Central Plains Native American Pipe Bag, 1860's
Wonderful Example of an Early Central Plains Native American Pipe Bag
Made from soft native brain tanned buckskin hide decorated with two lanes of seed beads in colors of white, red white-heart and black. The rolled edge of the mouth of the bag is also decorated with seed beads of white, light blue and pink.
Four thin hide drops at the mouth of the bag are quill wrapped with each two tin cones with remnant of horse hair.
The bottom of the bag is decorated with elaborate quillwork naturally dyed with vegetal pigments. One side has a spider symbol in plaided quillwork in dark blue, yellow and red. The other side is fully quilled with a centipede symbol in light blue and red on a yellow background.
The parfleche slats are quill wrapped with a chevron pattern in the same colors of blue, red and yellow. At the bottom the slats are separated by a glass beads, all red except for one green.
Long, thin buckskin fringes
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