Pipe Bag


From: North America

Curatorial Section: American

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Object Number 86-35-298
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Ojibwa (uncertain) | Cree (uncertain)
Provenience North America
Culture Area Great Plains Culture Area
Date Made 1900-1986
Section American
Materials Hide | Bead

Native tanned hide; top cut into two ellipse-shaped flaps on each side. Beaded panel at bottom has symmetrical floral patterns (different on either side) done in red, yellow, blue, green and maroon beads against a white background. Beadwork done in spot stitch technique using commercial thread. Native tanned hide dringe at bottom. Overall condition very good.

Length 75 cm
Width 14.5 cm
Credit Line Gift of George and Henry J. Vaux, 1985
Other Number 56 - Collector Number

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