The "Bandolier Bag Project" by Douglas K. Limon of Limon Fine Art LLC.
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Floral Bandolier Bag. Tribe: Ojibwe, Great Lakes Area, North Dakota style Material: Glass beads, cotton textile, velvet textile, ribbon, cotton thread. Shown at Milwaukee Public Museum
Antique Ojibwe Beaded Horse Blanket c. 1880 | Kilgore American Indian Art
Antique Ojibwe Beaded Horse Blanket c. 1880
Ojibwe Bandolier Bag
Chippewa Beaded Bandolier Pouch : Lot 683
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Bandolier bags have a wide, beaded shoulder strap and a rectangular lower section that sometimes has a pocket. They were made primarily for show, although they were sometimes used to carry belongings. Some late nineteenth/early twentieth-century bags have false pockets, pocket openings that were too small to fit a hand, or no pockets at all. Such bags were made for fashion, not function, and could be an indicator of the wearer's status and wealth. Bandolier Bages, Pocket Open, Beads Shoulder, Beads Bandolier, Art Class, Beads Bags, Ojibwe Floral, Floral Bandolier Bags, Native American
I LOVE antique bandoliers....here's a stunning example. Ojibway, circa 1860.
Northern Ojibway Beaded Bandolier Bag with Floral Design ca. 1900 43 H. 14 W. Good Condition with
Another beautiful example of an antique Ojibway bandolier.
Ojibwe : This bag, which has no pocket, is fully beaded with a floral pattern against a white background. Trimmed with thick red polyester fabric, the bag has large black and blue bead dangles with salmon colored yarn tassels. It is lined with cotton calico. Floral Patterns, Ojibway Beadwork, American Indian, Native Pride, Culture Art, Bandolli Bags, Beads, Floral Bandolier Bags, Native American
1900 Plains Ojibway (First Nations) Bandolier bag at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto
744563_orig.jpg (250×600) Metis bandolier bag? Cree? Anishinabe?