eBay Find of the Week – Beaded Fan

By Paul G on March 7, 2012
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UP FOR AUCTION IS A NATIVE AMERICAN BEADED 24″ 12 FEATHER PRAYER FAN. THE COMPLETE LENGTH WITH THE TASSELS IS 32″. THE BEADED HANDLE IS DETACHABLE AND HAS VERY TIGHT BEADING

ITEM WAS MADE ON THE ROCKY BOYS RESERVATION BY WALTER WOLFCHIEF A REGISTERED MEMBER OF THE CHIPPEWA CREE TRIBE IN NORTH CENTRAL MONTANA.

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5 Responses to “eBay Find of the Week – Beaded Fan”

  1. Bettye Mull says:

    beautiful.

  2. Bettye Mull says:

    beautiful.nice beadwork, would be nice for pow wow dancing

  3. Wow!!! says:

    This is absolutely charming

  4. Jane roberts says:

    Such great ideas, thanks so much…

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