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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Wind River Native Crafts, Inc. 74
Descriptions
hawk 75 hide 1074 fluff 6 Beads 2617 feathers 641 seed 1420 gourd stitch 25
Names
fan 119
Subjects
eagle 68
Dimensions:
L: 19 in, width: 8 in
Remarks:
Personal Adornment and Ritual Regalia. Fan made of five rust colored barred hawk feathers which have been clipped at the top. Their base is held by tan and burgundy seed beads in a gourd stitch. Each feather is held with a red fluff. One is detached and one is missing. The broad grip of tan hide has tan and burgundy seed bead trim around either side. An eagle of tan and burgundy is sewn a the middle of the front. Five fringes hang from the bottom (7 1/2" each).
Accession Number:
NA.203.1106

Not currently on display


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