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Object Name Bandolier
Other Name Apron
Object Number 1914.297.1
Collection Rutherford B. Hayes
Description front panel with strap; front panel and strap beaded with a white background and geometric designs in green, light blue, pink, yellow, red, brown and gold; bottom of panel has twelve beaded strips approximately 1/2" wide with a green and red yarn tassel at the bottom of each; back of panel is red felt; back of strap is a printed (leaf design) heavy brown poplin-like cloth; opening on front of panel with no flap.
Dimensions W-10.551 L-36.614 inches
Material animal hide; beads;cloth
Made Woodland Indians
Provenance The bandolier was made to be worn over the shoulder and draped diagonally across the chest. According to Brian Jensen, a private collector, this one is made in the traditional Great lakes style (Woodland Indians).
Search Terms American Indian
Woodland Indians