Pad saddle

See def. 3, above.

See also: Pad

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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$2,125 Plains Cree Beaded Hide Pad Saddle. Thread and sinew-sewn; beaded using large glass beads in colors of red, yellow, blue, white, and black; horsehair tassels hang from lower beaded tabs; wood stirrups wrapped in hide are attached to saddle by a leather belt, length of saddle 19 in.
For example, the Glenbow Museum, Calgary; Alberta, has sent a large Doukhobor rug with images of camels, moose, and peacocks, and an early-20th-century beaded, multicoloured, floral-design Plains Cree pad saddle. They best 'express' what the Glenbow is.
A rare finger-woven Metis sash and a beaded pad saddle are also included among the items.
$2640 Cree Beaded Hide Pad Saddle from the William H.