Wyoming State Museum
North America, Great Plains
A pair of Sioux woman's moccasins. The moccasins are constructed from tanned, one-piece elk hide with an upper attached tongue and thong tied. The moccasins have a white, double beaded border. The top strip contains yellow and blue facing triangles. The lower strip contains blue and green triangles. The vamp has a green ground with three rows of stepped boxes in white and red, yellow and blue and red and white. 4 in. (h) x 9.5 in. (l) x 3.5 in. (w).
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