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Native American tribes continue to develop distinct aesthetics rooted in their personal artistic visions and cultural traditions.

Artists may create jewelry for adornment, ceremonies, and display, or for sale or trade.

Nice looking German Red Cross Dagger with Frog with this example having some spotting to the bright blade and some rusting to the scabbard. The plated fittings on this whole sword show even patina. The pommel nut has the correct cast runes in place. Good looking Hitler Youth Knife by "RZM M7/25" in above average condition with original paint to the scabbard and the blade being in nice condition.

The blade has the 2nd version Krebs scorpion maker mark. The black enamel painted scabbard is dent-free, with the mildest paint loss (mostly towards the tip).

Native American jewelry refers to items of personal adornment, whether for personal use, sale or as art; examples of which might include necklaces, earrings, bracelets, rings and pins, as well as ketohs, wampum, and labrets, made by one of the Indigenous peoples of the United States.

Native American jewelry normally reflects the cultural diversity and history of its makers, but tribal groups have often borrowed and copied designs and methods from other, neighboring tribes or nations with which they had trade, and this practice continues today.

To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.The consignor purchased this 1938 pattern EM's Service Tunic from the capturing vet's estate along with the EM/NCO Visor Cap HC153 and the M40 Single Decal Helmet HC156 listed on my Headgear page.I considered listing all 3 articles together since they belonged to the same Luft vet, but I decided to list them separately knowing few collectors can afford the entire grouping.Good looking Italian MVSN Model 1937 Officer's Dagger Leather Hanger Fitting measuring 3.3cm by 3cm being a good item for restoring a set of hangers or a nice display on its own. IMHO most of these are post-war but I see guys paying hundreds for them on auction sites and forums, regardless I'll toss it in for free.