From card: "Black painted skin; 6 piece pattern - (1) bottom of foot and lower sides, puckered to (2) long U-shaped tongue insert; (3 and 4) narrow, four sided pieces, one each side between base piece and (5 and 6) ankle flaps. Quillwork in elaborate floral designs on U-insert and ankle flaps. Colors - natural, orange and blue. Red cloth edging. Dr. Wm. Fenton, BAE, said this type moccasin probably Huron or Mohawk from vicinity of Catholic Missions near Montreal, late 18th or early 19th century. The floral decoration may reflect French influence - Feb. 17, 1948."
Decoration includes floral quillwork or moose hair work.
Decoration is floral moose hair embroidery, per Richard Zane Smith, Wyandot, 6-14-2013