Native American Dolls
Sioux beaded doll. Clothed in an ornate fully-beaded bodice and dress bottom, decorated in conjoined diamonds, tipi motifs and crosses, her head with remains of pigment, edge-beaded, and with a horsehair coiffure, a porcelain doll arm seen below one of the fringed sleeves, wearing a printed cloth petticoat and beaded moccasins and leggings. height 12in; "The attention to detail in every step of the creative process during its construction not only reflects a talented an...
Corn husk dolls are a traditional Native American toy that was adopted by early European settlers. Legends explain their facelessness in more than one way: The Spirit of Corn was one of three sisters who made a doll of her husks to entertain children. The doll's beautiful face caused her to spend more time admiring herself than entertaining the children. As result of her vanity, the doll's face was taken away. (Wiki)