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Native American Antiques199 of 737 Snake headband, buckle, and stick made by Mexican/Indian Mui Malo Bad Hombre from Folsom Prison.PRIMITIVE PAINTED DEER VASE
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Posted 1 year ago

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valentino97
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I think these (first 3 pix) are tourist items because they had old pricetags for $1.90. Yes I paid more than that. I found the necklaces at a junk store in St. George, Utah. The lovely UTU was found in Iowa.

In the 1920's loomed necklaces were popular - buy the kit w/beads and instructions. Some wonderful examples can be found and I can never afford them! So the 2 "tourist" necklaces were a find. My favorite is the pink, navy and green - sorry my pictures aren't great. It is so pretty - I would never have considered that color combination but of course it gets the most comments.

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  1. valentino97 valentino97, 1 year ago
    Thank you all for the love - I'm feeling strong love for Native American beading (Always!!) after watching the Edward Curtis documentary on Netflix tonight....

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