Chi Wara Headdress
Abstract Horizontal Chi Wara Headdress
Bamana Tribe, Mali, 1900 - 1910. Among the finest of its kind one will encounter, this exceptional "chi wara" (with many different spellings), is literally translated as "working animal", for its spiritual relevance to the fertility of the soil for the Bamana Tribe in Mali, West Africa. Carved from a single piece of wood, it demonstrates the exceptional talent of a carver who sought to convey the power of this mythical animal, which combines features of the roan antelope, the gazelle, and other animals such as the anteater, warthog, horse, and more. It has been customary for thousands of years for headdresses and masks to be carved which call upon the spirits of the bush and seek their power and blessings in application to human existence, for health, fertility, wealth, and protection.
JFK Assassination


The Jim Garrison Files of the JFK Assassination
This important, one-of-a-kind collection documents one of the most significant and tragic events in the history of our nation - the assassination of President John F. Kennedy as his motorcade passed through downtown Dallas. The seemingly inexplicable murder of the young president over 50 years ago on November 22, 1963, remains shrouded in mystery and doubts, with many still believing conspiracy theories surrounding his assassination.
Sunset on Mauna Kea
Euclase Crystals, Columbia
La Marina Mine, Pauna, Boyaca, Columbia; Fine robin's egg blue Euclase crystals are rare and highly prized among collectors. The most valued crystals of Euclase are clear blue with great luster. The most desired color is rich robin's egg blue. It's unusual to find even one undamaged blue Euclase gem crystal. It's almost impossible to find one undamaged Euclase crystal on matrix, and it's extremely rare to find a cluster of 6 pristine lustrous robin's egg blue gem Euclase crystals on snow-white albite matrix.
Powerful and Grand Lwalwa Tribe Face Mask, 1910


Thomas Brzon - Gold Reflection, 2015


The Marshal Ney Telescope Gifted by Napoleon I, 1805
Fluorite on Albite, Rhône-Alpes, France


Early Navajo Sandpainting Weaving, 1935 - 1945


Gold "Dragon" Bolívar, Venezuela
Murad Karabaev - Black Butterfly, 2007


Tomita Hankei - Turkey Pair by Flowering Tree, 1920


Admire Pallasite Meteorite Slice, 1881
Alison Keogh - 60,000 Positive Thoughts, Wave II


Colonial Silver Cross or Crucifix, 19th C.


Dang xuan Hoa - Family Love, 2008
Transitional Native American Textile, 1890


San Mai Meteorite Knife, 2014


Historic Germantown Navajo Rug, 1880 - 1890
Carlos Estrada-Vega - Don Celedono, 2014


Dinka Men's Beaded Corset, Sudan, early 20th C.


Murad Hojakuliev - Moonlit night, 2015
Inscribed Bronze Seated Buddha, 16th C.


Tom Marosz - Gold-Wings, 2015


Pair of Silver Lobed Bowls, 1840
Lynne Golob Gelfman -
Thru 5, 2014


Joshua Hershman - Sekonic, 2012


Pham Luan - Cycling Along Hang Gai Street, 2008
Karen Gunderson - Sea Paths, 2015


Tran Huy Hoan - Dove on Black Water Pot, 2012


Louis Sclafani - Loredano, 2013
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