War Bonnets, Headdresses, Horn Caps And
Head Bands From Tribal And Western Impressions
Tribal And Western
817 S. Austiin Ave , Georgetown, TX 78626 , Phone: 512-864-2081
Right Across The Street From The Old Movie Theater
Where The Old West Lives On And Is Alive And Well! Click
Here For Map To Our Location In Historic Georgetown Courthouse Square
Just North Of Austin, Texas. Click
Here For A Photo Tour of Our North Of Austin, Texas Georgetown Texas
"I just received the headdress - Thank you very much. Its gorgeous!" -Stephanie Meredith
"I just wanted to say Thank You so very much for the awesome headdresses. I recently ordered 4 headdresses from your online store, and not only was the woman on the phone extremely kind and helpful, but my order came quick and I couldn't be any happier with the outcome of the product." - Shannon & Bodhi Bennett, Mammoth Lakes, CA
Understanding Headdresses And War Bonnets
and war bonnets are likely the most universally recognized symbol
of the American Indian. While not every Native American Nation
wore feathered headdresses, in many of the tribes around the western
plains of America they were commonly used. Hand crafted with tall
feathers and skillfully decorated, this headgear was considered
something of great honor to have one and great power was attributed
to them. Different articles from various scared animals were used
in making them such as fur, hide, leather and feathers. Many Native
Americans believe that the power of these various animals can
be transferred through the great spirit to those who wear this
headgear. There are different kinds of headdresses just like there
are different kinds of pipes and necklaces. Chiefs and high ranking
medicine men of certain tribes were only allowed to wear certain
types as great power and wisdom is assigned to them. Generally
speaking, the long headdress that comes almost to the ground are
the types worn by these leaders. Although we think of Headdresses
today with the long feathers, early tribes in New England, and
many other tribes often wore headdresses made with carved wood
and other articles of importance. Such headdresses were not normally
worn for every day activity but reserved for special occasions
Trailer War Bonnet: The Trailer War Bonnet is the
long halo front feathered headdress with feathers running
all the way down in the back. Sometimes these were shorter
only going half way down in the back.
Halo War Bonnet: The halo war bonnet is
likely the most well known with feathers fanning out at
an angle to the back.
Straight Feathered War Bonnet: There were
a number of tribes that liked their feathers going straight
Headdresses: This is a thin strip headdress that
goes over the top of the head much like a Mohawk often made
Basket Headdress: Rocky Mountain Native
Americans often wore headdresses made from straw baskets.
Horn Headdress: The buffalo horn headdress is a
shaggy head top with horns which was and is still common.
Headbands: Both males and females worse
various types of headbands.
Fur Turbans: Many tribes preferred fur
type turbans which would keep their head warm.
Aztec Fan Feathers: Aztec headgear usually
used one row of feathers that went straight up across the
top of the head.
WB 030-17- Number One Seller! Best Seller! Halo War Bonnet: Black Cock feather warbonnet
Handcrafted from Black Cock Feather, Dyed Fabric, beadwork and suede.
Two tone black feathers with contrasting white fur makes this
very sharp. (Non Indian made) $89.00 Now In Stock- Limited Supply
WB044 White Feathered War
War Bonnet: Swan short coloring Brown Feathered
Hand made from Feather, Dyed Fabri, hand bead work, suede (Non
Indian made) $95.00 Now In Stock- Very Limited Supply - Only Two In Stock
Half Trialer Bonnet- Black Feathers With Blue Trim - Hand Beading $195.00
Handcrafted Half Trailer War Bonnet designed from Black Cock Feathers, Dyed Fabric And Dyed Fur
With Hand bone beadwork.
(Non-Indian Made But Hand Made)
WB 011-18: Deluxe Roach Headress- Hand made with leather, horse hair, rabbit fur,feather (Non Indian made) $98.00
WB 020-18: Roach Headress- Hand made with leather, horse hair, rabbit fur,feather(Non Indian made) : $89.00
Handmade Buffalo Dancer Horn Cap
This Hand Made And Hand Beaded Buffalo Dancer Horn Cap is a real collector's item and very hard to
come by! It can become a great conversion piece in your home or office and you can become a great
conversation of the day when you wear it. The cap is hand made from suede, feathers, hand beading
and various fabrics. - Now In Stock- Limited Supply
Handmade Buffalo Dancer Horn Cap
Normal Pricing $159.95 Your Cost Only $68.00
One Side Fits All - Will Work For Adults And Children
In Stock- Very Limited Supply
Eagle Dancer outfit consists of a spead eagle arm feather with ties for
your arms, a
matching Eagle headress, hairbone wrap pants and fur leg leg wraps. All
handmade. The arm eagle feather
spread consists of white and black contracting
feathers. This outfit is diesgned so one size fits all. (Non-Indian Made) (Click Here For More Photos)
One Side Fits All - Will Work For Adults And Children $395.00
Handmade And American Made Museum Quality Headdresses From Laughing Eagle
White- Black- Blue - Museum Quality Headdress From Laughing Eagle $279.00
White- Black- Museum Quality Headdress From Laughing Eagle $269.00
White- Black- Yellow - Museum Quality Headdress From Laughing Eagle $279.00 One Of Each - Now In Stock- Very Limited Supply!
Feather Headband $45.00
One and three fours inch leather headband with hand beading. Lacedand beaded rosette
with two feathers that is removeable via velco attachment.
Designed so one size fits all with tie backing
(Non Indian made)- In Stock -Limited Supply!
Help Support North Star Painted Sky Dance Company! Click Here For Their Web Site!
TRIBAL AND WESTERN
IMPRESSIONS Located In Historic Courthouse Square, Georgetown, Texas
Just North Of Austin, Texas 817 S Austin Ave, Georgetown, TX 78626 ,
Located On Historic Georgetown Courthouse Square
Right Across The Street Form The Old Movie Theater! Click Here For Map To Location
And Grand Opening! Click
Here For A Photo Tour!