BEADED AND QUILLED PIPE BAG, MUSEUM REPLICA QUALITY
A great reproduction of a Museum Native American Beaded Pipe Bag. Made with hand tanned white leather that has been distressed to make appear old.
There is beadwork along both sides and a 4" band of beading at the bottom of the bag in seed beads of blue, white, greasy yellow,and cranberry red, done in Traditional Native American geometrical designs.
Both sides are identical.
The bag measures 17" long, with 2" of red dyed quill wrapped fringe, and then 17" of delicate fringe. It is approxmiately 5" wide.
The opening is made with four tabs that have edge beading in blue and white seed beads.
A fine example and reprodution of Native American craftsmanship, to add value to your Plains Indian Collection. Non-Indian made.