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Pair of Moccasins (image 1) | Kiowa | Native-tanned skin, dye, glass | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2011.154.109a, b

Pair of Moccasins Date: late or early century Geography: United States, Oklahoma Culture: Kiowa Medium: Native-tanned skin, dye, glass Dimensions: W.

American Indian Art:Beadwork and Quillwork, A PAIR OF KIOWA BEADED HIDE BOOT MOCCASINS. c. 1880... (Total: 2Items)

American Indian Art:Beadwork and Quillwork, A PAIR OF KIOWA BEADED HIDE BOOT MOCCASINS. c. 1880... (Total: 2Items)

Southwest, Kiowa Painted and Fringed Moccasins, circa 1885. This pair features native tanned and painted deerskin uppers with rawhide soles. The moccasins are characterized by hide fringe extending along the outer side of the vamps, long heel fringe, short bifurcated tongues, and rectangular shaped cuffs. They are painted a deep green overall, the vamp and heel fringe done in dark blue.

Kiowa Painted and Fringed Moccasins Circa 1885 Length 10 in. This pair features native tanned and painted deerskin.

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