Métis Beading & Embroidery
The Métis were known as the Flower Beadwork People.
Métis Beading & Embroidery
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Vintage Metis Beadwork
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vintage Metis Native Indian beadwork Moccasins moose hide
RARE Antique Metis Beadwork Gauntlet, c. 1880's
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RARE Antique Metis Beadwork Gauntlet 19th C Native American Indian 1880's
Morris Thompson Cultural Center in Fairbanks, Alaska, November 2014, beautiful beadwork on moose hide!
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Metis Beadwork Understanding Metis Beadwork - Click the link to access an article explaining some of the common motifs in Métis beadwork, especially its Ojibway influences.
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Metis Beadwork: Understanding Metis Beadwork
2009 Metis Vest from Mousetrap Clothiers - Beading design by Métis artists Christi Belcourt. Black wool with old beads
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MouseTrap Custom Clothiers Beaded Vest January 2009; beading design by Métis artist Christi Belcourt. Black wool vest, lined. Beads are very old.
Cree floral Men's vest
Page of constantly changing designs. Cree floral Men's Beaded vest . ( January 2009). Beading design by Metis artist Christi Belcourt. black wool, lined and a selection of very old beads.
Embroidered Métis panel bag ca 1846, used for carrying personal medicines, tobacco, and flint and steel for making fire. This Métis panel bag was collected in 1846 by Paul Kane. It is believed he acquired it from the Métis in the Red River region in what is now southern Manitoba.
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Bag - Metis Red River - 1846 Source: Unknown
Embroidered Métis panel bag, used for carrying personal medicines, tobacco, and flint and steel for making fire. From the Royal Ontario Museum
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Bag - P. Kane Manitoba 1846 Cree Metis
Panel bag, Cree-Metis Loom-woven panel, beaded wool Length 49 x width 24 cm 1846 Area of Origin: Manitoba, Canada Collected by Paul Kane Daphne Cockwell Gallery of Canada: First Peoples. Royal Ontario Museum
Métis Bead work; beadwork; Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum, Winnipeg
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Métis Bead work; beadwork n.d.; Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum, Winnipeg
The Métis Tie by Forest Edge,Sash colours
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The Métis Tie by Forest Edge,Sash colours n.d.
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Metis artifact display at The Manitoba Museum.
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James Bay Cree Hood 1860-1890 Woold, velvet, glass beads;Infinity of Nations: Art and History in the Collections of the National Museum of the American Indian - George Gustav Heye Center, New York
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James Bay Cree hood 1860–1890 James Bay, Canada Wool, velvet, glass beads 66 x 29 cm Presented by Florence C. Quinby http://nmai.si.edu/exhibitions/infinityofnations/arctic-subarctic/208126.html
James Bay Cree (Native American) hood, 1860–1890, James Bay, Canada.
James Bay Cree Hood -- 1860–1890 -- Canada -- Wool, velvet & glass beads -- National Museum of the American Indian -- Washington, DC
Métis beadwork Octopus bag close up. Louis Riel Institute
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Musée Héritage Museum: June 2012 Fragment of a vest possibly beaded by Victoria Calihoo
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Musée Héritage Museum: June 2012 by Mary Desjarlais Metis beading and embroidery