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Sioux moccasins with buffalo hoof design, faceted beads in center stripe, soft soles. 11" smoke tanned buckskin; trunk piece, never used. Never been walked on. These moccasins were a trunk piece collected by an archeologist. We acquired from his son. They are brain/smoke tanned and sinew sewn. Definitely Sioux. First quarter 20th Century however that is difficult to confirm so we noted first half 20th Century. The beads are 19th Century. Period: First half of the 20th century. Origin: Sioux…

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Sioux child's moccasins. 5 1/2" brain tanned elk. Classic Sioux buffalo hoof design with yellow crosses with red faceted beads and commercial tanned elk hide. Period: circa 1940. Origin: Sioux, Plains. Size: 5 1/2". Moccasins, Native American, Sioux, Beaded, Hide, Child's

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Plateau two-piece ladies dress. Commercially tanned deer skin with fully beaded cape both sides. Dress 48" L, 19" across chest. Cape 24"W x 11" plus 7" fringe. Fully beaded martingale 24" x 22" plus 15" fringe. Beaded "horse mask". Exceptionally large saddle throws 66" x 17" with 15" fringe both ends. Matching beaded panels both ends 15" x 15". Use or display. Complete set. Period: circa 2000 Origin: Plateau, WA. Native American, Dress, Horse Regalia, Matching, Hide, Beaded, Beadwork…

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Missouri River sewing pattern number 4799-500-019 Tradecloth Dress Pattern includes Women's sizes Small (6-8), Medium (10-12), Large (14-16) and X-Large (18-20) Pattern condition: Uncut, factory folded and complete with instructions. ~ Item for sale is a sewing pattern, not a finished garment ~ Clothing styles among Plains and Plateau Indian women have remained basically unchanged over the last 100 or so years, with this conservative attitude being further reflected in the rather long…

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"Missouri River Sewing Pattern number 4799-500-016 Cherokee Tear Dress Pattern includes Women's sizes Small (6-8), Medium (10-12), Large (10-12 and X-Large (18-20 Pattern condition: Uncut, factory folded and complete with instructions ~ Item for sale is a sewing pattern, not a finished garment ~ This extremely popular dress acquires its name from the method of \"tearing\" out its pieces. Unique to the Cherokee and several other tribes of the Southeast, it is easy to make and requires only a…

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Early designed beaded Nez Perce martingale. Constructed stroud applied to canvas with beaded panels of hourglass and diamond motifs. Split tab and brass bell suspensions. Stunning piece! Period: 19th century Origin: Nez Perce, Idaho Size: 16” x 44” Beadwork, Native American, Indian, Nez Perce, Martingales, Stroud, Canvas, Antique, Vintage, Museum quality

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MORPHEW COLLECTION Silk & Cotton Dress Made From Japanese Obi Brocade Seminole Indian Patchwork MORPHEW COLLECTION is made entirely by hand in our NYC Ateliér of rare antique materials sourced from around the globe. Our sustainable vintage materials represent over a century of design, many of the rich textiles we use are no longer manufactured. Each piece preserves the hours of hand work and lost artisanal techniques into a contemporary design and fit.

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