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Plains Indian Museum

Descriptions
bead 112 Buckskin 430 smoked 60 braintanned 68
Names
moccasins, woman's 7
Subjects
floral 651
Date:
ca. 1940
Dimensions:
H: 8.25 in, L: 9.875 in, width: 3.75 in
Credit Line:
Simplot Collection, Gift of J.R. Simplot.
Remarks:
Function: Dress and Adornment, Daily Attire And/Or Festive Attire. Braintanned and smoked buckskin, side seam construction with added rectangular ankle wrap and tongue. Vamps are applique stitch beaded with two red flowers, one outlined in royal blue, the other in pale lavender. Leaves in light and clear greens and some pink. Some faceted beads. Long buckskin ties go through upper on either side of tongue and wrap several times around ankle, heel seams have 4 short buckskin fringes. B has a small patched hole in the sole near the big toe.
Accession Number:
NA.202.900

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