Native American Hand Made Short Flair Headdress: Spotted Eagle
Created by Thomas Ridley, Ute Mountain Ute Tribe of Colorado, he names this headdress Spotted Eagle because to him, the feathers appear to be spotted.
Thomas uses imitation eagle feathers that have been painted to look like Golden Eagle feathers. Each one is wrapped with wool cloth and then tipped with rabbit fur and horse hair. He attaches them to a felt crown and then finishes the crown with more strips of rabbit fur.
He finalizes the headdress with imitation eagle fluffs and a leather tie.
Height 29 | Width 25 | Deep 24 inches
The horse hair hangs an extra 23 inches.
All measurements are approximate.
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