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Lakota pipe bag

SIOUX PIPE AND BEADED AND QUILLED FRINGED HIDE PIPE BAG the pipe, of cylindrical and flattend section, decorated at each end with brass tacks, fine aged patina overall, inset to a steatite bowl with catlinite and lead inlay, together with a hide tobacco bag, stitched with opaque and metal beads, with a pair of diamonds on one side, and a butterfly design on the other, surmounted by spot-stitched floral designs; a cut-hide section below wrapped in dyed porcupine quill

Arapaho pipe bag - ca. 1885, Wyoming or Oklahoma Deer hide, pigment, glass beads, feathers, brass bells

Beaded bag -- I want it!!!

You are viewing an important image of Indian Pipe Bags. It was taken in 1908 by Edward S. Curtis. The picture shows a nice view of traditional Native American handwork.

Mikmaq (Maine), Bag, beads/fabric, c. 1870.

Yakima Beaded Bag

Plateau Child's Beaded Bag