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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
South Dakota 248 Sioux 990
Descriptions
tacks 95 cloth 876 deerskin 352 brass 1442 Beads 2617 wood 4438 canvas 234 Red 1061 Ribbons 76
Names
cradle 58
Subjects
diamonds 119 triangles 289 lazy stitch 92
Date:
1890
Dimensions:
L: 38.125 in, width: 11.875 in, H: 10.5 in
Remarks:
Function: Utensils and implements - Child Care, Training and Education. Object: Cradle - wooden frame decorated with brass tacks at the top and remnants of ribbons. Carrier made of deerskin and canvas and lined with red cloth. Outside is fully beaded in lazy stitch designs of stepped diamonds and triangles with a central stripe. Colors are blue, red, turquoise and green on white ground.
Accession Number:
NA.111.37

Not currently on display


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