Green Corn Bandolier Bag
This is a gorgeous Cherokee bandolier bag created and hand sewn by Pamm Martin of the Cherokee Tribe in Oklahoma. She is also an award winning bead artist.
This bag she calls "The Cherokee Green Corn Dance". It measures 9.5" x 10" with the width of each strap, 3.5" wide and 25" from shoulder center to top of bag.
It's a one of a kind treasure for any collection.
Pam has used green velvet fabric, with green check cotton fabric and yellow ribbon, edged with real vintage (from late 1800's to 1920's) French white-heart orange seed beads, and green acrylic yarn to imitate corn shuck fibers.
Two different sized beads are used for the bulging corn kernals on each stalk. Very ingenious.
$550 [Sale Price]
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