Pair of Plains Beaded and Quilled Hide Moccasins, fourth quarter 19th century, with three lanes of white beads wrapping each moccasin, up the heel and across the top of the tongue, dyed quill crosses decorate the sides, quillwork covers the vamps, the tongue is comprised of quill-wrapped parfleche slats that terminate in feather-stuffed tin cones, lg. 10 in.
Provenance: Private collection, Long Island, New York; Estate of Thomas W. Lorimer.
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