Antique Sioux Tobacco Pouch
Antique Sioux Tobacco Pouch

Antique Sioux Tobacco Pouch

Antique Sioux Tobacco Pouch

This antique leather pouch comes to us from the Late Reservation Period around the turn of the 20th century. Pouches like this served to hold tobacco for personal use.  Native Americans also made bags like this for the tourist trade.

The crafter created this bag from Braintanned Deerskin Leather. He or she used Sinew to sew it together. Loops of edge beading in Cobalt Blue, Clear Yellow and White Center Red 12/0 Seed Beads surround the edges. You will also see minimal decoration on one side made with the Cobalt Blue beads.

The bag comes with an old collection tag that reads: Sioux pouch near White River, South Dakota.  The tag itself is an antique! The bag is in very good condition for its age.

This Tobacco Pouch measures 6" top to bottom and 4.25" across at the widest point.

Don't miss adding this Antique Sioux Tobacco Pouch to your collection!

One of a Kind!

This item has sold but we have archived it for reference purposes. You may find a similar item available in The Wandering Bull Native American Trading Post. Please click on the links below to see what we have currently in stock.

We are always interested in buying Native American collections and One of a Kind items. For more information please call us 800-430-2855 or email Chris Bullock at chris@wanderingbull.com

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