Item Number: FCQUIV812
Materials: Skin, wool, iron, buckskin, feathers, cloth.
Description: A mountain lion skin was used to make the bowcase, quiver, and shoulder strap. The tail of the animal hangs from the mouth of the quiver. A wooden rod stay is wrapped in blue cloth on the side of the quiver and tied with buckskin straps. Fifteen matching arrows with iron points and a sinew wrapped bow make up the enclosed weapons. Fringe hangs from the bottom of the quiver and bowcase.
Dimensions: Quiver length 24 inches bowcase length 41 inches
Hanson, James A., Spirits in the Arts: From the Plains and Soutwest Indian Cultures, The Lowell Press, Kansas City, 1994, pp 184
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