It is said these enigmatic little people are sacred - they are very fast and can sometimes be frightening or very helpful, but they should never be touched.
The club features an intricately carved little person holding a spherical form with a steel blade jutting from its surface. The figure is painted a ruddy red hue with brown details and a white line down his face.
He wears a white and blue beaded choker, a matching beaded band around his waist, and a white leather breech cloth. Dangles of painted and cut feathers hang from the back of his waist band.
The figure stands upon an inverted bear effigy wrapped in leather, from the bottom of the little person's feet to the head of the bear. The bear's head is painted a dark brown with white and red details. Trade beads, brass bells, and leather fringe hangs from his neck.
The war club is carved from a single piece of wood and painted with acrylic paints.
The piece is signed by the artist.