Ladles 18th & 19th Century

Both of these ladles are from the BRAMS COLLECTION OF WOODLANDS INDIAN ART which was the most extensive collection of its type in public or private hands. With a focus on woodlands sculpture (primarily bowls and ladles), Mr. Brams greatly aided in expanding the understanding of this important material.
The ladle on the left is of Eastern American Indian heritage. Note the "heart" design on the end of the handle. The wood is maple. (CHTK)
List Price: $665

The ladle on the right with the upright handle is made from tiger maple. Note the form and design of the handle.(LEPE)
List Price:$$325
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