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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Eastern Sioux 21
Descriptions
blue 690 smoked 60 hand sewn 13 Red 1061 amber 12 Navajo 4 glass 581 turquoise 308 bead 112 Buckskin 430 braintanned 68 silver 707 porcupine 379 cast 37 orange 203 thread 225 quills 403 machine stitched 24
Names
jacket, man's 2
Subjects
floral 651
Date:
1910-1920
Dimensions:
L: 29.625 in, chest circumference: 45.25 in, sleeve length: 21.5 in
Credit Line:
Gift of H. Peter Kriendler
Inscription:
Printed on white cloth tag sewn in back of neck: P. KRIENDLER
Remarks:
Dress and Adornment, Daily and/or Festive Adornment. Man's jacket. Lightly smoked braintanned buckskin with small stand-up collar. Zigzag cut bottom edge in bottom front and back yoke seams, around armhole bordering yoke and in underarm sleeve seams. Yoke front and back and triangular "cuffs" on sleeve ends have zigzag overlapped quillwork. Mirror image floral motifs in red, orange, yellow, green and purple. Most sewing is by hand with various colors of thread except side seams which are overlapped and machine stitched. Front has 6 Navajo cast silver flower buttons with inset turquoise center. Six front fringes have old wound glass beads on them in dark red, orange, blue and dark amber. White cloth tag sewn at back neck with inscription.
Accession Number:
NA.202.895

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