Native American Carved Horse Dance Stick: Going Home
Another beautiful example of a horse dance stick carving by local Lakota Mnicoujou artist Jim Little Wounded, he captures the glorious moment of going home.
Jim carves the shape of the horse, he paints and stains the entire stick. He creates a forelock, mane and tail with real horse hair, the ears are made from leather.
He finishes the decoration of the piece with metal bells, leather dangles and imitation eagle feathers. The final piece added is a beaded amulet of a warrior who had blue hair.
The piece is signed by the artist.
Length 36 | Height 25 | Deep 3 inches.
Height is measured from the top of the tail to the bottom of the tail.
All measurements are approximate.
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