March 14th and 15th Desert West Auction on iCollector.com Featuring Native American Artwork and Collectibles
iCollector.com is broadcasting an auction with an important collection on March 14th and 15th, 2015 with live online bidding. Desert West Auction brings their strong reputation to auction again this month for 2 days featuring an array of Native American artwork and valuables. Bidders can chose from Native American pottery, kachinas, jewelry, Navajo rugs, baskets, as well as fine art. There will also be a collection of coins from the estate of Art Poole, and various estate items. Bidding via iCollector.com is simple and secure, and available for registration immediately.
Desert West Auction, owned by Bob and Jane Coogan, have been in business for over 15 years. They are specialists in New Mexico collectibles, Native American Art, and Western Americana. They regularly bring excellent material and collections to auction, and very often carry material and artwork purchased directly from the artist. Desert West Auction is known for their outstanding service, authenticity of material, and as a leading resource for collectors.
A beautiful rug is up for auction on the first day at Lot 1114 in the online catalog. This is a Navajo serrated diamond textile rug which will look stunning in any collection. The 4 cornered tassels are intact, and it has muted earth tones, gorgeous colors, tight weave, and measures 36” L by 27” W. There is a pastel bird motif and this will be a great value for the wining bidder.
Always popular kachina dolls are spread throughout the catalog. A great value piece is Lot 1132. There are three carved wooden cradleboard kachina dalls in this lot, and sure to put a smile on bidder’s faces. The longest one measures 8 inches by 4 inches and is embellished with feathers. Photos of these lovely little dolls are available on iCollector.com and this is a great value piece for the collector as it should sell for around $100.
Arguably the best textile rug in the sale is listed in day 2 on March 15th. At Lot 1450 is a 1930’s Navajo red granado traditional textile rug. There is no bleeding, some selvage damage, and some lighting rods in the corners. As such, it is a beautiful piece and will be in high demand during the auction. Pre-sale estimates feel this could go for as high as $1500 due to the beauty and quality.
Join iCollector.com for this great sale from Desert West Auction on March 14th and 15th, 2015. Both sessions start at 10AM Mountain time, coming live from Mimbres, New Mexico. Registration and absentee bidding is open and simple to do using email address, an existing account, or Facebook and Google Plus. Search on the iCollector.com website for Desert West Auction and join in the action today.