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Feather bonnet- Montana- Northern Cheyenne
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Victory Headdress by Russ Kruse
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This Victory Headdress is of a plains-style construction. Measuring in at over long, this piece is impressive in both size and craftsmanship. Each feather is carefully painted, and each bead is pa

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Feather Headdress circa 1925 from United States, North or South Dakota. Culture: Lakota (Teton Sioux). Credit Line: Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Cody, Wyoming, Catherine Bradford Collection, Gift of the Coe Foundation...part of the exhibition " The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky"
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Feather Headdress circa 1925 from United States, North or South Dakota. Culture: Lakota (Teton Sioux). Credit Line: Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Cody, Wyoming, Catherine Bradford Collection, Gift of the Coe Foundation...part of the exhibition " The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky"

Feather Headdress circa 1925 from United States, North or South Dakota. Culture: Lakota (Teton Sioux). Credit Line: Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Cody, Wyoming, Catherine Bradford Collection, Gift of the Coe Foundation...part of the exhibition " The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky"
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This Yellow Halo Headdress was worn as a form of status revealing ranks among warriors among the Sioux, Crow, Cheyenne, Blackfeet, Assinniboine and Plains Cree. Each feather was earned by counting coup, brave deeds or other accomplishments This carefully crafted art piece includes hand-painted white turkey feathers to imitate eagle feathers. The red feathers symbolize strength, vitality/life force, good fortune and good health. The custom lazy bead work on the brow band and detailed accents are all handcrafted by Russ Kruse. Ermine tubes accentuate the bottom of the headdress. The leather construction ensures years of durability and beauty for the owner of this piece. This headdress measures 30"H x 24"W x 18" D -- stand sold separately, and is currently available in our Prescott Store for immediate delivery. Over 35 years ago, inspired by his Cherokee heritage, Russ Kruse discovered his passion for creating reproductions of Native American artifacts. His channeled expertise in flint knapping, carving, beadwork, painting feathers, leatherwork, scrimshaw, and relief-carving have allowed Russ to make a multitude of masterfully-crafted, unique art pieces.
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This Yellow Halo Headdress was worn as a form of status revealing ranks among warriors among the Sioux, Crow, Cheyenne, Blackfeet, Assinniboine and Plains Cree. Each feather was earned by counting cou

This Yellow Halo Headdress was worn as a form of status revealing ranks among warriors among the Sioux, Crow, Cheyenne, Blackfeet, Assinniboine and Plains Cree. Each feather was earned by counting coup, brave deeds or other accomplishments This carefully crafted art piece includes hand-painted white turkey feathers to imitate eagle feathers. The red feathers symbolize strength, vitality/life force, good fortune and good health. The custom lazy bead work on the brow band and detailed accents are all handcrafted by Russ Kruse. Ermine tubes accentuate the bottom of the headdress. The leather construction ensures years of durability and beauty for the owner of this piece. This headdress measures 30"H x 24"W x 18" D -- stand sold separately, and is currently available in our Prescott Store for immediate delivery. Over 35 years ago, inspired by his Cherokee heritage, Russ Kruse discovered his passion for creating reproductions of Native American artifacts. His channeled expertise in flint knapping, carving, beadwork, painting feathers, leatherwork, scrimshaw, and relief-carving have allowed Russ to make a multitude of masterfully-crafted, unique art pieces.

This Yellow Halo Headdress was worn as a form of status revealing ranks among warriors among the Sioux, Crow, Cheyenne, Blackfeet, Assinniboine and Plains Cree. Each feather was earned by counting coup, brave deeds or other accomplishments This carefully crafted art piece includes hand-painted white turkey feathers to imitate eagle feathers. The red feathers symbolize strength, vitality/life force, good fortune and good health. The custom lazy bead work on the brow band and detailed accents…
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Warrior’s headdress possibly Sioux, 1910.
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Warrior’s headdress possibly Sioux, 1910.

Warrior’s headdress possibly Sioux, 1910.
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Военный головной убор, Северные Равнины. 1905 год.

War bonnet- Northern Plains- eagle- plumes- cloth- Beads- feathers- horsehair- Red- yellow- ermine- green dyed- White- - Center of the West Online Collections

36" Victory Headdress by Russ Kruse from Black Arrow Jewelry

36" Victory Headdress by Russ Kruse

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Eagle feather headdress, Northern Plains, Assiniboine or Nakoda. Circa Only worn by men as a rule with each feather having to be earned before the earner could wear them. Such headdresses were honors that were not limited to so-called Chiefs.

This 'Antique' Headdress is a reproduction of a Native American artifact. It was created and made by two Navajo artists, Linda Lee and Betsy Piaso, including intricate beading and painted feathers This headdress measures 40"H x 26"W x 12" D -- stand sold separately, and is currently available in our Prescott Store for immediate delivery. Black Arrow Jewelry & Art -- Native American Artifact Reproductions

'Antique' Headdress by Navajo Artists

This 'Antique' Headdress is a reproduction of a Native American artifact. It was created and made by two Navajo artists, Linda Lee and Betsy Piaso, including intricate beading and painted feathers Thi

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Головной убор Сиу, период 1900 гг.

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