The lot features a fantastic set of fully top and bottom beaded ceremonial moccasins from the Northern Cheyenne Native American Indians of the circa 1890’s. The set shows an Indian tanned hide construction which is covered on all sides, top bottom and sides, with glass trade seed beads in a geometric patriotic pattern. The beadwork is all sinew sewn and shows all period correct beads showing a chalk white background with patriotic US flags running down the tops with red and white stripes with the cobalt and white stars which is accented by the sky padre blue and greasy yellow border along with a striped red and greasy yellow and light blue outside edge. The ankle shows a fancy beaded red border. The base of the moccasins are also fully beaded with a similar patriotic US red white and blue flag and a border of sky padre blue and greasy yellow. The set shows the original tongue and tie straps and has a nice yellow color from the ocher dye. The set is in pristine condition for its age with little to no bead loss and supple hide. Each measures 8.5”L by 3.25”W by 2.75”H.