“Pectoral” — is a Plains warrior's insignia and a badge of military or social rank in the shape of a large single or double-barred metal cross, with small crescent shaped ornaments known as naja suspended from the arms of the cross and featuring various designs engraved onto it's arms. They were worn around neck suspended by a handkerchief, silk ribbon or buckskin cord.
Chief Little Wound's, of Oglala Lakota, German Silver Replica Pectoral / Cross handcrafted by prominent German Plains artist Norbert Kohlruss at Travels Far Trading. Just for demonstration, not for sale.
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