Southern Ute traditional Parfleche by artist Austin Box.
Signed and dated. Colored by hand, with hide tassels. Made by tribal elder and artist Austin Box, a traditional Native American rawhide container with hair removed, dried by stretching on a frame. Historically used as traditional regalia, as well as to contain maps, and hold social, spiritual, and symbolic meaning.
Artist: Austin Box
Dimensions: 3.75"H x 2.75"W
Country of Origin: United States
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