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Likely Ute Beaded Jar with Navajo Lid

Ute Indians

About The Likely Ute Beaded Jar with Navajo Lid

One of a kind beaded cylinder with removable lid embellished with sterling silver representation of the moon at different times of the month.

Rectangular pillow-cut lapis lazuli stone references the midnight sky, as do cobalt colored beads included in its geometric design.

Bottom is fully beaded with each of the four directions indicated.

The beads and silver top adorn a cylindrical wood jar

Savvy Price $185.00

Gallery Price $225.00

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Description

One of a kind beaded cylinder with removable lid embellished with sterling silver representation of the moon at different times of the month.

Rectangular pillow-cut lapis lazuli stone references the midnight sky, as do cobalt colored beads included in its geometric design.

Bottom is fully beaded with each of the four directions indicated.

The beads and silver top adorn a cylindrical wood jar

About the Artist
"The Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation is a federally recognized tribe of Ute Indians in Utah.  The Uintah are a western band of Ute Indians.
Ute lands controlled by the tribe cover 1.2 million square acres plus mineral-owned lands encompassing 40,000 acres." taken from Wikipedia
Medium Glass beads, sterling silver, lapis lazuli
Size 2" height (with lid) X 2 1/4" maximum diameter, Stone measures 9/16" X 7/16".
Signed No
Date of creation Circa 1970's
Condition Perfect
Provenance HR