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Eastern Plains/Prairie Saddle


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Mid 19th Century rawhide saddle over wood. From the size it was for a woman or youth. A peg on the front was used for many things - a cradleboard, quirt, rope, but also to suspend the sling seat which went front to back. There's a slit on the back side where a wooden peg was inserted to hold the back end of the sling. The corner ties of brain tanned buffalo remain. Patina to spare.

PERIOD: Mid 19th Century

ORIGIN: Great Plains - Unknown, Native American

SIZE: 16" x 11" x 12"H

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