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  1. 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
  2. Black Powder Rifle w. Red Wool Cloth Scabbard - Closeup

    Black Powder Rifle w. Red Wool Cloth Scabbard

    $775.00
    Native American artist Mike McLeod creates a Mountain Man style rifle and scabbard. Many men came to the Great Plains to make their way in life and a lot of those folks realized early that trading with the local Native Americans and adopting many of their survival skills made all the difference to their own survival.

    This symbiotic relationship created a unique style of clothing and accessories and this is a really fine example. Learn More
  3. The Four Seasons w. Thunderbird Shield - Shield design closeup

    The Four Seasons w. Thunderbird Shield

    $778.00
    The Plains Indians commemorated the seasons with special ceremonies. We welcome the "Thunder Beings" that brought rain, which made the grass grow and continued the cycle of life. The four seasons are also a natural time marker, you would know when it was time to gather, time to hunt and time to prepare for winter. Learn More
  4. Native American "Two Riders" Painted Pedestal Drum - Rider 1

    Native American "Two Riders" Painted Pedestal Drum

    $1,069.00
    Painted by Native American artist Mike McLeod, this painting depicts two warriors chasing each other around the body of the drum, each one pointing a pistol at each other, we will never know who wins. Learn More
  5. Cheyenne Pink Beaded Bag w. Geometric Pattern

    Cheyenne Pink Beaded Bag w. Geometric Pattern

    $564.00
    Kevin uses this very rare shade of pink known around Indian country as "Cheyenne Pink" colored beads. Color was always important to the Plains Indians, it signified many different things. Pink is a rare color in nature and harder to make so when you could obtain the color you would only use it for the most important items you owned. Learn More
  6. Horse Head Tamper w. Quillwork - Head View

    Horse Head Tamper w. Quillwork

    $199.00
    A tamper is an important part of your pipe set. You use it to gently "tamp" down or stir the tobacco mixture in your pipestone bowl. Pipestone is extremely soft and should never be smacked against a hard surface to clean as this will break your bowl. Learn More
  7. American Indian Carved Pronghorn Dance Stick - Face View

    American Indian Carved Pronghorn Dance Stick

    $670.00
    Jim carves a dance stick that pay homage to the ancient Pronghorn. The Pronghorn was one of the first mammals to appear after the dinosaur and they have been here ever since. Learn More
  8. Quilled Quiver w. Arrows and Bow

    Quilled Quiver w. Arrows and Bow

    $3,100.00
    Chris Ravenshead, who is not Native American, has created this quilled quiver with arrows and bow set. He features the bow and arrows by local bowery maker Richard Giago. Learn More
  9. Beaded "Dancing" Horse on Cobalt Blue Background

    Beaded "Dancing" Horse on Cobalt Blue Background

    $510.00
    Kevin Fast Horse exhibits his amazing skill with beads with this "Dancing" horse purse.
    Kevin always likes to use the really rich colors available via the hand cut glass Italian beads. The cobalt blue is rich but he also adds warm colors like brown and amber with a hint of green and light aqua blue. The actual bag measurement is (L) 13 by (W) 9 inches. Learn More
  10. American Indian Carving: Buffalo Horn Spoon

    American Indian Carving: Buffalo Horn Spoon

    $395.00
    These lovely pieces were used for communal eating, a horn spoon was passed around a circle of people and as each person ate from the soup, stories would be told of brave deeds and lessons that needed to be learned. Learn More

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