A Native American Plains Indian Arapaho Woman’s Beaded Awl Case
A Native American Plains Indian Arapaho Woman’s Beaded Awl Case

A Native American Plains Indian Arapaho Woman’s Beaded Awl Case

1800 to 1900 North American

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A Native American Plains Indian Arapaho Woman’s Beaded Awl Case
Hide, glass seed beads, cotton thread
Circa 1880 – 1890

Size: 19 cm long – 7½ ins long

The Plains Indians were nomadic equestrian hunters and life on the move prohibited heavy possessions. Most things were stored and kept in light-weight waterproof and durable skin containers. The hides were readily available from the numerous animals hunted for food and were decorated by incising, scraping, painting, quilling and beading and the awl was a necessity to piece and prick holes in the hide.
Dimensions
Height 19.00 cm (7.48 inches)
Medium
Hide, glass seed beads, cotton thread
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