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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Navajo 192
Descriptions
pigment 539 cotton 256 Beads 2617 velvet 90
Names
doll 94
Subjects
female 19
Date:
ca. 1950
Dimensions:
H: 13.5 in, width: 8.5 in
Credit Line:
In memory of William Paton, Shell, Wyoming
Remarks:
Ritual and Recreation, Gifts and Novelties. Female doll dressed in traditional style clothing. Doll is wearing a burgundy velvet dress with beads and sequin trim down the bodice and sleeves. She has a petticoat of yellow calico and hot pink moccasins. Her belt is of blue flowered ribbon trim. Seed bead necklaces, bracelets and earrings. Face is painted onto fabric. Doll is sealed in a shadow bow, with a frame of carved wood painted gold, with matting of white linen.
Accession Number:
NA.506.137

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