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Cree misko takiy (hide coat) ca. 1780–1820 Alberta, Canada Moose hide, paint, porcupine quill, hair 125 x 160 cm

Cree misko takiy (hide coat) ca. Alberta, Canada Moose hide, paint, porcupine quill, hair - ITS SO AMAZING !

1821-1822; Red River Colony; Métis or Cree; moose hide; porcupine quills; glass beads; paint; sinew; HBC 34-30-A; Hudson’s Bay Company Museum Collection; 1994

Red River Colony Métis or Crea coat: moose hide, porcupine quills, glass beads, paint, and sinew. Hudson’s Bay Company Museum Collection.

This coat, or toggie, made of heavy moose hide and decorated with fine porcupine quillwork and painted geometric designs would have been worn by a wealthy fur trader in the Canadian northwest around the 1850s. This is one of very few surviving coats of this type. It was probably made by a Cree woman living around York Factory on the edge of Hudson's Bay perhaps for her husband. He was almost certainly Scottish and a senior officer for the Hudson’s Bay Company.

This coat, or toggie, made of heavy moose hide and decorated with fine porcupine quillwork and painted geometric designs would have been worn by a wealthy fur trader in the Canadian northwest around the 1850s. This is one of very few surviving coats of this type. It was probably made by a Cree woman living around York Factory on the edge of Hudson's Bay perhaps for her husband. He was almost certainly Scottish and a senior officer for the Hudson’s Bay Company.

A CREE QUILLED HIDE COAT composed of finely tanned hide, porcupine quills, cotton thread and sinew.   Length with fringe 42 in.

A CREE QUILLED HIDE COAT composed of finely tanned hide, porcupine quills, cotton thread and sinew. Length with fringe 42 in.

Yankton Dakota {Sioux} Two~Hide Pattern Dress with Fully Beaded Yoke Dress: Circa 1940 South Dakota Hide, seed beads, sinew Item number:

First Nations, Mi’kmaq - Ceremonial Robe, ca.1825 - Originally a mass-produced European jacket, the lapels and collar of this coat were removed by a Mi’kmaq artisan and replaced with gray and red silk ribbons, embroidered with white glass beads in a traditional floral motif

Ceremonial Robe c. 1825 First Nations, Mi'kmaq Contested Terrain: “ Originally a mass-produced European jacket, the lapels and collar of this coat were removed by a Mi’kmaq artisan and replaced with.

Caped skin coat, 1860-1870, deerskin, Plains Cree or Metis

Galleries – National Cowboy & Western Museum

Size 8.5  Ready to ship Hand Painted Rez Hoofz New by REZHOOFZ

Size Ready to ship Hand Painted Rez Hoofz New Fall 2014 Please Read full discription below

infinity of nations art and history in the collections of the national museum of the american indian - george gustav heye center new york - hide coat cree misko takiy hide coat back ca alberta canada moose hide paint porcupine quill hair

Cree misko takiy (hide coat, back), ca. 1780–1820. Alberta, Canada. Moose hide, paint, porcupine quill, hair; 125 x 160 cm. Purchase. 17/6343
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