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Outstanding CHIPPEWA Beaded Cloth Bandolier Bag - NR
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19th Century Native American Bandolier Beaded Bag, Great Lakes, circa 1890
19th Century Native American Bandolier Beaded Bag, Great Lakes, circa 1890 | From a unique collection of antique and modern native american objects at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/folk-art/native-american-objects/
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
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35 Cool Headboard Ideas To Improve Your Bedroom Design. Guest room
Yellow bedroom. the painting headboard is perfect. Definitely might do this as an guest bedroom idea.
Colorful Home Decor Ideas | Just Imagine - Daily Dose of Creativity. Color dominance is when one color is dominant in a scene; one color stands out from all the rest. A color can create a theme or add brightest, like this yellow room.
Great colors! 35 Cool Headboard Ideas To Improve Your Bedroom Design
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Native American Beadwork, by Maia C. 1860 ca Artist was of the Iowa (Mesquakie) tribe. This is made of nettle twine, trimmed in wool, beads and deerhide. Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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.