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Northern Plains Bandolier


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Northern Plains dew claw bandolier. Harness leather strap strung with dozens of deer hoof claws and glass trade beads. Deer toes are natural rattles, the hollow hooves make a pleasant jangling sound, and are often used for dancing costumes, hand rattles, and other adornments. This leather strap was worn by a dancer like a bandolier or sash, draped over the shoulder and spanning across the chest, resting at the dancer's hip. Ex. Private Cripple Creek Collection

PERIOD: Late 19th Century

ORIGIN: Great Plains - Northern Plains, Native American

SIZE: 70"L; hooves 1 1/2"L x 3/4"W

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