MARKING STICKS, DANCE STICKS, STAFFS, ETC

MARKING STICKS, DANCE STICKS, STAFFS OF THE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN (PLAINS INDIAN)

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dance stick

MARKING STICK

trade cloth, calico, antler, old trade beads, clay paints, deer skin, glass beads, buffalo fur, wood, sinew, hide glue

The beadwork on this marking stick is based on an old Nez Perce dance stick

This example was $399

Talking Stick
THUNDEBIRD DANCE STICK
Thunderbird Dance Stick

Talking Stick was $299 Features coyote fur, coyote claw, artist bear claw, wool cloth, brass studs, glass seed beads, various other beads, feather, deer skin, medincine bag including personal medicine.

$299

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This Staff was over 5 foot tall and featured otter and coyote fur, medicine bundle with personal medicine, deers skin, trade beads, other glass beads, clay paints, silk ribbon, wool cloth, feathers, brass studs, etc. $399
T- Bird Dance Stick
(approx 24" long) $325
Talking Stick

TALKING STICK

Talking Stick
an example of a Marking Stick
Marking Stick / Dance Stick

coyote skull, buffalo hair (Tonka), hand painted turtle, medicine pouch, beads, trade beads, etc

custom made with a clients personal medicine

This example was $399

This Marking Stick / Dance Stick was made for Sharon's brother. He speaks Navajo and has a Navajo sun face painted on it to honor his Navajo brothers.

trade cloth, old trade beads, deer skin, twisted fringe, coyote fur, buffalo medicine bundle, clay paints, etc

TALKING STICK
Talkikng Stick
Talking Stick
horse dance stick
Lakota Sioux Horse Dance Stick (Chippewa Artist)

HORSE DANCE STICK

To the Sioux, a horse was a trusted friend - one he relied on in battle, during hunts and for transportation. Each horse was given his own specific markings, medicine bundles, feathers and special markings for counting coup on an enemy . When a horse died an honoring stick was made and carried in ceremony to honor him. The Horse Society Dance is still performed today.

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clay paints, feathers, glass beads, medicine bundle, clay earth pigment paints, feather fludds, wood, buckskin $299

Approx. 30" Long
$299 (in stock)

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