Native American Dance, Talking & Medicine Sticks

Published on April 2, 2014 by Amy

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Talking Stick Tur Leather
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Ceremonial dance sticks and talking sticks have always been appreciated in Native American ceremonies. Crafted by hand with various natural materials such as antler, tree branch and leather, they are used by the medicine man and can be seen in modern pow wows used in traditional dance.

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There are many traditional ways in which Native dance sticks were used. The most significant being praying, dancing and medicinal purposes. Dance sticks and medicine stick are uniquely hand crafted and can be appreciated and enjoyed for both their cultural and historic value as well as their craftsmanship and beauty.

Authentic Native American dance sticks, medicine sticks, staffs and trail markers are fabulous Indian artifacts. Great for collecting and rustic southwest decor and western home decorating you will love these unique pieces.

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