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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Canadian 4 Cree 51
Descriptions
Red 1061 clear lime green royal blue 11 yellow 526 clear amber 7 White 769 kelly green 2 medium blue 3 seed 1420 pink 230 cotton 256 clear olive green greasy orange machine stitched 24 yellow green 2 rust 10 smoked 60 red orange fringed 14 Buckskin 430 cloth 876 Beads 2617
Names
wall pocket 2
Subjects
flower 37 zigzag 91 rectangles 50 leaf designs
Date:
ca. 1940
Dimensions:
width: 9 in
Remarks:
Structures and Furnishings: Dwellings and Furnishings. Long rectangle of smoked buckskin (moose hide?) with indentation at top and fringed bottom. Three smoked hide panels with red cotton cloth backings are machine stitched to rectangle to form three descending pockets. Pockets and rectangle are trimmed with bands of white buckskin with zig-zag edges machine sewn in place. Pockets have seed beaded flower and leaf designs - top pocket has 2 red-orange flowers, middle pocket has 2 white flower, bottom pocket has 1 pink, 1 royal blue and 1 red-orange flower. Other bead colors are clear kelly green, clear lime green, clear amber, clear olive green, greasy orange, medium blue, rust, yellow and yellow-green. Two hanging tabs at top of zig-zag edged white buckskin with vertical slits cut in them, hand sewn on back.
Accession Number:
NA.302.100

Not currently on display


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