VISIT

Plan an in-person visit

SUPPORT

The Center needs you

SHOP

Browse our online store

Add to Exhibit
Remove
Love this Object

Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Southern Plains 72 Kiowa 37
Descriptions
cotton thread 354 tanned hide 570 faceted glass beads silk ribbon 38 glass beads 689 pigments 40 brass bead 4 Cotton cloth 154
Names
leggings 199
Date:
ca. 1870
Dimensions:
L: 29.5 in, width: 14 in
Credit Line:
The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe
Remarks:
Tanned hide folded into tube, cut at diagonal at top to a tie, tapering toward bottom with triangular side flap. Varying lengths of self-fringe on flap and bottom of flap. Flap is painted green, body is painted yellow. Recto edge of flap and bottom cuff has red cotton cloth accent trim. Flap and body separated by line of green paint, red line, green line. Green dyed and twisted leather strips punched through on the red line (seam distinction) of color with 3-4 large blood red beads tied through some of the ties, with blue and green silk ribbon (remnants) added. One darker strip of hide also tied on to fringe piece on "B", a portion is wrapped with blue and white seed beads and red cotton cloth. Verso is plain. Single brass bead tied into edge fringe recto; 2 ruby colored faceted (1 split) beads tied into interior fringe on recto.
Accession Number:
NA.202.1348

Not currently on display

Virtual Exhibits

June 2014 - New Items
June 2014 - New Items - Curated by Seth Johnson


Know something we don't? Have an interesting question? Leave it here in our new & improved Comment Section and we will get back to you.

Questions and Comments

Loading comments...