Collection: Fenn

Item Number: FCDOL1808

Category: Doll

Region: Southwest

Tribe: Apache - Western

Period: 1875-1900

Materials: Wood, cloth, glass beads, tin cones, buckskin.

Description: The headless doll is made of a stick that branches at her chest and runs down her body to form the feet, which are covered with leather high-top boots with turned-up toes. She wears a black cloth petticoat and her legs are covered with black cloth. The two piece dress is trimmed with buckskin fringe and beaded lines front and back. The cross necklace is beaded at the top of the dress.

Dimensions: Height 18 inches width 6 inches


Hanson, James A., Spirits in the Arts: From the Plains and Soutwest Indian Cultures, The Lowell Press, Kansas City, 1994, pp 210

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