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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. American Indian Carved Horse n Rider Dance Stick - Rider

    American Indian Carved Horse n Rider Dance Stick

    $875.00
    Jim Little Wounded adds another piece to his series of the "Little People" of the Lakota. Some American Indian cultures paid homage to this group of people who lived among us. Learn More
  2. American Indian Carved Horse Dance Stick: Heyoka

    American Indian Carved Horse Dance Stick: Heyoka

    $718.00
    Heyoka is the Lakota word for "A clown, anti-natural or someone who dreams about Thunder Beings and is obliged to perform ceremonies and customs connected with the "Heyoka Society." They are the folks who in winter they go naked and in summer they wrap themselves with buffalo robes. Learn More
  3. Dog Soldier Headdress w. Quilled Band

    Dog Soldier Headdress w. Quilled Band

    $2,340.00
    Non-Native American crafts person O.J. Laier III creates this historical piece with a large wild turkey tail fan for the back of the headdress and a rich red quilled headband. Dog Soldiers are the defenders of the tribe and the wearer of this headdress would fight to the death for his people. Learn More
  4. Buffalo Keeper Painted Drum - Top View

    Buffalo Keeper Painted Drum

    $847.00
    The buffalo is everything to the Plains Indians. In the history of man one animal has not been more instrumental to the survival of a group of people as the Buffalo is to the Plains Indians. Learn More
  5. Beaded Pipe Bag w. Flags

    Beaded Pipe Bag w. Flags

    $515.00
    Created by local Lakota/Chippewa artist Mike McLeod, he combines symbols important to the U.S. government and the Plains Indians. Learn More
  6. Native American Painted Deer Hide: Closing In!

    Native American Painted Deer Hide: Closing In!

    $1,163.00
    Racing across the top of this painted deer hide are a group of Native American warriors in full regalia, ready to do battle, they are each painted with symbols relevant to this life and the after life. Learn More
  7. Quilled Slat Breastplate - Front View

    Quilled Slat Breastplate

    $2,394.00
    Created by Non-Native American crafts person Chris Ravenshead, this historical recreation piece of regalia would have been worn by a warrior to show his perseverance, and adherence to "what is above is below." Learn More
  8. American Indian Painted Drum: "Buffalo Comes"  - Front View

    American Indian Painted Drum: "Buffalo Comes"

    $650.00
    American Indian artist Jim Little Wounded paints the image of a Buffalo spirit emerging into our physical world. It reaches around to the front to give help and guidance to the people. Learn More
  9. Lakota Hand Carved "Little Man" Sitting w. Shield

    Lakota Hand Carved "Little Man" Sitting w. Shield

    $376.00
    Lakota artist Jim Little Wounded hand carves this sitting man, the man watches everything that goes by. Learn More
  10. Native American Beadwork Purse w. Cheyenne Pink Background

    Native American Beadwork Purse w. Cheyenne Pink Background

    $479.00
    Lakota artist Kevin Fast Horse, Sr. uses the color pink, this particular shade of pink is reminiscent of the medicine color used by the cheyenne. Pink is a hard color to achieve with mineral paints and dyes so it was used for special pieces like shields and war shirts. Learn More

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