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Sioux Beaded Hide Awl Cases
4/4/2014 - American Indian Art: Live Salesroom Auction
lot of 2, thread and sinew-sewn including one beaded in red white-heart, white, dark blue, and pea green; with hide flap closure and finished with beaded sinew strings, total length 12 in.; AND another beaded in amber, pink, dark blue, white, and pea green; with hide flap closure and hide thongs wrapped with orange quillwork and tin cones filled with red-dyed fathers, total length 14 in.
fourth quarter 19th century


Provenance:  
Collected by Isabella Jean MacRoy (1860-1947)


Condition:  
Light bead loss; quillwork bright; not listed in MacRoy provenance letter. 
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