eBay Find of the Week – Native American Flower Beaded Belt
This very nice handmade Native American Indian belt features Native American Indian flower design beadwork done with small round beads with a sliding beaded buckle. The belt is made from leather with a canvas backing and double laces closure. The buckles slides over the closure to hide it. This belt was made by Tara Elkshoulder; Tribe: Cheyenne. The belt is in great shape with no damage. This belt is a great deal at its low price.
DIMENSIONS: THE BELT IS 3 1/4″ WIDE. THE BELT IS 29″ LONG. THE BEADWORK ON THE BELT IS 27″ LONG. THE BUCKLE IS 4 3/8″ TALL AND 4 3/8″ WIDE.
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