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1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture

1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture
1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture
1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture
1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture
1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture
1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture
1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture
1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture
1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture
1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture
1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture
1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture

1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture

This is a historical and mysterious "One Of a Kind" 3 piece furniture set, which was brought to the antique Roadshow in New York City 2015. Which is the size of a twin bed.

A large bench, and a long wide, thick board, with Eagle carving. Note: the board fits perfectly across the bed, and the bench is also equal size to the bed - I personally believe the bed is a large ceremonial box, because there are signs that center boards were added on later.

Converting this into a bed? Keno believed that this set was once on a Western Railroad car in the 1800s, and was hand carved and hand painted by American Indians. This could be worth even more if I can find out its original wealthy owner. Possibly one of the early Railroad barons. Or a important politician, gifted to by the American Indians.

It was common for the very wealthy to own there own train cars in the 1800s Wild West. I have done some research on the symbols, and they all seem to symbolize "War - Birth - Illness & Peace".

Right now this set is being stored in a dry barn. This set is over 150 years old and shows normal age wear. The set can fit in a standard size truck or van, which was used when I brought this to the Antiques Roadshow. PLEASE LOOK UP SELLERS OTHER ITEMS TO SEE MORE ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES, WHICH CAME FROM THIS SAME ESTATE.

DUE TO THE LONG TRAVEL TIME TO THE POST OFFICE. Please Note: This is a vintage or antique item. Vintage or antique means that the item is from a previous era, and has most likely been used or worn by a prior owner. Buyers should expect that this item will likely show some signs of use, common aging, or wear unless noted as "unused" or "Mint".

The item "1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture" is in sale since Sunday, December 10, 2017. This item is in the category "Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American".

The seller is "mitzidanti" and is located in Easton, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, South africa, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Panama, Jamaica, Canada, Taiwan, Kuwait, Colombia.

  • Maker: Navajo
  • Original/Reproduction: Original


1800s Carved BY NAVAJO AMERICAN INDIAN WILD WEST RAILROAD TRAIN Furniture