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Hand Carved Dance Sticks

Hand Carved Dance Sticks

These beautifully hand carved dance sticks commemorate the relationship between horse and rider. They feature real horse hair and painting that portrays brave deeds.
  1. Native American Hand Carved Horse Dance Stick w. Rider

    Native American Hand Carved Horse Dance Stick w. Rider

    $949.00
    This beautifully hand carved Horse Dance Stick features a rider who is also carved from wood. The effigy appears to be flying through the air with legs stretched out. Learn More
  2. Native American Hand Carved Buffalo Dance Stick w Buffalo Amulet

    Native American Hand Carved Buffalo Dance Stick w Buffalo Amulet

    $635.00
    Jim Little Wounded hand carves this buffalo from wood, he makes the body of the dance stick sort of square for easier holding during dancing. Learn More
  3. Native American Hand Carved Horse Dance Stick w Bear Amulet

    Native American Hand Carved Horse Dance Stick w Bear Amulet

    $770.00
    The relationship a warrior has with his horse is a close one, a horse wasn't just a ride but was also considered a close companion and a protector. Learn More
  4. Native American Hand Carved War Pony w. Spirit Catcher

    Native American Hand Carved War Pony w. Spirit Catcher

    $770.00
    Native American artist Jim Little Wounded hand carves this War Pony and then adds a spirit catcher, an ancient symbol made from buffalo hair suspended from a hoop. Learn More
  5. Native American Hand Carved Horse Dance Stick w. Hail Stones

    Native American Hand Carved Horse Dance Stick w. Hail Stones

    $745.00
    Native American artist Jim Little Wounded pays homage to the elements with this dance stick, hail is completely destructive and should always be respected. Learn More
  6. Native American Hand Carved Buffalo Dance Stick

    Native American Hand Carved Buffalo Dance Stick

    $701.00
    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. Learn More

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