DescriptionA SOUTHERN PLAINS GOURD PEYOTE RATTLE
with a narrow cylindrical handle, covered in hide and decorated with beadwork in various shades of glass seed beads, surmounted by a gourd filled with rattlers, twisted hide suspended below
The gourd rattle was part of the ritual paraphernalia used by members of the Native American Church, sometimes referred to as the Peyote Cult.
Collected from the John Harstead Estate, Rosebud MT, in the early 1900s.
Length: 23 inches overall
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