Pipe bag

Pipe bag

1890, n.d.
Culture
Cheyenne
Country
United States
pipe bag
Leather, beads, corn husk, and feathers
Native Arts acquisition fund
1946.67

Cheyenne artist, Pipe bag, possibly 1890. Leather, beads, corn husk, and feathers; 29 x 6¼ in. Denver Art Museum: Native Arts acquisition fund, 1946.67

Dimensions
width: 6 1/4 in, 15.875 cm; length: 29 in, 73.6600 cm; length: 16 1/4 in, 41.275 cm
Department
Native Arts
Collection
Indigenous Arts of North America
Known Provenance
Purchased 1946 from Fred Wilson's Indian Trading Post, Phoenix, AZ by the Denver Art Museum

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