AN INTERESTING APACHE BEADED HAIRPIECE, CIRCA 1900. Constructed from two pear shaped hide parcels with typical Apache beading on border and the field decorated with a profusion of flat brass buttons displaying remnants of red trade cloth. Verso with hide attachment tie. Overall length 8 inches.
Sold on behalf of the Washington, Iowa Public Library to whom the offered lot along with a collection of other similar Native American items offered on this auction was donated in 1964 to the library by Mrs. Emily Powis Simpson-Atmore (1882-1968). See provenance for lot #1.
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