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"Anybody who fishes a beaded spoon is fishing some variation of a lift-fall cadence punctuated with a series of quivers or solitary shakes once the lure falls back into place," he says.
The largest of the surrounding ones are, again, framed with a gold metal beaded rim.
To keep their kangas (cloth wrapped around the body like a sarong) in place, men wear a beaded leather belt.
Silver beaded lace dress, pounds 100, French Connection (0171 399 7200); silver beaded crochet top, style no.
Beaded dress, PS45, Dorothy Perkins; tassel earrings, PS6, Freedom @ Topshop; large beaded cuff, from a selection at Pebble London; beaded bangles, as before; multicoloured printed wedges, PS60, Blowfish @ Office
Caption: Beaded maniple, probably Maliseet, circa 1860.
$3360 Kiowa Beaded Hide Moccasins, Collected by Lawrie (1822-1900), Fort Sill, Indian Territory.
$677 Northern Plains Beaded Hide Moccasins lot of 4, includes a sinew-sewn pair of Sioux moccasins beaded partially on buffalo in colors of medium blue, black, red white-heart, and white, length 9.25 in.; PLUS a pair of Cree moccasins with floral designs on vamps, length 9.75 in.; PLUS a Sioux pair of beaded and quilled moccasins, quillwork is missing, length 9 in.; AND a pair with canvas uppers and remnants of a quilled Morning Star on vamps, length 9.5 in., late 19th century.
S$5700 Sioux Beaded Hide Possible Bags, Matched Pair, Deaccessioned from the Clark County Historical Society.
Kiowa Beaded Leather and Hide Strike-a-Light Bag, c.
$1920 Sioux Beaded and Quilled Tobacco Bag from the William H.
The doll's leggings are typical Blackfeet, the design consisting of beaded stripes on buckskin, with red cloth upper section, all held with buckskin ties.
Capes, fully beaded, partially beaded and cloth have come and gone from favor for nearly all dance styles over the last several decades.
A more recent version of this kind of hat is the beaded "basket" hat made of thread sewn beadwork on a canvas foundation.
Beaded discs are variously referred to as medallions, rosettes, and roundels.