Native American Treasures: Connecting To Our Earth
Genuine Native American treasures: Kachina Dolls (Katsina), Zuni
Fetish, Pottery, Dream Catchers, Jewelry and other artifacts.
Native American Authentic Horse Hair Pottery:
The ancient Indian tribes
made this pottery to honor a favorite horse or to celebrate the birth of a
horse. This pottery is very time-consuming and hazardous to create. The pottery
is poured, fired for a period of time after which it is removed from the kiln,
hair from the mane and the tail of a horse are placed on the pottery. The hair
creates the dark lines and the smoke from the burning hair creates the darker
grey areas. The pottery is then returned to the kiln where it finishes firing.
When the firing is complete, the pottery is removed from the kiln, spray-glazed
and etched. Each piece of pottery comes with a certificate of authenticity. This
certifies that the pottery has been handcrafted by a Native American Indian
artist and identified by a tribal census number.
BUFFALO: This horsehair buffalo is
termed a Good Medicine Buffalo and serves as a reminder of the
importance of this animal in the lives of Native Peoples. Etching
Like any coyote, the horsehair coyote represents
the trickster in Native American lore. This particular coyote is
howling to call the others together after a successful hunt. A
traditional southwestern icon. This item may or may not be etched
Horsehair frogs and lizards represent prayers for rain and the
ever-present need for water.
The tiny Horned Toad represents Grandfather
and is shown great respect. Etching will vary.
This horsehair figurine depicts a wolf, the stereotypical loner.
The powerful Wolf Spirit is a teacher and a pathfinder for the
Native American peoples. This wolf seems to be warily watching his
surroundings. Etching will vary.
8x 12" HH07 $45.00
Lizard 2" x 10" $48.00
Horned Toad $14.00 1.5" x 5.5"
Lone Wolf 7 x 8.5" $60.00
This ceramic statue of two horses
running free is a wonderful reminder of the importance of
the horse to the Native American Indian. This item is not
HH104 12x 9Mustang, $88
Perched Eagle ready to
take messages to the Great Spirits. Etching will vary.
Horsehair Persian cat figurine as a accent in your home or a
gift for the cat lover in your life. This is a wonderful
piece for anyone who loves longhaired Persian or Himalayan
Cats. Etching will vary
The horsehair bear, as
with any bear, represents a tradition of healing, strength
and courage among Native Peoples. This particular bear is
looking for dinner. Etching will vary
BEAR 12.5 x 11" $120
This rearing stallion horsehair is a
classic American horse. A wonderful reminder of the
importance of the horse to the Native American Indian and
the wild spirit that remains in these beautiful animals.
This item is not etched.
Stallion $73.00 13.5"
This wild bucking horse is a classic symbol of the American West and
a wonderful reminder of the importance of the horse to the Native
American People. This horse figure exemplifies the wild spirit that
remains in these beautiful animals. Etching will vary.
The eagle represents the messenger between the people and the Great
Spirits. This small figure will be a constant reminder of this
powerful bird and what it symbolizes. Etching will vary.
Renegade Horse $45.00 7x 7.5"
Flying Eagle $45.00 10"
Medicine Wheels & Dream Catchers/p>
The outer circle of the Medicine Wheel represents the
universe and your circle of life. The cross represents the Four
Sacred Directions. The circle and the cross draw from the universe
and bring into your circle of life good medicine and protection from
misfortune and harm. This open shield has crossed
arrows (a sign of friendship), dreamcatcher, medicine pouch,
medicine wheel, and pipe. This item is handcrafted and therefore
beading and feathers will vary. Certificate of Authenticity
Sioux legends speak to us of the dreamcatcher. It is believed that
each carefully woven web will catch your dreams in the night air.
The bad spirit dreams will become entangled in the web and disappear
in the new day. The good spirit dreams will always find their way
through the center opening, and will gently float down the sacred
feather to bless the dreamer with peaceful dreams. This dream
catcher captures the beauty of this sacred legend.
According to the Sioux, legends
speak to us of the dream catcher. It is believed that each carefully
woven web will catch your dreams in the night air. The bad spirit
dreams will become entangled in the web and disappear in the new
The good spirit dreams will
always find their way through the center opening, and will gently
float down the sacred feather to bless the dreamer with peaceful
dreams. This dream catcher captures the beauty of this sacred legend
Native American Navajo Made Small Ceremonial Peace Shield with Pipe $95.00 12"
Medicine Wheel 6" $18.00
Dream Catcher 12" $18.00
Dream Catcher 12" w/feathers & Medicine Bag $30
There are many legends about
Turquoise; The Pima consider it to bring good fortune and strength and that it
helped overcome illness. The Zuni believe that blue turquoise was male and of
the sky and green turquoise was female and of the earth. Pueblo Indians thought
that its color was stolen from the sky. In Hopi legend the lizard who travels
between the above and the below, excretes turquoise and that the stone can hold
back floods. The Apache felt that turquoise on a gun or bow made it shoot
straight. The Navajo consider it as good fortune to wear and believe it could
appease the Wind Spirit.
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