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Ceremonial Items

Ceremonial Items

  1. Detail of horse's face

    "Spotted Bear" Horse Dance Stick

    $690.00
    This horse dance stick features the carved figure of a spotted bear riding on it's back - it looks for danger and its powerful spirit protects the horse. Learn More
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. Carved Horse Dance Stick w. Bear Spirit Rider

    Carved Horse Dance Stick w. Bear Spirit Rider

    $805.00
    This incredible piece, by Lakota artist Jim Little Wounded, depicts the spiritual relationship between animals. For some Plains Indians, the relationship also helped in the physical world, providing guidance and strength. Learn More
  5. 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
  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. 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
  8. Native American "Antelope Warrior" Pedestal Drum - Warrior's face

    Native American "Antelope Warrior" Pedestal Drum

    $1,610.00
    Native American artist Jim Little Wounded created this drum that pays homage to the Pronghorn or Antelope of the Great Plains. The Antelope is the oldest mammal known to the Plains Indians and this relationship created a special "horned" headdress for only certain warriors. Learn More
  9. American Indian Painted Gourd Rattle: "Buffalo Spirit" - Top View

    American Indian Painted Gourd Rattle: "Buffalo Spirit"

    $155.00
    Cultures from all around the world have used gourds for utensils, musical instruments, decorations and works of art. Semi arid regions used gourds to carry or store water. In this instance, Jim creates this gourd as a rattle to help focus prayers to the Buffalo Spirits. Learn More
  10. Native American Painted Gourd Rattle w. Bear Paw Design - Top View

    Native American Painted Gourd Rattle w. Bear Paw Design

    $155.00
    Gourds have had their uses throughout the millennia as tools, musical instruments, art objects and food. For this Native American creation it is being used as a rattle. Learn More

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