- Museum number
Beaded strips/waist ornaments, with synthetic leather fringe and leather waist band. Loom-beaded beadwork is white, blue, yellow, orange, and maroon; all sewn onto hide or leather backing, with synthetic fring sewn around the outer edges. The strips are mounted on a leather strap which passes through open ended seams of the tops of each strip. Part of an ensemble of powwow regalia.
- Production date
Length: 70 centimetres (each, including hanging fringe)
Length: 129 centimetres (leather strap)
Width: 9.60 centimetres (each, without fringe)
- On display (G26/dc15)
- Exhibition history
2010 6 Jan-5 Apr, British Museum, Room 91, Warriors of the Plains: 200 years of Native North American honour and ritual
2011 17 Jun-25 Sep, Lotherton Hall, Leeds, Warriors of the Plains
2011 12 Oct-2012 19 Feb, Ulster American Folk Park, Omagh, Warriors of the Plains
2012 22 Sep- 2013 13 Jan, Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter, Warriors of the Plains
2013 25 May-3 Nov, Manchester Museum, Warriors of the Plains
2018 Jul-present, BM Room 26; Gallery of North America, Case: "The American West"
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Part of Dennis Zotigh's powwow dance regalia. Loaned to the Museum for the Warriors of the Plains exhibition in January 2010, and purchased following the end of the exhibition in April 2010.
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: 2009.Loan01.1.a-ab (Loan number in use Jan-May 2010)