Beaded Moccasins and Leggings – eBay Find of the Week

By Paul G on January 24, 2013
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From eBay:
This nice used pair of Native American Indian buckskin moccasins feature military designs done with small cut beads, gold colored U.S. Indian Service buttons, and buckskin laces. These moccasins were made by Robert Yellowhorse; Tribe: Kiowa. They are tied with nylon and are made from soft buckskin. This set of moccasins and leggings are in good used condition with some dirt and beadwork damage from use. They have one small hole in the toe(see pictures). The leggings are attached to the moccasins and show dirt as well. The hard soles are in good condition. This beautiful pair of Native American Indian buckskin moccasins are a great deal at their low price.

DIMENSIONS: THE MOCCASINS ARE 9 5/8″ LONG AND ARE 3 5/8″ WIDE AT THE WIDEST PART OF THE SOLES. ACCORDING TO A CHART WE HAVE THEY ARE SIZE 8 WOMENS OR A MENS SIZE 7. THE LEGGINGS ARE 14″ LONG AND 16″ AT THE TOP(ADJUSTABLE)

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