1860’s style central plains child mocassins


Child two piece moccassins reproduction. This pair is one of the smallest to be found among the extant originals and did not actually serve as footwear for a child, but rather as an amulet or gift. The moccasins have rawhide soles, just like their adult counterparts. Length: 8 cm (3,14″).


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