DescriptionTHREE GREAT LAKES/PLATEAU BEADED POUCHES
c. 1920 - 1960
the first, decorated with a floral element contour stitched in various shades of glass seed beads; the second, with a geometric element stitched in white and two shades of glass seed beads, accented with larger coral glass beads; and the third, with a net-beaded panel, stitched in various shades of glass seed beads, loop beaded fringe along the bottom
Collected by Claus Elijah Andres (1869 - 1952) who broke and trained horses for "Buffalo" Bill Cody and, according to 1930 US Census records, worked on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation in Oregon. Through the family by descent.
Museum on Main Street, Smithsonian Institution: Journey Stories
100th Meridian Museum, Cozad, NE (2011 - 2013)
Lengths: ranging from 5 ½ to 9 ½ inches, excluding attachments
Estimate: $800 - $1,200.
Condition report available upon request.
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