From: New Mexico | Jicarilla Reservation | Dulce Reservation
Curatorial Section: American
|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||New Mexico | Jicarilla Reservation | Dulce Reservation|
|Culture Area||Southwest Culture Area|
|Materials||Leather | Glass|
One of a pair of beaded, leather moccasins. Laces are attached at the side and through a tongue which is folded over itself and dyed green. Stiff leather sole with fur still on the exterior. Heavily beaded, soft, buckskin uppers. The sides have a lower band of yellow beads with butterflies in blue, pink and red beads. Above this band is a 0.6cm thick band of green with diagonal white and red bands. The tip is decorated with blue and red beads. The top of the moccasin is beaded green with small, pink triangles and squares.
|Credit Line||Gift of Miss Ella Parsons, 1911|
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