The lot features an Indian tanned hide beaded tipi bag from the Montana Crow Native American Indians of a contemporary late-1900's age. The piece is constructed of Indian tanned hide with red stroud wool clothe piping and traditional linear gometric pattern found on most examples. The beadwork is all glass trade seed beads in early colors of greasy yellow, Cheyenne pink, royal blue, and medium green. The piece has a tanned leather hide shoulder strap and hide ties straps which are accented by plastic beads. Also can be referred to as a Tipi, teepee, tepee or lodge. Measures 24"L with the strap by 16.5"W.