0
Shopping Cart : $0.00

You have no items in your shopping cart.

Subtotal: $0.00

Products

Products

Native American inspired craft - weapons, headdresses, drums, pipes and robes - symbolize elements of the everyday traditional and ceremonial American Indian life.

These items display the intricate culture and craft of Native peoples through the skillful execution and care inherent in each of these pieces.

Either created by an American Indian artist, or a Non-Native American artist - each piece tells a story.

  1. Native American Hand Painted Deer Hide: Buffalo Watching

    Native American Hand Painted Deer Hide: Buffalo Watching

    $1,540.00
    Native American artist Jim Little Wounded hand painted this mini tipi cover with images of buffalo hunting and buffalo watching over their relatives. Learn More
  2. 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
  3. Beaded Periwinkle and Red Tipi Bag - Native American Beadwork - Front View

    Beaded Periwinkle and Red Tipi Bag - Native American Beadwork

    $1,420.00
    This unique color combination creates a stunning Tipi bag by Native American beadwork artist Brenda DuBray. This is a lovely replica of a bag that would have been used for storage in your Tipi. Learn More
  4. Beaded Green Coup Lance: Native American Art

    Beaded Green Coup Lance: Native American Art

    $815.00
    A lance is normally lean and free of decoration so that it can be thrust into your prey or enemy. A heavily decorated lance like the Beaded Green Coup Lance would be used for dance ceremonies as a display of bravery or Coup's counted against an enemy. Learn More
  5. Beaded Lance w. Rawhide Tip Cover: Native American Weapon

    Beaded Lance w. Rawhide Tip Cover: Native American Weapon

    $445.00
    One of our youngest artists, Rayme Little Wounded brings to life a Northern Plains style weapon. Native Americans used lances to hunt or war with and this one features a special cover for the lance tip. Learn More
  6. 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
  7. Beaded Sheath w. Skinner Knife (Sinew Sewn): Native American Weapons

    Beaded Sheath w. Skinner Knife (Sinew Sewn): Native American Weapons

    $675.00
    Brenna Ravenshead beaded this beautiful sheath with a design that appears to be a weave or even the box design of a turtle shell. The beads and sheath are sewn together with real sinew that Brenna prepared. Learn More
  8. Native American Carved Horse Dance Stick: Lost Warrior

    Native American Carved Horse Dance Stick: Lost Warrior

    $650.00
    Native American artist Jim Little Wounded carves this horse to commemorate the Lost Warrior. He attaches an amulet with the warriors face so that his faithful horse may be able to find the warrior in the after life. Learn More
  9. Native American Hand Painted Drum w. Beater: Claws of Mato (Bear) - Signature

    Native American Hand Painted Drum w. Beater: Claws of Mato (Bear)

    $530.00
    Native American artist Jim Little Wounded honors the Bear with this small drum. Painted paws claw their way up the sides of the drum. Learn More
  10. American Indian Hand Painted Parfleche Box - Front View

    American Indian Hand Painted Parfleche Box

    $376.00
    American Indian artist Rayme Little Wounded hand painted this deer rawhide parfleche carrying case. Hard bodied cases were used for storing precious items. Learn More

List  Grid 

per page
Set Descending Direction
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5