Sioux

Sioux Double-Sided Leather Beaded Pipe Bag with Quillwork c. 1890-1900s, 28" x 7" (DW92346A-0421-002)

$890.00
Product
DW92346A-0421-002

Additional Information

  • Circa: 1890-1900s
  • Size: 28'' x 7''
This bag is in fair to good condition. The beadwork is nicely intact with no bead loss. The leather is sinew sewn; it is soft with some wear, as well as slight curling and stiffness to the tassels, and there is wear and breakage to the quillwork. Acquired from a private collection in Washington. The owner inherited this item from his grandfather, Fred Rosenstock, who was an important art and book dealer from the 1920s to the 1970s. He owned the Denver Book Shop. The owner has authorized us to lower the price from $1,125 to $890. This is a wonderful collecting opportunity.

Sioux Leather Beaded Pipe Bag with Quillwork c. 1890-1900s, 28" x 7" (DW92346A-0421-002)
Sioux Leather Beaded Pipe Bag with Quillwork c. 1890-1900s, 28" x 7" (DW92346A-0421-002) Sioux Leather Beaded Pipe Bag with Quillwork c. 1890-1900s, 28" x 7" (DW92346A-0421-002)
Sioux Leather Beaded Pipe Bag with Quillwork c. 1890-1900s, 28" x 7" (DW92346A-0421-002) 1
Sioux Leather Beaded Pipe Bag with Quillwork c. 1890-1900s, 28" x 7" (DW92346A-0421-002) 2
Sioux Leather Beaded Pipe Bag with Quillwork c. 1890-1900s, 28" x 7" (DW92346A-0421-002) 3
Sioux Leather Beaded Pipe Bag with Quillwork c. 1890-1900s, 28" x 7" (DW92346A-0421-002) 4
Sioux Leather Beaded Pipe Bag with Quillwork c. 1890-1900s, 28" x 7" (DW92346A-0421-002) 5
Sioux Leather Beaded Pipe Bag with Quillwork c. 1890-1900s, 28" x 7" (DW92346A-0421-002) 6
Sioux Leather Beaded Pipe Bag with Quillwork c. 1890-1900s, 28" x 7" (DW92346A-0421-002) 7
Sioux Leather Beaded Pipe Bag with Quillwork c. 1890-1900s, 28" x 7" (DW92346A-0421-002) 8
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