Native American Hand Made Tobacco Cutting Board w Beaded Pouch
Native American artist Thomas Ridley, Ute Mountain Ute Tribe of Colorado, creates a stylish cutting board with a beautifully decorated carrying bag. He adds a small pouch meant to carry the cut tobacco. For thousands of years indigenous people traded for tobacco, this set honors that tradition.
Thomas creates the carry bag with sheep leather and buffalo hide with hair on, measures 14 inches across by 12 inches tall by 1/2 inch deep. He beads the edge of the bag and the bottom the small tobacco pouch (measures 9 inches long by 2 1/2 inches wide by 1/2 inch deep, includes the fringe in the length measurement) with the same design, the four directions. Thomas says, “I choose this design because it’s my favorite, it was one of the first designs I learned to do”. ~Thomas Ridley 2020
The cutting board is made from ash wood, stained a dark brown color and decorated with brass tacks. Thomas adds a brass thimble, leather dangles with brass beads and silk ribbon.
Length 12 | Width 14 | Deep 1 inches
All measurements are approximate.
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