This sale is for a Chippewa, Ojibwe, Ojibwa, Anishinabe Pipe Bag that dates from the late 19th to the early 20th Century. The bag measures 20 inches in length and 9 inches in width. It is beaded in classic, traditional foliate designs on black velvet, with beading on both sides in different patterns. The bag is made from brain tanned hide. The beads used are predominantly very small facetted tube beads giving a sparkly look in the light. I counted at least 10 different bead colors. The bag in lined with red silk material. There is very minor bead loss that is almost not noticeable. There is a stain spot below the beading on one side and some small areas of soiling on the hide. Considering age and use this bag is in pretty good condition. Please consider the photographs as part of the description. I will answer any questions that I can. Thanks for looking. Check out my other sales of First Nations material culture.