Iroquoian corn husk doll – CAYUGA

  • Reference: EDNA1076
  • Origin: Ontario, Canada
  • Period: Circa 1990-2000
  • Height: 30,5 cm
  • Materials: Corn husk, cotton cloth, velvet, ribbon, deer skin, feathers, metal brooch, metal beads and glass beads, wood, wool.
  • Price: 150€

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Description

This doll represents a Clan Chief with wampum in his hands.

He bears the traditional iroquoian “Gastowé” headdress and carries the medicinal plants bag across his shoulder.

Floral pattern embellishments on his loincloth.

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