Sister Mary Corita Kent 1st editions from LBC flea this month :-).
Navajo cushion tops, made from Germantown wool with cotton warp, 1910's-20's. These have silk backs and woolen ties for attachment to dining chairs and a thin down filling, great colors and dense weave the chalky forest green + brick red color are beautiful-from LBC flea on Sunday....in house relatives here.
Group of six Hopi Kachina dolls, 1960's/70's from LBC flea on Sunday, again this was one persons collection from an estate sale kept together. The first two are larger and carved/notched from one switch of wood (no glued elements apart from long gone feathers)-the bottom four are a little more roadside production line but make a nice supporting cast-nutty little guys. In house relatives here and here.
Confessions of a (solid) brass enthusiast...cleaning and not cleaning various hardware for the house. Citations/red cards issued for those found painting over hardware from now on please.
*I remember my father constantly polishing these and anything else brass is an attempt to keep the beautiful green corrosion at bay.