This oval buckskin pouch has beadwork on one sides in yellow, blues, green, pink, red and white, made with the lazy stitch. The central design is a stylized flower pattern. There is a yellow beaded background. The upper edge of the pouch is serrated. The pouch closes by gathering together the buckskin at the top and tying it.
On March 16, 2015 during a NAGPRA collections review, designated tribal representatives from the three Ute tribes informed History Colorado staff that this pouch may have been used to carry ration tickets, tobacco or sage, money, or other small items. This pouch may have been worn by attaching it to a belt.