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  1. deerskin hand drums with walnut stain

    Deer Skin Hand Drums (Stained)

    Starting at: $130.00

    Loved for their versatility, these beautiful hand drums have a rich walnut stained finish and make an excellent accompaniment for ceremonies, pow wows or hand games. Created by non-Native American crafts person Wayne Manthey who has made a career of making usable hand drums. Learn More
  2. Native American Hand Crafted Quilled Arm Bands

    Native American Hand Crafted Quilled Arm Bands

    $460.00
    Native American artist Carrie Ravenshead (Oglala Lakota) has created these arm bands that can be added to any regalia set. Carrie uses the ancient technique of quillwork to decorate these arm bands. Learn More
  3. Native American Mink Fur Wrapped Coup Staff w. Stone Arrowhead Tip

    Native American Mink Fur Wrapped Coup Staff w. Stone Arrowhead Tip

    $599.00
    Native American artist Tim Lammers creates this coup staff to commemorate the dangerous life of a warrior. Battles are never easy and being close enough to touch your enemy can prove to be deadly. Tim has added one more element, a stone arrowhead at the end of the staff. Learn More
  4. Native American Mink Fur Wrapped Coup Staff w. Red Wool Drop

    Native American Mink Fur Wrapped Coup Staff w. Red Wool Drop

    $513.00
    Counting Coup is the ultimate test of your courage, anyone can kill a person but to able to run up to your enemy and touch them, well that took courage. If you got away with the touch you could earn a feather. A single feather may not seem like much but for the brave warrior it means everything. Learn More
  5. Native American Beaded Violin w. Case

    Native American Beaded Violin w. Case

    $3,250.00
    This extraordinary piece of beaded art is by Native American artist Brenna Ravenshead (Oglala Lakota) she adds a bit of contemporary flair to this antique violin set. Learn More
  6. Native American Quilled and Beaded Mirror Bag - Front View

    Native American Quilled and Beaded Mirror Bag

    $749.00
    This small bag by Native American artist Caroline Ravenshead is a perfect example of the blending of art styles during the trade period. Glass beads and mirrors were traded to the Plains Indians and quill work pre-dates beadwork by centuries. Learn More
  7. Native American Quilled and Beaded Cradle Bundle w. Back Board

    Native American Quilled and Beaded Cradle Bundle w. Back Board

    $4,615.00
    Native American quillwork and beadwork artist John Zephier , Yankton Sioux Tribe also known as Ihanktonwan Dakota Oyate (Dwellers at the End Village), creates this beautiful piece of functional art. Learn More
  8. Beaded Bow Set w. Shooter Bow, Arrows and Brain Tanned Buffalo Bow Case - Native American Weapons

    Beaded Bow Set w. Shooter Bow, Arrows and Brain Tanned Buffalo Bow Case - Native American Weapons

    $1,455.00
    This is the real deal! Made from brain tanned buffalo hide, this set also features a shooter bow with four arrows for hunting and five arrows for practice shooting. A Native American bow set was important to your survival, it helped to facilitate hunting and defending your self. Learn More
  9. Native American Beadwork Pipebag: Turquoise Blue w. Cheyenne Pink, Red, White and Black

    Native American Beadwork Pipebag: Turquoise Blue w. Cheyenne Pink, Red, White and Black

    $1,375.00
    Brenda Dubray, local Native American beadwork artist, creates this beautiful pipebag with tanned deer leather and glass beads. Learn More
  10. Native American Hand Painted w. Quillwork Buffalo Robe: A Warrior's Exploits - Head Down

    Native American Hand Painted w. Quillwork Buffalo Robe: A Warrior's Exploits

    $4,530.00
    Created by Native American artists Matt and Jared Lanz (Oglala | Lakota), it is the exploits of one warrior. Each important moment captured in time on a historic style buffalo robe. Learn More

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