Native American Crafts

Native American Indian Artisans

Handmade Leather Medicine Bags - Drawstring
2 3/4“ L x 1 3/4 “ W
Item #2902.4 $ 4.95

Nez Perce Indian Medicine Bag
3 “ L x 1“ W
Item #2902.41 $ 19.75

Peace Pipes w/Wooden Pipe Stem / Elk Horn Bowls
13 1/2 “ L
Item #2701 $ 38.95

Stone heads, fur / feather adornment, wooden stem,
leather strappings
A. 14“ L Item #9523 $ 63.50
B. 17 3/4 “ L Item #9524 $ 67.00

Dance Rattle
16“ L overall 4 1/4 “ W of rattle
Item #2902.5 $ 34.95

Beautifully Handcrafted Wooden Flute
19 1/4“ L x 1 1/4“ D
Item #1002 $ 46.50

Framed Sandpainting: Hoop Dancer (Artist Signed)
13 “ L x 13“ W
Item #1002.7 $ 34.50

Exquisite Sioux Handmade Quiver w/ Two Arrows
Brown leather features elkhorn conches, beadwork,
wooden beads and feathers.
Certificate of Authenticity signed by Artisan.
Over 3 ft. W x 2 ft. L
Item #2902.3 $ 225.00

Handpainted Buffalo Feather w/ leather Beaded Pouch Display
Display Case 8“ H x 10 “ L x 2“ D
Item #5016 $ 54.95


Navajo Kachinas: All Artist Signed And Numbered

Other Kachinas available: “Eagle Dancer,” Double “Eagle Dancer,” “Tsitoto”

9.5 “ H x 3 .75“ W
Item# 3701.5 $ 95.00

Butterfly Kachina
17 “ H x 9 “ W
Item #3701.2 $ 147.50

17.5“ H x 10“ W
Item#3701.6 $ 175.00

Huichol Indian Bead Art

Thought to be the descendents of the early Aztec Indians, the Huichol Indians of the Sierra Madre Mountains provide us with this beautiful beadwork art, an amazing symmetrical symphony of symbols and colors. Mainly farmers, the Huichol grow corn, beans, squash, and other vegetables, raise cows for milk and sheep for wool. Today the Huichol culture has become a window to the past revealing the legacy of indigenous ways long lost in many parts of the Americas. Buried in the far reaches of the Sierra Madres, the rugged and remote terrain has provided a pocket of isolation where the Huichol have survived, preserving their unique culture, religion, and art.
Long before the Spanish Conquest, the Huichol Indians decorated gourd bowls with stones, seeds, and shells to use as offerings to their gods. With European presence came the introduction of the glass bead. A hand carved wooden form is covered with beeswax and one by one the beads are placed in the wax using long needles. At first glance, the Huichol art may seem too colorful and too busy, but as you study the pieces, a multitude of symbols and their symbolism slowly emerge which are the extension of the deep religious feelings that every Huichol has acquired through participation in their traditional way of life.
A flyer is provided with each piece of Huichol art purchased from this website which details some of the symbols included in the pieces. We hope you will enjoy our newest offerings.


Huichol Beaded Egg

Size: 3” x 2”
Item #0901 $17.50


Huichol Beaded Offering Bowl

Size: 3 3/4”D x 1 1/2”H
Item #0906 $29.95

Huichol Beaded Owl

Size: 4 1/2”H x 2 1/4”W x 1 1/2”D
Item #0904 $34.95

Huichol Beaded Turtle

Size: 5 1/2”L x 3 1/4”W x 1 ”H
Item #0905 $37.95

Huichol Beaded Deer

Size: 5 1/2”L x 3 1/2”W x 4 ”H
Item #0907 $86.95

Huichol Beaded Burro

Size: 5 ”L x 5 ”H x 1 1/2”W
Item #0909 $76.95

Huichol Beaded Pig

Size: 6 ”L x 4 1/2 ”H x 2”W
Item #0908 $86.95


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