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

  • 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
    price:  Price on Request

  • 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
    price:  Price on Request

  • 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:  SOLD

  • 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:  SOLD

  • 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:  SOLD

  • 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

  • Cut-pile raffia panel. Shoowa, a northern group of the Kuba, d.r. Congo. 27" (69 cm) by 24" (61 cm) approx. Mid-20th century. In pieces from this ... read more
    price:  On request

  • Quirt (horse crop). Yamut, Turkoman, Central Asia. Wood, silver, turquoise, carnelian, leather, gilding. 25" (64 cm) long. 19th century. #9773
    price:  SOLD

  • Burl base Japan Wood 30" (76cm) wide, 22" (56cm) high, 3" (8 cm) thick Meiji Period This base is unusual with incised lines along the edge on ... read more
    price:  SOLD