James Bama - Blackfoot Ceremonial Headdress
This is a Blackfoot Indian of the 1830s. He is wearing a ceremonial stand-up bonnet which is worn by senior tribesmen at warrior society meetings and victory fetes. In later years, it was also worn for the ceremony of the Sun Dance. It denotes a war party leader. The pipe he is holding is a wolf-hide sleeve. This warrior has the status of being a pipe carrier which is an honor. - JB
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James Bama - Blackfoot Ceremonial Headdress


Release Year: 1995
Size: 30 x 16
Form: limited edition print on paper
Edition Size: 200 numbered and hand signed by the artist
Artist Proofs: call or email to check on availability.
Custom Framing: available upon request

Product Code: BAMBL2

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