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James Little Wounded

Tribe: Minneconjou | Lakota

Especially well known for his flutes, dance sticks, shields, robes, weapons and drums, this Native American artist James Little Wounded has been recognized nationally with awards from the Smithsonian Institute and the Santa Fe Indian Market.

Specializing in traditional methods of beadwork, quillwork and hide painting, his trademark amulets are typically featured on his work.

Minneconjou Lakota, Cheyenne River Reservation.
  1. Native American Buffalo Warrior Bow Cover & Quiver Set - Amulet

    Native American Buffalo Warrior Bow Cover & Quiver Set

    $1,330.00
    Created by Native American artist Jim Little Wounded, a bow set was the most effective hunting tool and weapon. An arrow could be shot through an enemy and by the time the arrow reached you the warrior had already moved so there was no way to track the direction of the shooter. Learn More
  2. "No Friend of Mine" Native American Painted Mini Tipi Cover

    "No Friend of Mine" Native American Painted Mini Tipi Cover

    $1,540.00
    Jim's paints one lone man defending his lodge against 4 intruders from another Native American tribe. The man stands up against his enemies with the help of the spirit buffalo that are present at the bottom of the tipi cover. Learn More
  3. Buffalo Bull Warrior: 2 Cover Shield

    Buffalo Bull Warrior: 2 Cover Shield

    $815.00
    This magnificent depiction shows a Buffalo Warrior with a full mask on and his horse is also wearing a buffalo mask. The Warrior also carries a staff with a buffalo head and emerging from the Warrior is the spirit of the Buffalo. Learn More
  4. Native American "Buffalo Hunter" Buffalo Skull

    Native American "Buffalo Hunter" Buffalo Skull

    $1,390.00
    Another fine creation by Native American artist Jim Little Wounded. Jim pays homage to the Buffalo that provided everything, both physical and spiritual. Learn More
  5. Native American Beadwork: "The Victor" Ram Skull - Right view closeup

    Native American Beadwork: "The Victor" Ram Skull

    $2,250.00
    Native American beadwork artist Jim Little Wounded uses a domestic ram skull for this portrayal of "The Victor", the horns are a clear indication that this guy never backed down. Learn More
  6. American Indian Painted 2-Cover Shield: Elk Spirit  - Elk Spirit

    American Indian Painted 2-Cover Shield: Elk Spirit

    $695.00
    American Indian artist Jim Little Wounded created this powerful symbol of the Elk who fulfilled many physical needs of the Plains Indians but also provided spiritual needs as well. Learn More
  7. Native American Painted Parfleche Headdress Storage Case - End View

    Native American Painted Parfleche Headdress Storage Case

    $585.00
    Parfleche is a hairless rawhide that can be used to create storage cases for your most precious items. This method of preparing hides was fast and efficient and could even be painted or decorated to enhance the beauty of the case. Learn More
  8. "War Honors" 2 Cover Shield - Buffalo Amulet

    "War Honors" 2 Cover Shield

    $785.00
    "This shield is a tribute to the warrior that possessed this shield. It is a record of the deeds and what this particular warrior had won over the years."
    ~Jim Little Wounded Learn More
  9. American Indian Painted "Horse Capture" Hand Drum

    American Indian Painted "Horse Capture" Hand Drum

    $720.00
    Horses changed the lives of the Plains Indians significantly. Horse raiding was common and extremely risky as the owners were never happy about losing a prized animal. American Indian artist Jim Little Wounded pays tribute to the brave warriors who gathered prized horses in this precarious manner. Learn More
  10. "Dream Buffalo" Painted and Beaded 2 Cover Shield

    "Dream Buffalo" Painted and Beaded 2 Cover Shield

    $675.00
    Dreams can be a powerful experience and for the Plains Indians they could be a good sign especially if those dreams involved buffalo. The buffalo was everything to the Plains Indians, their very survival depended on the buffalo. Learn More

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