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|Great Basin and Plateau, Utah, Ute,Wyoming |
Early wonderful boy's shirt, probably Ute. The shirt has beaded strips on the arms and shoulders. A triangular drop with two beaded rondelles is at the front neck and at the back is a quilled rondelle. The hide is soft and thick, and is most likely bighorn sheep hide, draped in its natural skinned shape. Utes were known for superior tanning. It could be Elk, Mule Deer or Mountain Sheep. 50" wide with arms horizontal; 26" long to longest portion of tab. 17" across chest. Comes with a custom wall mount.
|Location of Origin: North America|
|Medium/Materials: Bighorn Sheep Hide, Glass Beads, Metal, Quill|
|Dimensions: 50'' wide with arms horizontal; 26'' long to longest portion of tab. 17'' across chest.|
|Primary Classification: African Artwork, Ethnographic & Tribal Arts : Native American Clothing and Antiques|
|Secondary Classification: Arts of the American West : Other|
|Tertiary Classification: Textile Arts : Native American Clothing|
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