eBay Find of the Week – Plains Beaded Dress

By Paul G on June 20, 2012
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From eBay:

DATE: CIRCA MID OR 2ND HALF 20TH CENTURY.
SIZE: APPROX. SLEEVE END TO END IS 37.5 IN. OVERALL LENGTH IS 46 IN.
CONDITION: VERY GOOD.
COMMENTS: FROM A SANTA FE NM. ESTATE. NO RESERVE.

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Native American Plains Beaded Dress

Native American Plains Beaded Dress

Native American Plains Beaded Dress

Native American Plains Beaded Dress

Native American Plains Beaded Dress

Native American Plains Beaded Dress

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3 Responses to “eBay Find of the Week – Plains Beaded Dress”

  1. lorena hersey says:

    what size & how much ?

  2. TrinneanArcher says:

    That’s a classic vintage beaded dress. The beads of early 90’s are just simple and classy. The dress is simple yet classy. Surely gonna bit for it.

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