- Accepts Etsy gift cards
A creation from Oglala Sioux Enrolled Tribal Member, Diane Tells His Name. Diane has dolls in exhibits, museums and galleries. Among other credits, Diane has been selected to be a judge at the juried art show at the Annual Indian Fair at the Museum of Man, Balboa Park in past years; has dolls in the Autry Collection (Los Angeles), the May Collection (San Diego) and is has a doll recently accessioned into the National Mus. of American Indian (Smithsonian) .
Commissioned by the Autry Western Museum in Griffith Park Los Angeles for their Fur Trading in the 1800's Exhibit, this doll's original and one titled "Fur Traders Granddaughter" (which is now in the Smithsonian) were featured in the exhibit.
This is a replica of the Hudson Bay Red Doll.
Hudson Bay Red's dress is red felt with black satinette ribbon, Her hair drops are genuine ermine tail . Her "mox" are glass beads and her leggins are felt. Earrings are buffalo head "nickle" buttons. Cowrie shells are on front and back. She is 11" tall with approx 7" armspan.
Signed by me on her upper left thigh and come with a Card of Authenticity.
Please allow at least a week for her creation, thank you.
PayPal accepted, as well as checks or money orders.
Doll shipped in large, padded envelope at cost of approx. $4.00 stateside, $10.00 worldwide and Canada.
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because these dolls are made to order, accurate description is provided and questions throughly answered before your order is placed, there are no refunds. Thank you for your understanding.
Wholesale is available for gift shops, museum shops etc.
Please contact me for quantity pricing.
Dolls will last for many years with care. Yearly or so use a soft makeup brush to dust doll off. Any stray horse tail hair can be easily tucked back into place using needle nose pliers . Spots and dirt can be removed using mild dishsoap and water , dapping spot with light pressure and swirling motion using small ,soft paint brush. The lighter suede can be cleaned with white baby powder using a small brush also.
If your doll includes a feather and it deteriorates , I will replace it anytime. Just email me!
Yes, I am an enrolled Oglala Lakota Sioux. My enrollment number is confidential . I include a card of authenticity with each item purchased and am listed with the US Governments Indian Arts and Craft Board.