Shell beads on each end, black and red glass trade beads through out with 5 owl claws, White Earth River, North Dakota, Sioux Indian.
5 heavy graduated brass charms, oval with key hole cut-out, on black chord.
Nine round and barrel shaped beads alternating. Tan and white in color.
Ivory color, hair pipe bone beads, long, porcelain beads, small flat, red, sets of 12 between each bone bead, 16 blue porcelain beads on one end.
Found near Damas, Syria.
Nickel fish, jointed on chain, with engraved design and red eyes.
Tan bone, brown etched design.
White with dark brown cowrie beads. On bottom are three strings of beads with seed pods on the ends. Shell money necklace. Found at Lau Lassi Village.
Eagle feathers, grayish brown, held in center with twine, wooden pin attached, Austalian Aborigine, North Australia.
Light brown wooden handmade comb, wider at top, narrower at bottom, 29 teeth.
Half of a light brown carved wooden comb with 42 teeth.
Oval, 1 row silver inlaid with turquoise, mosaic. Zuni.
Cup style Olivella shells. From graves in California. Eighteen shells on a length of string. Shells are various sizes.
Combination round shell beads, white, with rough turquoise at regular intervals.
Round pietce of Alaskan ivory with ink etching of an Eskimo pulling an animal metal pin on back. Hand etched by Howard Weyahok. Scrimshaw pin.
Green jade. Flat disc-shaped form with a hole at the center, perforated near center hole.
Round bracelet made of split bamboo.
14 pieces of wood bound together at top and then one-third way down, with design woven in. Bottom comb section flares out. Bamboo strips wrapped around as decoration. 13 pieces of wood bound together…
A-D. A, B, and C are all green colored stones. D is a light brown colored stone.
Green stone. A roughly pyramidal form, solid, and perforated at the base. Green stone. A roughly pyramidal form, solid, and perforated at the base.