Auth Native American Indian Cut Beaded Key Chain Leather Fringe Tavaepont Ute – eBay find of the week


Posted By PowWow Articles August 23rd, 2017 Blog


Auth Native American Indian Cut Beaded Key Chain Leather Fringe Tavaepont Ute

Fantastic one of a kind key ring from my personal collection.  Beaded in the late 70's or early 80's by Marie Taveapont (Now deceased).   Marie was a Northern Ute.  Native American Indian handbeaded key chain in beautiful tiny glass size 13 Czech cut beads in a myriad of colors.  Has a unique design on each side of the center with a chevron design on each end.  A colorful line design in the center.  Gorgeous beadwork.  The main beaded portion is 2 7/8″ long.  The white leather is tightly braided from the bottom of the main portion to a smaller (1/2″ long) beaded portion encircling the leather.  Long perfect intricately twisted white leather fringes continue to the bottom.  The entire key ring measures 10 1/4″ long not counting the key ring.  The colorful design is repeated all around the key ring.  Complete with a key ring measuring 7/8″ in diameter.  This stitch is called a peyote stitch and is used to bead anything that is barrel shaped.  Marie was a premier beader.  Beading with this tiny bead takes a great deal of time and skill. 

 We have been dealing in Native American Indian Arts & Crafts for 30 years. We have now retired and are in the process of selling our personal collection and extensive inventory of authentic handmade jewelry, northern tribes beadwork, baskets, rugs and miscellaneous items. We will be listing each week, so please add us to your favorites page.

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2 thoughts on “Auth Native American Indian Cut Beaded Key Chain Leather Fringe Tavaepont Ute – eBay find of the week

  1. This bead work looks very nice. But I know I can’t do this. The beads are too small.
    I tried a few times. But I can’t. I have to use pony beads. The holes are bigger. And easier to work with.
    I’ve made many projects with pony beads.

  2. Linda Gray says:

    Just beautiful… but I find most American Indian things are above any expections !!

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