Female Wedding Sash by Dale Jackson
This sash is part of the wedding dress. For men, it is called Wuko Quawa, meaning big belt, and is worn during ceremonies. The hanging tassels represent snow and rain. It is hand spun and braided in a very long process. The rounds on the end are made with corn stalks. The subtle design represents the San Francisco peaks or any mountain that brings moisture.
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