FILM, TELEVISION, THEATRE & MEDIA
CUSTOM HANDMADE NATIVE AMERICAN ART,
TRADITIONAL BEADWORK, CLOTHING & REGALIA of the NATIVE AMERICAN
INDIAN, MUSEUM REPLICAS, WEAPONS & ARTIFACTS FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT,
MEDIA AND ADVERTISING INDUSTRIES
have a large collection of old and replica items for rental
Arts Trading continues to supply and rent items to the movie industry,
television, theatre and museums with historically authentic Native
American clothing, regalia and artifacts. We specialize in authentic
costumes worn by Native Americans, Mountain Men and Frontiersmen.
We have worked with major film companies, the BBC (British Broadcasting
Corporation), costume houses, production companies, theatres, museums
in the States, photographers (photographic shoots), magazines, models,
advertising agencies, promotion companies, corporations, as well as
consulting on other projects.
Sharon and myself will provide story boards and samples of items before
making each item (time permitting). Having worked in the media industry
myself, I am well aware of what makes a smooth and professional production.
We have the background and
expertise to assist and compliment the large or small production.
No matter how small or large - meeting a deadline is not a problem.
Whether it be clothing, weapons, headdresses, horse regalia, tipi
furnishings, etc., we are well versed to make items covering the Plains,
Woodland Indians, and other regions such as the Plateau and Basin,
Apache (Southwest) - Western genre, mountain man, trapper or frontier
clothing. Items can be aged to look old or made to look as though
they were just made. We can replicate clothing and other items from
photographs or from description. We can also provide you with photographs
of examples of items that we have made, or items that we can replicate.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Sharon & Barry
WE ARE HONORED....
Fort Sill Museum, Oklahoma
Photograph for book cover tba
The Alienist (Paramount TV / TNT
Finding Neverland starring Johnny
Depp, Kate Winslet and Dustin Hoffman (Nominated for Best Costumes
77th Academy Awards)
Headdress for Buffalo Point First
Quanah Parker's daughter's dress
and moccasins for Copper Breaks State Park Museum - Texas Parks
And various other museums
We have worked on various movies
from Disney, Miramax, Film Four, Universal Pictures, etc
Hyde Park on Hudson starring Bill
Boardwalk Empire (second series)
Waking the Dead (BBC)
Native Arts Trading featured in
the Nov/Dec issue of Native Peoples
Headdress for TOMMY HILFIGER's
global flagship store in Manhattan
Beaded jacket for the Chief of
the Pamunkey Tribe worn for the Tax Treaty Ceremony of 1647 and
1677 for the Governor of Virginia at the governor's mansion
STAGE ONE - nationally acclaimed
professional theatre in Louisville Kentucky
Sioux, Arapaho, Nez Perce', Ojibwe',
Ojibwa', Cheyenne, Apache, Chippewa, Cree, Cherokee, Crow, Blackfeet,
Blackfoot, Shoshone, Kiowa, Osage, Ute, Shawnee, Chippewa, Comanche,
Gros Ventre, Omahas, Mandan, Osage, Flatheads, Hidatsa, Assiniboine,
Sauk, Fox, Wichita, Plains & Woodlands Indian, etc.
by Auchenblae, Aberdeenshire AB30 1TR
Tel: +44 (0)1561 320914
Native American Indian
heritage for today's world
MOVIE / TELEVISION / THEATRE INDUSTRY
CORPORATE EVENTS / GIfTS
MARKETING / ADVERTISING / PROMOTIONS
COSTUMES FOR MOVIES / FILMS & STAGE
PHOTO SHOOTS (models)
Still of Johnny
Depp wearing a headdress made by Sharon and Barry for the Miramax film
*Nominated for Best Costumes*
77th ACADEMY AWARDS
opens global flagship store in Manhattan
On September 18, 2009 Tommy Hilfiger
opened his global flagship store located at 681 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.
It is the largest Tommy Hilfiger retail store worldwide and features one
of our headdresses.
Our headdresses featured in the Nov /
December 2010 - Native Peoples
This dress, belt and moccasins were made
for a Native American model. We have supplied clothing and accessories
to publications such as Vogue Magazine, Glamour Magazine and publications,
including other models.
Note: the dress is contemporary, but
the moccasins and belt are traditional
Featured in Native Peoples Magazine
- March / April 2008