Vintage 1940's artist Edna Ruth Starling Native American Chief Black Hawk doll figureVintage 1940's artist Edna Ruth Starling Native American Chief Black Hawk doll figureVintage 1940's artist Edna Ruth Starling Native American Chief Black Hawk doll figureVintage 1940's artist Edna Ruth Starling Native American Chief Black Hawk doll figureVintage 1940's artist Edna Ruth Starling Native American Chief Black Hawk doll figureVintage 1940's artist Edna Ruth Starling Native American Chief Black Hawk doll figureVintage 1940's artist Edna Ruth Starling Native American Chief Black Hawk doll figureVintage 1940's artist Edna Ruth Starling Native American Chief Black Hawk doll figureVintage 1940's artist Edna Ruth Starling Native American Chief Black Hawk doll figure

I am very proud to offer such a rare Native American icon figure hand made by famous Native American artist, Edna Ruth Starling.... in the 1940-50's. This is another piece from the Crews original collection, thus comes with a brief providence and owners bio. He is a very important Chief, if not familiar....take time to research him. This figure is 9" tall to 10.5 including his leather stand and head dress. Be sure to see all the details close up as I will surely miss some there are so many. In the providence it states He is a portrait by Starling depicted from a painting by John Jarvis in 1833, He has real porcupine quill in his head dress, also teeth from grey squirrel. His pipe is hand carved. The large beads on a string are wampum trade money. Black Hawk images on pipe and tobacco pouch or could be a medicine pouch.He is expertly crafted and an awesome resemblance of Chief Black Hawk. Leather, silver, and lots of beading on his costume make this an incredible display. Some lucky person will acquire this unique and very rare piece for their collection. He is Museum quality! Clean and no smells

Black Hawk, born Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak, (1767 – October 3, 1838) was a band leader and warrior of the Sauk Fox American Indian tribe in what is now the Midwest of the United States. Although he had inherited an important historic medicine bundle from his father, he was not a hereditary civil chief. Black Hawk earned his status as a war chief or captain by his actions: leading raiding and war parties as a young man, and a band of Sauk warriors during the Black Hawk War of 1832.

ITEM ID
121822
ITEM TYPE
Vintage
ORIGIN
United States • American
STYLE
Native American

Vintage 1940's artist Edna Ruth Starling Native American Chief Black Hawk doll figure

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