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  1. Cavalry Officers Hat w. Beaded Hatband - Front View

    Cavalry Officers Hat w. Beaded Hatband

    $300.00
    Local American Indian artist Mike McLeod has created an example of a "Non-Commissioned Officers" hat won during battle. Many items taken in battle were considered more special because they had once belonged to an enemy. They were personalized and adorned with accoutrements such as feathers and glass beads. Learn More
  2. Native American Beaded and Painted Bear Paw Shirt - Chest View

    Native American Beaded and Painted Bear Paw Shirt

    $2,435.00
    Native American husband and wife team Charles and Hazel Fast Horse have created a beautiful beaded and painted shirt. Charles does the designing and painting, Hazel does the execution of the designs. Learn More
  3. Plains Indian Style Short Flair Headdress w. Quillwork Band - Right View 2

    Plains Indian Style Short Flair Headdress w. Quillwork Band

    $1,070.00
    Non-Native American artist O.J. Laier III creates a factual short flair headdress. He adds a quillwork headband made from dyed porcupine quills. Quill work predates bead work and was more prevalent in the northern parts of the U.S. and Canada. Learn More
  4. Quilled Scabbard w. Light Cavalry Sabre - Quill Work Detail

    Quilled Scabbard w. Light Cavalry Sabre

    $1,400.00
    The "capturing" of items from battle between the Cavalry and the Native Americans was both celebrated and revered. An enemy was not disrespected and the property obtained in battle from an enemy was not disrespected. Decorating and carrying an item from an enemy had many messages, one message may be "We might be friends or brothers in another life." Learn More
  5. Kepi Trooper Hat w. American Indian Beadwork - Front View

    Kepi Trooper Hat w. American Indian Beadwork

    $175.00
    During the Indian Wars some of the scouts ended up with hats and other items that were primarily Army issue. These scouts would personalize their items with quillwork or American Indian beadwork, feathers and other accoutrements obtained through trade. Learn More
  6. Native American Beaded Mask on Deer Skull w. Painted Background - Beaded Mask Closeup

    Native American Beaded Mask on Deer Skull w. Painted Background

    $1,400.00
    Native American beadwork artist Jim Little Wounded honors the Deer Nation with a beautifully beaded mask and painted background. The imagery of the background depicts Deer dancers who are celebrating the relationship between the Oyate (People) and this special Nation. Learn More
  7. Native American Rawhide Shield: 3 Buffalo Emerging - Closeup

    Native American Rawhide Shield: 3 Buffalo Emerging

    $270.00
    Native American artist Rayme Little Wounded creates a small shield to pay tribute to the spirits of the Buffalo. The imagery depicts 3 Buffalo emerging into the physical world to bring bravery and hope to the People. Learn More
  8. American Indian Weapon: Red Beaded Knife Set - Closeup

    American Indian Weapon: Red Beaded Knife Set

    $300.00
    Kyle Fast Horse created this exquisite hand crafted and beaded knife set. The beadwork rich in color and Kyle uses a touch of silver lined beads to add the sparkle to this set. Learn More
  9. Partially Beaded Knife Sheath w. Antler Handle Knife - Closeup

    Partially Beaded Knife Sheath w. Antler Handle Knife

    $335.00
    One of our youngest artist Kyle Fast Horse shows off his talents with beads. This knife set is partially beaded with small yellow beads on brown leather, the combination is gorgeous. Learn More
  10. American Indian Weapon: Yellow Beaded Axe w. Bear Paw Tracks - Buffalo fur and beadwork

    American Indian Weapon: Yellow Beaded Axe w. Bear Paw Tracks

    $488.00
    American Indian artist Kevin Fast Horse beaded an axe honoring the bear, this warrior would have relied on the help of the powerful bear spirit in life and battle. Learn More

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