It is spoken by some Buryats at home and taught at some schools.Until they 1930s the Buryats used a Mongol-Altaic script which was written from top to bottom.
They make up about half the population of the Republic of Buryatia, which includes Ulan Ude and is located to the south and east of Lake Baikal.
The quiver, too, has two suspension rings attached to large ornamental iron plates, of hexagonal shape, damascened in silver.
The entire outline of the quiver is covered with iron plates, richly silver damascened.
Per my knowledge, none of these collections, nor any of the other major collections of ethnographic arms in the United States or Europe have an example of such a set.
The Buryats are the largest indigenous group in Siberia.