Saturday, February 6, 2010
13 pieces of Menominee/Potawatomi museum quality handmade authentic regelia. Being sold by J. Warrington a member of a Potawatomi tribe. It was given to Mr. Warrington as a gift from a family that adopted his grandmother. He used the regalia set a few times as a jingle dress dancer. Then saved the items for a few years and had it re-made to fit a six years old boy as a grass dancer. The type of stitch is called loomwork. He must now sell the regalia.