Native Style Handmade Deerskin Hide Painting CAYUSE INDIAN Pony Rider 40″ x 40″. Interested in more than one item? The Cayuse Hide Painting on deer skin is a work of art with timeless appeal. Way back Hides were painted by Indians to depict important events in their lives. This hide tells a story of a Brave riding his pony as he escorts 2 more ponies on a path to their destination. Sheep wool and beaded tassels are wrapped on a cedar stick, with a hide folded over the stick. Antiqued metal studs and a zig zag painted design line the edge of the flap. Beaded medallions and tassels accent painted hoof prints on the lower border, lead to a starburst design. Stick measures approximately 56and the hide approximately 40x 40. Shown in smoke deer skin. Check out our CAYUSE OTTOMANS 2 of them are pictured below and go great with this Hide Painting! The Cayuse tribe lived on the Columbia Plateau in what is now southeast Washington and northeast Oregon, along the tributaries of the salmon-rich Columbia River. In addition to fish, their main food sources were deer, small game, and roots and berries. Like the Palouse and the Nez Perce, the Cayuse were famous horse breeders and horse traders. A small breed of horse, the Cayuse, is named after this band of Indians. On their way down the Columbia River in October 1805, the Corps stopped at the confluence of the Columbia and Snake Rivers to rest and repair broken equipment. Several tribes gathered to visit with the expedition members and it is likely the Cayuse were among them. In their journals, Lewis and Clark noted the architecture of the Indians’ lodgings. Woven mats over long poles formed oval-shaped homes up to 80 feet (25 meters) long. When the nomadic Cayuse would move, following their migratory food sources, they would pack up the mats but leave the poles behind. It was easier to make new poles when they got to their new destination than to haul the long, awkward lengths of wood. By 1855 the Cayuse were settled with the Umatilla and Walla Walla on the Umatilla Reservation near Pendleton, Oregon. In 1990 they were among the smallest tribes in the United States, numbering a mere 126 members. Thanks for looking and be sure to check out my store for more selections of authentic Native American jewelry and artifacts! If you like our products, please add me to your. List or consider subscribing to our. For updates on newly listed items, sales and special promotions! We would be happy to consider reasonable offers. If you want to add to your collection, take a look at our Handmade Native-American-Artifacts. Category where we have a wide selection of authentic pieces to choose from. WHAT A GREAT GIFT IDEA FOR THE WESTERN/SOUTHWESTERN COLLECTOR! IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ. We aim for five star service and want you to be happy – period. International Buyers are willkommen, bienvenue, ???? We fell in love with Native American jewelry many years ago and really appreciate the true craftsmanship that goes into the making of a piece of genuine Native American jewelry art! That is why we chose to partner up with some of the oldest and most reputable Trading Posts in the Southwest who deal directly with the Native American artisans to bring you a large selection of authentic Native American products. These artisans come from the Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and affiliate tribes on the reservations all of which our close to our home and office, so you can be assured that all our Native American products are authentic! Most of our items are One-of-a-Kind and subject to availability. We try to keep our listings up to date, but may occasionally miss one. In some cases, we can have one custom made with a two week lead time. If you like our products, please add me to your FAVORITES list. This is very important to Both of us. It lets us know that you have received your item and are happy with it. As soon as we get feedback, it leaves you feedback in return. We are always adding new items. The item “Native Style Handmade Deerskin Hide Painting CAYUSE INDIAN Pony Rider 40 x 40″ is in sale since Tuesday, January 31, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Western Americana\Other Western Americana”. The seller is “elkcreektradingllc” and is located in Kykotsmovi Village, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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