Falling Rain Leather Medicine Pouch

By Nathalie Waldman, Dogrib

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Nathalie Waldman, of the Tlicho or Dogrib First Nation People from the northwest of Canada, created this fantastically soft leather medicine pouch which hosts a mass of silver cones bells that tinkle against one another sounding like a gentle rain shower. The water theme is carried over on to the flap of the pouch which is adorned with iridescent abalone shell pieces. The braided cord strap is about 28" long, while the pouch itself is about 2" wide by 2 1/2" long. Including the fringe, the pouch is about 10" long.