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Original and / or reproduction artifacts after or in style of the tribes of the Central Plains and Prairie regions (portion of the Great Plains and Prairies which lies south of the South Dakota-Nebraska border and north of the Arkansas River. It includes Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, southeastern Wyoming, and western Colorado; Plains tribes: Arapaho, Arikara, Northern and Southern Cheyenne, Hidatsa, Lakota (Teton Sioux), Mandan; Central Prairie tribes: Dakota (Santee Sioux), Iowa, Meskwaki, Missouria, Kansa (Kaw), Pawnee, Ponca, Omaha, Otoe, Sauk, Yankton-Sioux)
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Lakota Breastplate (replica)

SKU: 2011.07.03

A replica of a late 19th c. breastplate with matching choker in traditional Lakota aesthetics and design based on using red, white and blue colors. Made by me in .

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Bone Hairpipe Choker

SKU: 2053.16.01

Inspirational reproduction of 5-rows circa 1890-s Lakota bone hairpipe choker with brass-tacked spacers. Made by me in in a traditional fashion and with a great attention to the details.

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Central Plains Hairpipe and Glass Beads Choker

SKU: 2073.09.01

Lakota inspired 5-rows hairpipe choker made by fan's customer order for Deep Purple guitarist Steve Morse (gifted to him during 2009 Russia tour).

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Lakota Knife Sheath (replica)

SKU: 4027.08.01

Reproduction Lakota style Beaded Knife Sheath featuring US flag design handcrafted by a prominent Czech artist Petr Pokorny (RIP).

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Cheyenne Feather War Bonnet (replica)

SKU: 4062.09.01

Museum quality reproduction of the Cheyenne style feather war bonnet handcrafted by brilliant American Plains artists Bill and Kathy Brewers. Not for sale.

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Central Plais style Choker

SKU: 2137.16.01

Inspirational recreation of the Central Plains 3–rows bone hairpipe choker based on the existing originals and my knowledge of a wide range of Plains style chokers in the latter quarter of the 19th century and the early reservation period.

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