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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. Eye of the Great Spirit Hand Painted Buffalo Skull

    Eye of the Great Spirit Hand Painted Buffalo Skull

    $778.00
    Native American artist Mike Mcleod hand paints the familiar spiral universe on the forehead of the buffalo skull. For thousands of years the Plains Indian tribes trekked across the continent, following the stars. Learn More
  2. Native American Beaded Cheyenne Pink Purse

    Native American Beaded Cheyenne Pink Purse

    $585.00
    Pink is a powerful color and is difficult to achieve with earth paints so once you perfected your special shade of pink you would only use it on special items like shields or shirts. Kevin uses this color of pink to create one of his signature beaded purses. Learn More
  3. Native American Beaded Mirror Bag w. Butterflies and Greasy Yellow Background

    Native American Beaded Mirror Bag w. Butterflies and Greasy Yellow Background

    $515.00
    Native American beaded bags were the go to item for every traveler across the ages, they most certainly made it possible to carry many things at the same time. Mirror bags were decorative bags that held little mirrors obtained through trade. Learn More
  4. Native American Hand Carved Two Horse Sculpture w. Knife

    Native American Hand Carved Two Horse Sculpture w. Knife

    $625.00
    Native American artist Evans Flammond, Sr. hand carves this sculpture to commemorate the relationship the Lakota have with buffalo and horses. Learn More
  5. Native American Hand Painted Drum w. Lizard Design

    Native American Hand Painted Drum w. Lizard Design

    $650.00
    Native American artist Jim Little Wounded hand paints this small drum. He uses the image of a lizard, sometimes, the lizard was used as a messenger or conduit to help you receive messages from ancestors. Learn More
  6. Native American Hand Made Fancy Dancer Doll w. Blue and Green Fluffs - Left

    Native American Hand Made Fancy Dancer Doll w. Blue and Green Fluffs

    $393.00
    Native American artist Randy Williams created this beautiful doll by hand. The Fancy Dancer features double bustles on his back and a head roach. Learn More
  7. Native American Hand Made Traditional Dancer Doll

    Native American Hand Made Traditional Dancer Doll

    $342.00
    This hand crafted doll by Native American artist Randy "Charging Bear" Williams, depicts the traditional regalia worn by a Traditional Dancer during a Pow Wow. Learn More
  8. Native American Hand Painted Emerging Bear Spirit Drum w. Beater - Beater

    Native American Hand Painted Emerging Bear Spirit Drum w. Beater

    $992.00
    Native American artist Jim Little Wounded hand paints the image of a bear arm, reaching into the physical world to protect or guide the owner of this drum. Learn More
  9. Native American Hand Made Fancy Dancer Doll w. Purple Fluffs - Right

    Native American Hand Made Fancy Dancer Doll w. Purple Fluffs

    $393.00
    This hand made Native American Fancy Dancer doll displays a double bustle with electric blue and vibrant purple fluffs, the dolls head also features a head roach with the same purple fluffs. Learn More
  10. Native American Made Red Queen Sized Quilt

    Native American Made Red Queen Sized Quilt

    $500.00
    Machine quilted by Native American artist Alistair Bane.

    My name is Alistair Andrew Bane and I am an enrolled citizen of The Eastern Shawnee tribe of Oklahoma. Ever since I was a small child I have loved art. My father was an artist as well, so art has always been a part of my family’s life. Learn More

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