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Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison


Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison
Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison
Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison
Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison
Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison
Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison
Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison
Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison
Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison

Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison    Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison

Attributed to the Lakota Culture. Hand held drum with Bison. On one side of the Drum are black painted Bison with a.

Blue zigzag line on the top of the herd of Bison and the. Sun with rays in a yellow/orange color on the upper side.

With spaced rays in threes. The reverse side of the Drum.

Has a central painting in red and black of a Bison; there. Are Bison hoof prints and red and blue triangles in the. The large central Bison has a. Background of the sun with rays.

On the narrow side of. The Drum are red and white pony beads strung on leather. Or plastic with long feathers tied at the top with a red. Material that may be felt. The wide sides of the Drum have.

A lattice-work design which adheres to the buckskin that. Has been stretched over the sides of the Drum. Wood of the Drum is seen under the latticework. Drum is a hand-held Drum of the Lakota tribe and is a.

The Drum beater is missing. Circa 1950's - 1970's. The most important Native American instrument was and still is the Drum. Different traditions about the Drum and how to play it, but the basic construction is very similar in. Most tribes: a wooden frame or a carved and hollowed-out log, with finely tanned buckskin or elk skin. Stretched taut across the opening by sinew thongs. Hand Drums are the ones that are sometimes. Called "tom toms" by non-native people. Many Drums were used for ceremonial purposes, rather than. Many Drums were brightly painted and decorated so they were as much. Works of art as they were instruments. Some Drums may display images of people, whereas others. To the Lakota people, the Drums holds great cultural and symbolic power. Lakota tradition, the Drum is central to all powwow ceremonies. Some Lakota live on Sioux. Reservations in eastern South Dakota, Minnesota and Nebraska, and as well as Iowa and Montana.

The item "Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison" is in sale since Wednesday, February 20, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Musical Instruments". The seller is "lastchance*11" and is located in Atlanta, Georgia.

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  1. Tribal Affiliation: Lakota


Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison    Vintage Lakota Tribe Hand Held Drum with Bison