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Lot 0067D
**Originally Listed At $400**

Native American, Plains Indians, ca. 1940s to 1950s CE. A colorful beaded knife sheath adorned with three zoomorphic, perhaps deer, figures standing in profile, lane-stitched with sinew and glass beads of royal blue on a white ground - with a red and yellow interlaced triangular pattern beneath, the sheath body and fringe trim made of rawhide. A lovely example with an intriguing decorative program. Size: sheath body 10.25" L x 3.375" W at widest (26 cm x 8.6 cm), fringe 4" L (10.2 cm)

Provenance: private Atlanta, GA collection

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#120264

Condition

Loss to strap. Leather a bit worn, some loose beading, but overall very good.

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$300.00

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20th C. Plains Beaded Knife Sheath, Deer Motif

Auction ended on Thu, Mar 1, 2018
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Estimate $600 - $900
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