Traditional: description: Moccasins, drums, fans, dance regalia, flint-knapping and cultural objects that are functional and/or intended as functional in their original state, though now used for display.
1. Materials allowed in both contemporary and traditional categories
Components of a piece not made by the artist
such as buttons, charms, jingles, lids 2. Techniques and tools in both contemporary and traditional categories
3. All materials as described under beadwork and quillwork classification
Allowed with Disclosure
1. Decorative items that are compliant with jewelry standards 2. Findings 3. Commercially processed hides and rawhide 4. Chip inlay that complies with jewelry standards 5. Historical elements such as mirrors, German silver, with historical/traditional accuracy
1. Manufactured or die-struck charms, buttons, conchos, etc except for those used as historical pieces from traditional sources 2. Plastic or synthetic parts, e.i., Beads, plastic hairpipe, etc. 3. Liquid embroidery, iron on appliques, items made from a kit of any kind
Note: All sewn items and/or clothing must be made by the artist and labeled as such Note: Ribbon entries must NOT be sold or promised at the time of Judging.
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