Native American Carved Horse Dance Stick: Buffalo Hunter
Created by Native American artist Jim Little Wounded, Mnicojou Lakota Nation, commemorates the relationship a rider has with his favorite pony, in this instance it’s his favorite hunting pony.
Jim carves the stick into the shape of a horse, he uses real horse hair for the forelock, mane and tail. He paints the exciting images of riders on ponies hunting buffalo.
Jim finishes the decorated stick with a beaded buffalo amulet and imitation eagle feathers. The piece is signed by the artist.
Length 36 | Height 20 | Deep 1 1/2 inches
Height is measured from the top of the ears to the bottom of the horse tail.
All measurements are approximate.
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