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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Cheyenne 264 Sioux 990
Descriptions
dark blue 127 dark clear red clear red 10 leather 2024 seed 1420 lazy stitch 368 Gray 59 dark red 6 yellow 526 White 769 tanned 631 sinew 620 pink 230 Red 1061 Beads 2617 blue 690
Names
pouch 106
Subjects
triangles 289 center cross boxes 32 bands 37 rows 7
Date:
1920s
Dimensions:
L: 4 in, width: 2.75 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Steve Beilgard
Remarks:
Ritual and Recreation: Smoking and Narcotics. Egg-shaped tanned leather on one side, partially tanned leather on other side, sinew sewn together around sides and wide end, narrow end left open and edges beaded with a single row of clear red beads; tanned side is overall lazy stitch beaded with a center cross of yellow with blue center on cut gray ground with a dark clear red border band topped with a yellow band, around this is a band of white with red triangles and red and dark red boxes; partially tanned side has a cross centered in wide end lazy stitch beaded in pink with dark blue and white bands, four small holes in top for a drawstring.
Accession Number:
NA.504.300

Not currently on display


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