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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Blackfeet 183
Descriptions
blue 690 fringe 575 green 634 Clear 61 Beads 2617 silver 707 muslin 89 staves 2 wooden 134 pink 230 seed 1420 Red 1061 wool 622 winter Buckskin 430 White 769
Names
saddlebag 6
Subjects
Diamond 223 triangles 289
Date:
1895
Dimensions:
width: 12 in, length with fringe: 106 in
Remarks:
Transportation: Land Transportation. Winter buckskin, muslin backed; long fringe at end, short fringe on two sides. Four wooden staves red wool strip alternated with clear beads. Beaded panels at each end. Diamond pattern beadwork in green, blue, pink and silver on white ground. Panel is trimmed with red wool with leather triangles at the bottom.
Accession Number:
NA.403.89

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