Beaded Straight Dance Suit – eBay Find of the Week
LOW PRICE ON THIS VERY NICE HAND CRAFTED 12 PIECE 7 BAND WOOL BROADCLOTH NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BEADED DANCE SET;
This nice 12 piece Native American Indian dance set features a very wide leather beaded belt, a set of ribbonwork design 7 band wool broadcloth beaded leggings, a ribbonwork design 7 band wool broadcloth breechclout beaded set, beaded otter fur dance stick with cut beaded cross pendant, two long beaded streamer pieces, two shorter beaded streamer pieces,large ribbonwork design 7 band wool broadcloth wrap, and a long beaded 2 rosette otter hide drag piece. The beaded pieces are beaded with small 3 cut and round beads and feature horsehair tassels. The pieces are made with 7 band wool broadcloth material. This set was made by Richard Eaves; Tribe: Cheyenne.
This dance set is in great condition. This beautiful Indian dance set is a great deal at its low price.
DIMENSIONS: THE BELT IS 6″ WIDE AND IS 41 to 44″ LONG WITH TWO BUCKLES AND STRAPS.
THE FULL LENGTH LEGGINGS HAVE A 33″ INSEAM, 29″ AT THE BOTTOM, AND 32″ INSIDE AT THE TOP.
THE BREECHCLOUT PIECES ARE 12 1/2″ WIDE WITH A 66″ LONG PIECE AND A 53″ LONG PIECE.
THE SHORTER BEADED SPLIT STREAMER PIECES ARE 2 1/2″ WIDE AND 14″ LONG.
THE LONGER BEADED SPLIT STREAMER PIECES ARE 2″ WIDE AND 29″ LONG
THE STICK IS 15″ LONG WITH A 3″ CUT BEADED CROSS PENDANT.
THE DRAG PIECE IS 66″ LONG AND 5 5/8″ WIDE.
THE BEADED WRAP IS 72″ BY 58″.
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