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Sac à tabac, vers 1890. Artiste arapaho du sud, Oklahoma. Peau tannée, perles de verre et de métal, pigment. 90,8 x 16,5 cm. Kansas City (Missouri). © The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

Tobacco Bag Date: ca. 1890 Geography: United States, Oklahoma Culture: Southern Arapaho Medium: Native-tanned leather, glass and metal beads, pigment

CHEYENNE BEADED HIDE TOBACCO BAG composed of finely tanned hide, thread and sinew sewn in opaque and translucent glass beadwork, the lower panel with pairs of stepped diamonds, surmounted by spot-stitched feather motifs, repeated on the reverse, the opening trimmed with a series of triangular tabs edged in white beads.

CHEYENNE BEADED HIDE TOBACCO BAG composed of finely tanned hide, thread and sinew sewn in opaque and translucent glass beadwork, the lower panel with pairs of stepped diamonds, surmounted by spot-stitched feather motifs, repeated on the reverse, the opening trimmed with a series of triangular tabs edged in white beads.

Arapaho pipe bag  ca. 1885  Wyoming or Oklahoma  Deer hide, pigment, glass beads, feathers, brass bells

Arapaho Pipe Bag -- -- Wyoming or Oklahoma -- Deer hide, pigment, glass beads, feathers, brass bells -- NMAI

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