Native American (probably Santo Domingo Pueblo)
about early 20th century
Object Place: Santo Domingo Pueblo, Southwest, United States
61.0 cm (24 in.)
Medium or Technique
Horn, ivory, bone, shell, and turquoise
Not On View
Two strands of small coral beads interrupted with green and blue toned turquoise, organically and cylindrically shaped. Joining threads remain unwrapped.
Purchased in the West by Senator Marcus Allen Coolidge and Ethel Warren Coolidge in the 1930s. Descended in the family and given to the Museum in 1991 by Louise Coolidge Carpenter (the daughter of Senator and Mrs. Coolidge) and Judith Herdeg (the granddaughter of Senator and Mrs. Coolidge).
Gift of Louise C. Carpenter in memory of her parents, United States Senator Marcus A. and Mrs. Ethel Warren Coolidge