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Object Number:59-14-60
Current Location: Collections Storage
Culture:Kiowa
Provenience: Oklahoma (uncertain)
Culture Area: Great Plains (Culture Area)
Maker: Charlie Anko
Date Made: circa 1930's
Early Date: 1928
Late Date: 1939
Section:American
Materials:Feather
Glass
Cotton
Paint
Buckskin
Technique:Beaded
Sewn
Painted
Wrapped
Iconography:Peyote Ceremony
Length: 59.7 cm
Credit Line:Exchange with Denver Art Museum, 1959
Other Number:BKi-12 P - Other Number
CG041091-2195 - Found in Collection Number

Description

Peyote feather fan with beaded handle and long twisted hide fringe. Primarily blue beads. "Loose" fan has feather shafts covered in hide with white clay. Small red feathers attached at base of each. c.1930's. D. Swan. 10/5/1991.


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