Tuesday, January 27, 2015

COMPLETELY BEADED HORSE MASK

Completely beaded Horse Mask (Replica) on buckskin

Museum Replica Chief Little Rock Shield (Cheyenne)

Museum replica of Chief Little Rock Shield - Cheyenne (1860/1868)
 Made for Fort Sill Museum

featuring brain tanned buffalo soft cover, hard shield, clay earth pigment paints, feathers, brass bells, corn husks, etc.

Monday, June 23, 2014

Wednesday, November 20, 2013


THIS REPLICA IS BASED ON BLACKBIRD'S WAR SHIRT WITH A LARGER MEDALLION. This is the back of the shirt. The front is similar with a green medallion.
NEW YORK, NY.- Sotheby’s set a new record (for the original shirt) in May 2011 for a piece of American Indian Art at auction when an Oglala Sioux Beaded and Fringed Hide War Shirt which once belonged to the famous and celebrated Sioux Chief, Black Bird sold to an anonymous buyer for $2,658,500 (est. $250/350,000).   http://nativeartstrading.com/



Oglala Sioux

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Native American War Shirt


REPLICA SIOUX SCALP SHIRT

This is the front of the shirt

culture: SIOUX, LAKOTA, OGLALA
deer skin, human hair locks, glass beads, wool cloth, clay pigment paints, etc.

Sunday, June 2, 2013

NATIVE AMERICAN PIPE BAG WITH PIPESTONE PIPE



SIOUX PIPE BAG WITH PIPE




Oglala Sioux (museum replica) photographed with pipe
 (different design on front and back) 


Native American Pipe Bags & Pouches - Cheyenne, Sioux, Arapaho, Crow, etc.,
Native Americans made an incredible variety of  pouches for every conceivable purpose.  Beaded and or quilled pipe bags were some of the finest items made.  Their tobacco was sometimes carried at the bottom of the bag.  The pipe bowl was separated when it was carried and a thong drawstring tie was attached to the top of all pipe bags to secure the contents of the bag.

NATIVE AMERICAN BOW CASE & QUIVER

Plains Indian Bow Case and Quiver

PLAINS INDIAN
Replica of an old Plains bow case and quiver 
brain tanned deer skin, glass beads, earth pigment paints