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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. Native Style Tomahawk w. Cut Out

    Tomahawk w. Leather Covering

    $168.00
    This leather-covered artifact reproduction was typical of the weapons used by Native hunters and warriors. Learn More
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. Native American Lance w. Wild Turkey Feathers and Black Stripes

    Native American Lance w. Wild Turkey Feathers and Black Stripes

    $375.00
    Some Native American hunters tested their bravery and hunting skills by riding next to a charging buffalo and thrusting their lance into the heart of the buffalo. If their aim was true, the buffalo would go down, if not, it may cost the hunter his life. Learn More
  5. Native American Weapon: Lance w. Wild Turkey Feathers and Red Wool Cloth Wrap

    Native American Weapon: Lance w. Wild Turkey Feathers and Red Wool Cloth Wrap

    $375.00
    Evans creates this Native American weapon, a red wool wrapped lance, to commemorate the skill a hunter had to have to bring down a buffalo, if you missed your one thrust, it could mean your death instead of the buffalo. Learn More
  6. Native American Hand Painted Shield w. Bear Dance Stick

    Native American Hand Painted Shield w. Bear Dance Stick

    $875.00
    Jim Little Wounded honors the Bear Nation with this carved wooden stick on a hand painted shield. Learn More
  7. Hand Painted Native American Shield: Buffalo Skull w. Tracks

    Hand Painted Native American Shield: Buffalo Skull w. Tracks

    $470.00
    The Plains Indians lived well because of the buffalo, the image of the buffalo was used on important items like a shield, it helped the carrier to be brave and unwilling to back down. Learn More
  8. Native American Hand Painted Bear Claw Shield

    Native American Hand Painted Bear Claw Shield

    $470.00
    Native American artist Evans Flammond, Sr. hand paints this bear claw shield to commemorate the relationship between the bear spirit and the owner of this shield. Learn More
  9. Native American Hand Painted Two Horse Shield

    Native American Hand Painted Two Horse Shield

    $470.00
    This hand painted Two Horse Shield is a perfect example of an emerging spirit design. The spirit of the horse reaches into the physical world to help and guide the owner of this shield. Learn More
  10. 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

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