Non-Native American craft worker O.J. Laier III re-creates this historical piece, a short flair headdress is important and is an acknowledgement of your accomplishments.
These feathers are from a domestic turkey and they have been dyed and painted to look like eagle feathers. O.J. prepares the feathers further with red wool cloth wraps, domestic chicken fluffs and dyed red hackles at the end. At the tips there are rabbit fluffs and dyed red horse hair dangles. The quilled headband is created with dyed porcupine quills, edged with glass beads and has metallic finished beads added at the bottom of each hills design. At the sides of the headband, O.J. has added mother of pearl discs with silk ribbons and leather dangles with tin cones and chicken fluffs.
Length 34 | Width 32 | Deep 30 inches
Length 86.3 | Width 81.3 | Deep 76.2 cm
*Note: All measurements are approximate.
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