1950s – 1960s Cochiti Pueblo Drum
- 1950s – 1960s Cochiti Pueblo Drum
- This Is A Hard To Find Full Size Pueblo Drum Used For Ceremony.
- It Is Not To Be Mistaken With “Made For Tourist Drums”
- Its wonderful patina suggests it is from 1950s to 1960s.
- was purchased by an Indian trader from Cochiti Pueblo in 1988
- The drum has an intact leather handle
- The heads of both sides of the drum are painted black with a 3″ diameter circle left the natural rawhide color
- The body of the drum is a single hollowed out log
- The accompanying drum beater has old white paint on the handle and a braintanned buckskin head
- It is 16″ long
- The drum is 12″ tall x 13″ diameter
- Traditional Native American Items