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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. 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
  2. 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
  3. Native American Hand Made Pendleton w. Beadwork Purse: Black, Orange, Yellow

    Native American Hand Made Pendleton w. Beadwork Purse: Black, Orange, Yellow

    $599.00
    Native American artist Brenda DuBray uses a Pendleton blanket to create the body of this purse and then she adds beadwork. Learn More
  4. Native American Made Imitation Elk Tooth Dress w. Two Color Leather, Belt and Bag

    Native American Made Imitation Elk Tooth Dress w. Two Color Leather, Belt and Bag

    $2,740.00
    Native American artist Mike McLeod puts together this beautiful rendition of a historical style of dress, the two different colors of leather make a stunning display. Learn More
  5. Native American Hand Painted Mini Tipi Cover: Hot Pursuit

    Native American Hand Painted Mini Tipi Cover: Hot Pursuit

    $1,540.00
    This Native American Mini Tipi Cover was hand painted by Lakota artist Jim Little Wounded, tipi covers were painted with important symbols and sometimes depicted acts of bravery. Learn More
  6. One Sided Fight: Native American Hand Painted Buffalo Robe

    One Sided Fight: Native American Hand Painted Buffalo Robe

    $3,080.00
    The chase is on as depicted on this hand painted buffalo robe by Native American artist Evans Flammond, Sr. Each horse and rider has been designed according to the time period. Learn More
  7. Native American Dark Periwinkle Blue Beaded Pipebag

    Native American Dark Periwinkle Blue Beaded Pipebag

    $966.00
    Native American beadwork artist Brenda DuBray puts together a stunning array of colorful patterns set off by a beautiful shade of blue for the background color. Learn More
  8. Native American Beaded Pipebag w. White Background

    Native American Beaded Pipebag w. White Background

    $966.00
    White as the background color is a preferred style of beadwork as it really makes the pattern or Native American design stand out. Learn More
  9. 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
  10. Hand Painted Buffalo Skull w. Feather Design Native American Made

    Hand Painted Buffalo Skull w. Feather Design Native American Made

    $780.00
    Mike McLeod hand paints the familiar feather design on the forehead of this Buffalo Skull. For centuries the Plains Indians have painted designs on skulls to commemorate important events and their relationship with the buffalo. Learn More

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