American Indian beadwork is exemplified in Bandolier
bags, Indian pipe bags, moccasins, war shirts,
belts and other clothing apparatus, with some
of the finest examples being from the Sioux Indians.
Native American beadwork is almost entirely for
decorative or aesthetic purposes. Over a century
of refining and perfecting this beautiful and
colorful art form presents to us the intricate
beadwork creations which we see today in museums
and books. A simple buckskin item is transformed
into a true work of art and beauty with the addition
of a beadwork design.
search for links about Native American Indian
beadwork has uncovered some exquisite examples
of many Indian beaded works including a very nice
exhibit from the Oneida Indian Nation and a collection
of images of bandolier bags. History, beading
methods, including Wampum style, and examples
from different tribes of Native American Indians
can be found within our links.
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