Crow Prairie Chicken Snare Saddle american indian saddles, crow, horse gear
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Crow prairie chicken snare saddle

Item Number: H235

Circa 1870s - purchased from a Nez Perce family on the reservation. 16" long, 9" high, 8" fringe/flaps. This type of saddle was popular with the Crow and Blackfeet, who gave them the name "prairie chicken snare." Elk antlers in a round shape form the pommel, and cantle are attached to side pieces covered with sinew-sewn rawhide. This piece includes the original buffalo rawhide.

PERIOD: Last quarter 19th century


SIZE: 16" long; 9" high; 8" fringe/flaps

PRICE $ 7,500

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