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Lot 249, Auction 5/30/2017: Early 20th C. Plains Indian Beaded Child Moccasins

Native American, Plains Indians, probably the Dakotas, ca. 1930s to 1950s CE. A sweet pair of beaded moccasins made for a toddler, lane-stitched with sinew and glass beads, each decorated with red and blue tipi motifs upon a white ground encircling the foot and a large blue, yellow, red, and green chevron across the vamp, also with a white ground, both with rawhide soles, upper instep, tongue, and laces. Size: soles measure 4.25" L x 2" W at widest (10.8 cm x 5.1 cm)

Condition: Leather a bit worn, but beading remains quite excellent.

Provenance: private Vaught collection, Atlanta, Georgia USA

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