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Creek Finger-woven Beaded Wool Sash From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Creek Council House Museum Association (A)
finger-woven red and green wool with white beads integrated into main panel; 19 long thin heddle-woven strips edged beaded with white beads and terminating with tassels, total length 124 in. x width 4.25 in., length of central panel 21.5 in.
19th century 

Minimal museum notes state:
Date Received: Unknown

History: Photographed 10/93 by O.S.U. Okmulgee for use in CCHN Brochure.  Used in Doll Exhibit Nov-Dec 1993; Exhibited Jan-Mar 1994 in Jerome and Dana Tiger/ Jewelry Exhibit.

Remarks:  This sash has long trailing tassels to emphasize the dancer's movements. Collected in OK/ Creek.



Provenance:  
Property of the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Est $8000 - $10000
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