The cane features an intricately carved little person with his arms resting at his side. It is said these enigmatic little people are sacred - they are very fast and can sometimes be frightening or very helpful.
The figure is painted a rich red with deep brown details and is decorated with beaded bands around his neck and top of his head. He wears a red trade cloth breech cloth and a bustle of painted and cut feathers.
The Little Person stands on a spiraling whirlwind and holds a bear claw on his head. The dramatic carved whirlwind design is painted in a beautiful dark green and the end of the cane is protected with a rubber tip. The bear claw emerges from the top of the Little Person's head; it is painted a golden hue with brown claws and decorated with brass tacks.
The war club is carved from a single piece of wood and painted with acrylic paints.