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Fully Beaded Lattice Cradle (pajop), late 19th c. Kiowa peoples, Southern Plains, Oklahoma Glass beads, tanned deer skin, canvas, cotton cloth, wood, German silver tacks, raw-hide, pigment, 43.75 x 13.75 x 10.25 inches courtesy U of Virginia Art Museum
Kiowa Three-Hide Dress Modern Kiowa three hide dress and high top moccasins, Comanche crown and other accessories. 1994, Oklahoma. Dress made of hide, seed beads, ribbon, cotton, rawhide and thread. This dress was made for the owner's wedding when she married a Kiowa man. It was made by his mother following traditional Kiowa way with patterns handed down from her grandmother. This follows a plains tradition of dressing their new relative in clothing representative of their family.