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Plains Indian Dolls

Plains Indian Dolls
Late 19th century Plains Indian Dolls. Bodies are hand made of stuffed muslin cloth, with hide for head, hands and feet. Hand stitched with cotton cord; faces are hand painted. Man is wearing faded red cotton shirt, white leggings, beaded moccasins and sash of braided yarn; cotton string hair, measures 11” high. Woman is wearing dark plains style dress with beadwork, red leggings, beaded moccasins and waist sash of braided yarn, and a hide and beadwork choker. Woman measures 10¾”. Provenance: Puchased 1993 from Will Channing.
Plains Indian Dolls $3500.00  per piece

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