Included in the upcoming American Indian Art auction is a Bannock sinew-backed bow with arrows and a Sioux quilled shirt and leggings from the collection of General Herbert Everett Tutherly. Also featured is a Northern Plains pipe tomahawk with a buffalo cutout from the Stanley Slocum Collection.
Presented in this event, offered by Cowan’s Auctions, is a Cheyenne child’s beaded cradleboard. This late 19th-century piece includes a thread-sewn body made of canvas and is fully beaded in red, yellow, blue, pink, and black. The cradleboard’s tanned-hide thongs are strung with larger blue beads. This piece measures 48.5 inches long and 13.5 inches wide.
A Southern Cheyenne woman’s hide dress can also be found. This dress is also from the 19th century and is made of sinew-sewn, softly tanned hide. Blue and white glass beads and red wool decorate the neckline while long, thin fringe falls from the sleeves, bustline, and lower hem. It’s painted in yellow pigment and is 62 inches long. View the entire collection and register to bid at Bidsquare.
# of Lots:328
Price Range:$500 - $30,000.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Cheyenne Child's Beaded Cradleboard|| Estimate: |
|Southern Cheyenne Woman's Hide Dress|| Estimate: |
|Legendary Master Weaver Bessie Manygoats (Dine, ca 1905-1953) Navajo Two Grey Hills Weaving / Rug, From the John Andrews Collection, Native Jackets|| Estimate: |
|Tsimshian Carved Mask, of a Woman|| Estimate: |
|Lakota Painted Muslin Tipi Liner, Collected by General Herbert Everett Tutherly (1848-1921)|| Estimate: |
|Zuni Salimopia Shelow'ona Katsina|| Estimate: |