Native American 15 Inches Long From Top To Bottom Bag Beaded Lovely Wild Flower
TANNED HIDES LEATHER BAG BEADED. Native North Americans tended to place great importance on how well-matched a carrying case was to its contents. Not only were native bags specially sized and shaped to hold an individual type of object, they were often decorated to indicate precisely what belonged inside of them. Regardless of their material, Native American bags were often painted, beaded, or quilted with the characteristic tribal designs of the crafts person (usually a woman) who made it--particularly if the bag was designed to hold something sacred, such as a medicine bag or tobacco bag, or was being made as regalia for a fiance, daughter or son. GORGEOUS BAG FOR DAILY USE WITH 15 INCHES FROM TOP TO BOTTOM AND 6&1/2 INCHES WIDE BEADED WITH LOVELY COLORFUL WILD FLOWER.
SEE MY OTHER AUCTIONS ON SCHMM FOR MUKLUKS, MOCCASINS, MITTS, WRAPS, SWEET GRASS, HOME TANNED MOOSE AND DEER HIDES AND MANY OTHER AUTHENTIC INDIAN HAND CRAFT AND BEAD WORK HOMEMADE BY MORIN OF THE WOODLAND CREE NATION. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American: US\1935-Now\Beads & Beadwork". The seller is "schmm" and is located in this country: CA. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada
- Artisan: NATIVE AMERICAN
- Origin: HOMEMADE CRAFTED
- Tribal Affiliation: WOODLAND CREE