads.
  • Price: SOLD

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Description


This female doll has articulated arms and is a carved piece.  This one represents a woman carrying the so famous “Tusgaden” or Apache burden basket to collect the different fruits or crops during the harvest time.

The doll has the traditional toe moccasins, and the basket is decorated with glass beads, using the peyote stitch.

Contemporary but rare piece.

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