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A remarkable pair of child/toddler moccasins created between 1940 -1949. Constructed of native tanned deer hide and partially beaded in red, yellow, green, white and blue trade beads. A stylized cross adorns each vamp. The Cheyenne migrated with the buffalo herds and their territory encompassed much of the Great Plains of the United States including present day Minnesota, Montana, Oklahoma and parts of Colorado, Wyoming and South Dakota.
Creator: Native American Artist.
Provenance: Family Inheritance in the Cheyenne (Wyoming) area.
Date of manufacture: Possibly around 1945.
Condition: very good for age. Wear consistent with age and use. Minor structural damages. Some roughness and slight soiling. price adjusted accordingly.
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Beaded Native American Child's Moccasins Shoes
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