Native American artist Jim Little Wounded hand carves this beautiful buffalo dance stick. The buffalo is more than just a provider of food, medicine and warmth, they are also part of our family and are honored as a Nation by the Plains Indians.
Jim uses a single piece of wood for this dance stick, he stains it completely and then goes back and paints the hoof and head and small images of buffalo. Jim attaches a spray of imitation red tail hawk feathers to the head. Jim carves out the eyes and then adds glass beads, leather dangles, metal bells and badger claws for horns. Jim adds actual buffalo fur to the chin of the dance stick and then finalizes the decoration of the piece with an amulet of a warrior. The piece is signed by the artist.
Measurements: Height 14 | Width 27 | Depth 3 (inches). Height is measured from the top of the feather headdress to the bottom of the leather dangles.
All Measurements are approximate.
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