Zena Kruzick

Zena Kruzick sells art, textiles and jewelry from Asia, Africa, Oceania and the Americas. Visit ZKTA.com for more material - the website is updated frequently. Now on Instagram @mondozena

  • Toy horse with parasol, India. Bronze. 19th-20th century. 5.5" (14 cm) high. The wheels roll freely on this charming toy horse. #8208
    price:  SOLD

  • Durga, India. Lost wax cast bronze. 5 3/8" (13.6 cm) high. 14-15th century. #3524
    price:  On request

  • Adi Shankara (guru), lived 788-820 a.d., India. Lost wax cast bronze. 2" (5.1 cm) high. 16th century. #3519
    price:  SOLD

  • Pikuran (cache-sex), Kirdi people, Cameroon. Seed beads, cotton string, cowrie shells. 21" (53 cm) wide by 6.5" (16.5 cm) high. Mid 20th century. #1645
    price:  On request

  • Ganesha, remover of obstacles, god of wisdom and prudence, India. Lost wax cast bronze. 1 3/4 " (4.4 cm) high. 16th century. #3522
    price:  SOLD

  • Ikebana basket, Japan. Mulberry bark, cherry bark, bamboo. Taisho Period (1920s). 16.5" (42 cm) high and 9.5" (24 cm) in diameter. #8195
    price:  On request

  • Pikuran (cache-sex), Kirdi people, Cameroon. Seed beads, cotton string, cowrie shells. 22" (56 cm) wide by 8" (20 cm) high. Mid 20th century. #1643
    price:  On request

  • Pikuran (cache-sex), Kirdi people, Cameroon. Seed beads, cotton string, cowrie shells. 21" (53.5 cm) wide by 8.5" (21.5 cm) high. Mid 20th century #1640
    price:  SOLD

  • Shiva. India. Lost wax cast bronze. 3 1/2" (9 cm) high. 16-17th century. #3502.
    price:  On request

  • Pikuran (cache-sex), Kirdi people, Cameroon. Seed beads, cotton string, cowrie shells. 23" (58.5 cm) wide by 9" (23 cm) high. Mid 20th century.
    price:  Price on Request

  • Pikuran (cache-sex), from the Kirdi people of the Cameroon. Seed beads, cotton string, cowrie shells. 20" (51 cm) wide by 9" (23 cm) high. Mid ... read more
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  • a small cache-sex, or pikuran, from the Kirdi people of Cameroon. This triangular 'tanga' style was probably worn by younger women for ... read more
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  • a cache-sex, or pikuran, from the Kirdi people of Cameroon. These were worn for celebrations, rituals and rites of passage by women ... read more
    price:  SOLD

  • Opium pipe bowls. Yunnan Province, Southwest China. 19th century. #8206 Horn, brass. 2" high (5 cm) #8207 Boxwood, brass. 3" high (7.5 cm)
    price:  On request

  • Conus shell earrings. Western Gulf area, Papua New Guinea. 2.75", 2.5", 2.25" (7, 6, 5.5 cm) diameter. Early 20th century. Published in Red Eye of the ... read more
    price:  SOLD

  • Three net floats. Massim people, Papua New Guinea. 5.5", 6.5" and 5.75" high. Early 20th century. Provenance: Harry Beran, Australia; John Friede, New York.
    price:  SOLD

  • Tsuba sword guard, kyo-sukashi. Kyoto, Japan. 3.25" (8 cm) diameter. Momoyama Period (1573-1615). Original condition.
    price:  On request

  • Burl wood base. Japan. 40" (101 cm) wide, 25" (63.5 cm) high, 5/8" (1.5 cm) thick. Meiji Period (1868-1912).
    price:  SOLD

  • Ceremonial axe blade. Valdivia culture, Ecuador. Green stone. 9.5" (24 cm) high by 7.5" (19 cm) wide by 1.5" (4 cm) thick. 3000-2500 B.C. Provenance: Private New ... read more
    price:  SOLD

  • Pechera (chest panel). Sihuas Valley, Peru. a.d. 200-400. Original condition, Camelid wool. 28" (71 cm) high by 13" (33 cm) wide. ... read more
    price:  SOLD

  • Rare Chavin fragment, possibly of a mantle. Cotton; the red dye is original to the piece. 18" (46 cm) by 13" (33 ... read more
    price:  On request

