1830’s style central plains side seam moccasins


Reproduction of central plains side seam moccasins from the 1830s. It’s design is based on one extant pair from Náprstek museum in Prague. It’s tribal affiliation is uncelar, but they most likely come from central plains. Length: 28 cm (11″).


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