Navajo man's shoulder pouch (part a). An envelope of corn pollen was found inside the pouch (part b). The flap of the pouch closes via a leather cord that has a snail shell attached to one end. The flap is decorated with three domed, stamped silver concha buttons in the center. The shoulder strap is lined with 92 silver buttons: 77 are plain domes, 10 are conical and fluted, and 2 are stamped.

  • Catalogue Number: 1997.12.451
  • Culture: Navajo
  • Data Provider: University of Colorado
  • Materials: silver, leather, paper, shell, and corn pollen
  • Measurements: 12.5cm x 11.5cm

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