Lot 14    

Intermontain Beaded Hide Vest
4/21/2011 - ONLINE American Indian & Western Art Timed Auction
thread-sewn and decorated with floral designs of faceted beads; hide coated with yellow pigment; fringe finishes lower hem; german silver buttons; lined with floral pattern cotton, length 16 in. x 38 in.
ca 1900


Condition:  
Front panels of vest have been recycled - can see old design; vest shows signs of wear under armpits; 3 insect casings.
Sold: $293.75
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