Apache-Style Offering Bag Reproduction
HK Item #LMC170

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Native American Indian Buckskin Medicine Bag

Oil tanned steerhide with split deerskin fringe
8" from top of bag to end of fringe
13" total width including fringe
Functional size of bag 3" wide x 3 1/2" tall
24" total length
Earth and acrylic pigments;
Flap and tie closure;
Brass beads and aquamarine glass trade beads

 Leather has variations that some may call imperfections but we think of as character.

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Apache-Style Offering Bag
"Kachina" - #LMC170

$75 plus s/h

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Paula says - "This bag is a reproduction of an Apache-style bag. Great style and the work shows great attention to detail."

Native American Indian Buckskin Medicine Bag

One inch long rystal pendant.

Native American Indian Buckskin Medicine Bag

What is a Kachina?

A kachina is one of many supernatural beings who play a role in the religious beliefs and rituals of Pueblo Indian peoples. A kachina is also a masked dancer believed to embody a particular spirit during a religious ceremony. Also, a kachina is a carved doll in the costume of a particular spirit.

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