  • Pechera (chest panel). Sihuas Valley, Peru. a.d. 200-400. Original condition, professionally mounted. Camelid wool. 33" (76 cm) high by 15" (38 cm) ... read more
    price:  On request

  • Armband from the Western Sahara Desert of Africa. 6.25" (16 cm) diameter. Neolithic Period, 2000 b.p. or earlier. Registered, with documentation by the Hand Axe ... read more
    price:  On request

  • a very expressive small iron monkey. Origin unknown. 3" (7.5 cm) high.
    price:  SOLD

  • Animal head cover. Sindh, Pakistan. 18" (46 cm) wide by 28" (71 cm) long.
    price:  On request

  • Sakiori obi from Japan. Black, turquoise and cream are spiked with silver in this obi. 7" wide by 129" long. In perfect ... read more
    price:  On request

  • Large bowl, chqâla. Nabeul, Tunisia. These were used at family dinners, often containing the couscous. It is said that the fish motif ... read more
    price:  On request

  • Figurine. Inca. Spondylus shell. 2-3/4" (7 cm) high. A.D. 1350-1450.
    price:  On request

  • Fully imbricated lidded basket. Native American, Columbia River. Reeds, cedar bark. 9" wide by 3" high (23 by 7.5 cm). Last quarter 19th century.
    price:  On request

  • a colorful four-cornered hat from the Huari culture of the Highlands of Peru. Made of camelid wool yarns and natural dyes, it ... read more
    price:  On request

  • Embroidered skirt. Sindh region, Pakistan. Used by a Sodha family. 19.5" by 88" (50 by 224 cm). Silk, cotton thread and mirrors ... read more
    price:  On request.

  • Seto ware plate with umanome (horse eye) design, Japan. Stoneware. 2" high by 11" diameter (5 by 28 cm). Late Edo Period.
    price:  On request

  • Ikebana basket, Japan. Nemagaridake bamboo, vines. 12" wide by 15" high (30 by 38 cm). Pre-1950.
    price:  On request

  • Iron Bracelet. Senufo, Ivory Coast, West Africa. 10" (25 cm) in diameter. Early-mid-20th century. ex Maine Durieu, Paris.
    price:  SOLD

  • Ketfiya. Southern mountain region of Tunisia. Worn around the shoulders to protect a woman's dress from the oil in her hair. 31" ... read more
    price:  SOLD

  • Hornbill heddle pulley. Senufo, Ivory Coast. 6-1/2" by 3" (16.5 by 7.5 cm). Mid 20th century.
    price:  On request

  • Burl base. Japan. Taisho Period. 27" by 20" by 5/8" (69 by 51 by 2 cm).
    price:  On request

  • Mahmoudi (woman's mantle). Wool with cotton supplementary patterns, tie-dyed at edges. The piece is dyed after weaving and the cotton resists the ... read more
    price:  On request

  • Man’s wedding shawl (doshalo). Rajasthan, India. Meghwar leather workers caste. Ajrakh vegetal dye blockprint with silk embroidery. Mid-20th century. 41" wide by ... read more
    price:  SOLD

  • Lacquer ware bowl. Burma. 10" in diameter (25 cm).
    price:  SOLD

  • Shield. Sukuma (or Hehe), Tanzania. Animal hide, wood. 29" (74cm) high, nice native repairs. Early 20th century.
    price:  On request

  • Chapragy changa necklace. Strung with crown knotted cord and an old faceted carnelian bead at the closure, the neck opening is 16"(41 ... read more
    price:  On request

  • Iron currency used by the Sara people of Chad, West Africa. 18" (46 cm) high. Early to mid-20th century. #7058
    price:  SOLD

  • Cut-pile raffia panel. Shoowa, a northern group of the Kuba, d.r. Congo. 18 " (46 cm) by 8" (20 cm) approx. The purple ... read more
    price:  SOLD

  • a cache-sex, or pikuran, from the Kirdi people of Cameroon. 19" wide (48 cm). Mid-20th century.
    price:  On request

  • Wood mask, Nepal/Tibet. 8” high by 6.5” wide (20 by 16 cm) plus base. Late 19th century
    price:  On request

  • Finely stitched Uzbek bag from Central Asia. 7.5” wide by 8.5” high (19 by 22 cm).
    price:  On request

  • Wool Tunisian ketfiya. 34" (86 cm) long (without fringe) and 17" (43 cm) wide. There are two tiny holes and an small ... read more
    price:  On request