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OLD OTTER HIDE BEADED FOUR SILVER CROSSES BROADCLOTH NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN DRAG – eBay Find of the Week

Posted By PowWow Articles August 12th, 2015 Last Updated on: August 12th, 2015

NICE OLD HAND CRAFTED LONG WIDE AUTHENTIC OTTER HIDE BEADED EDGES 7 BAND WOOL BROADCLOTH NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN DRAG PIECE WITH FOUR LARGE SIGNED GERMAN SILVER CROSSES AND 2 CONCHOS

This is a nice old vintage homemade long and wide authentic otter hide Native American Indian drag piece. The drag features authentic otter hide, beaded ribbon edges, two german silver conchos, four large signed german silver crosses, round mirror accents, and a 7 band wool broadcloth backing. The drag was made by J.Yellowfish; Tribe:Cheyenne. The crosses were made by and stamped Henry Bushyhead: Tribe: in 1991. This old drag is in fair used condition with some dirt and beadwork damage. There is some damage the otter hide at the bottom(about 13″ long). Some of the round mirror accents are missing.

BEADS: SMALL ROUND BEADS

DIMENSIONS: THE DRAG IS 60″ LONG AND IS 6″ WIDE. THE CROSSES ARE 6″ LONG AND 4″ WIDE.

CONDITION: SEE DESCRIPTION

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