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    A LAKOTA BEADED AND FRINGED HIDE CHILD'S SHIRT composed of hide, glass beads, and sinew. Length with fringe 20 in.

    Cape, Artist Unknown (Anishinaabe (Ojibwe)) (Compare to the geometric art of the Dakota)

    Brazil | Necklace made from Macaw feathers, with an integrated whistle made from the bone of a Harpy Eagle. | Urubu-Ka'apor people, Rio Gurupi, Maranhao state | First half of the 20th century |

    Wendat (Huron) leggings ca. 1830 Ontario, Canada Wool, leather, silk, quill, moose hair, metal, horse hair, cotton thread

    Vest by unforth, via Flickr Maliseet people New Brunswick or Nova Scotia, Canada c. 1930 Wool cloth, glass beads Item number: 18/6978

    Cap Mi’qmak, late 19th century The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Assiniboine Beaded Hide Leggings - Cowan's Auctions

    Man's leggings: possibly Oto or Kaw (attributed); collected from the Osage : Date created: circa 1900 Place: Oklahoma; USA Media/Materials: Hide, glass bead/beads, metal tacks/bosses, pigment/pigments, cotton thread Techniques: Sewn, overlay beadwork, painte

    Bear Dreams "1999-2000" Deborah Magee (Na-too-aki/Sacred Woman/Deborah Magee Sherer), Pikuni (Piegan) Blackfeet Nation, Browning, Montana

    Blackfeet Beaded and Fringed Man's Vest

    Mesquakie/Fox Beaded Hide Leggings : Lot 768

    Siberian Yupik Man's raincoat, ca. 1920. Bering Straits, Alaska. Sea mammal gut/intestines, crested auklet scalps with beaks, cotton cloth, fur

    A Sioux boy's beaded hide vest, circa 1900, sinew sewn and lane-stitched in various shades of opaque and translucent beads, each side with intricate geometric motifs.

    Comanche Leggings | | Cayuse Western Americana

    Pair of Plains beaded Hide Trousers, c.1890.

    K'wa Ponchito, Aymara People, Bolivia 18-19c

    Loom-beaded bandolier bag, possibly Menominee or Potawatomi, Great Lakes region, late nineteenth century.

    Allard Auctions - Auctions - The Best of Santa Fe

    Sac and Fox Reservation (Mesquakie Indian Settlement); Tama County; Iowa; USA | Grizzly bear claws, otter fur, glass bead, silk ribbon and thread necklace from the Meskwaki (Fox) people. ca. 1860.

    Man's coat, c. 1840 Delaware or Shawnee Hide, glass beads, cotton thread, iron, cotton fabric

    Late 19th century Athapaskan (First Nations) Man's outfit at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto - From the curators' comments: "This type of summer outfit with pointed-hem tunic and moccasin-trousers had a wide distribution in the northern Athapaskan region including Alaska, Yukon, and the Northwest Territories. Embellished with seeds, porcupine quill embroidery and glass beads, richly decorated clothing reflected a man's wealth."

    Pair of Osage men's beaded leggings, each side beaded in varied colors and patterns, worked on trade blanket material, old repair to one knee, a few very small holes, minor bead loss, light spotting, 25"l x 10"w Provenance: From the estate of Archaeologist Ann Irwin

    Plateau beaded vest. Date: Early 1900s

    Man's parka, Inupiaq (Alaskan Inupiat Eskimo), circa 1900, Caribou hide/skin, fox skin/fur, wolf skin/fur, wool cloth, sinew. Sewn, pieced, appliquéd

    Cree floral Men's vest