quiver; arrows; stick

Arrow quiver and six arrows, quiver made of hide with traces of fur left on; tubular in shape with fringe at bottom; band of bead embroidery around bottom and top; beads of size 1/32" to 1/16" and are of purple, white, green; motif is geometric, strip of red cloth sewn down side; V-shaped flap hangs from opening and is also beaded, mainly with white beads. Quiver contains a stick decorated at one end with green and yellow beads and yellow hair feathers and points bound to arrow with sinew.

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