Lot 16    

Northeastern Beaded Pouches
4/21/2011 - ONLINE American Indian & Western Art Timed Auction
lot of 2, including a possibly Abnaki pouch beaded with pony trader blue, pink, rose, greasy yellow, rose, and pea green; outer edge beaded with sinew, length 4.25 in. x width 4.25 in.
mid-19th century

AND an Iroquois beaded purse with the typical floral design; sequence interspersed in negative space, length 6.5 in. x width 6 in.
ca 1900


Provenance:  
Descended in the family of Jane Sheal Lausche, wife of Former Ohio Governor Frank J. Lausche (1895-1990)


Condition:  
Light bead loss on first pouch; minor bead loss and some silk loss to second.
Sold: $264.38
Price includes
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