Bandolier Bag, ca. 1875

  • Ojibwa, Native American

Glass beads, silk ribbon, wool cloth, braid and tassels

  • Overall: 39 × 11 inches (99.1 × 27.9 cm)

Museum Purchase, Flint Ink Foundation and Edgar A.V. Jacobsen Acquisition Fund

2006.11

Department

Africa, Oceania & Indigenous Americas

  • Triangles (polygons)
  • Cruciform
  • Lozenges
  • Step pattern
  • Zigzags
  • Foliation (pattern)
  • Geometric patterns
  • Beading (process)
  • Braiding
  • Braid
  • Tassel
  • Tassel
  • Silk (textile)
  • Wool (textile)
  • Cloth
  • Glass
  • Square (geometric figure)
  • Shoulder bag
  • Bandolier bag
  • Minnesota
  • Wisconsin

(Benson Lanford, Ashland, Oregon, or Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA)

Masco Collection (Taylor, Michigan, USA). Richard Pohrt, Jr.

2006-present, purchased by the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)

Ojibwa, Native American, Bandolier Bag, ca. 1875, glass beads, silk ribbon, wool cloth, braid and tassels. Detroit Institute of Arts, Museum Purchase, Flint Ink Foundation and Edgar A.V. Jacobsen Acquisition Fund, 2006.11.