- Southwest Decor Accents
- Southwest Native American Crosses
- Tigua Indian Dreamcatcher Medicine Cross 16" (c12)
Tigua Indian Dreamcatcher Medicine Cross 16" (c12)
Exceptional Southwestern cross, handcrafted with real leather. This American Indian cross is an authentic Native American handcraft made by a Pueblo Indian artist. Famous for their rich history in New Mexico, the Pueblo Indians have been building traditional handcrafts for generations. This type of unique handmade cross is used as a wall cross each one is unique. This rustic cross is completely wrapped in rich leather with heavy fringe on all four cross pieces with metal studs and an attached medicine bag at the top filled with cedar and sage according to tradition.
Across the front are four genuine hand tied turkey prayer feathers and two real horse hair whips. The crowning feature of this cross is a genuine hand woven dream catcher with a real jaw bow bone in the center for good medicine. For Native American history and culture these crosses represent the impact that the Spaniards had on the Tribes of the southwest. Share your spirit by displaying this on your wall. A cross is a very common decorating accessory in southwestern style and western home decor. Crosses are great for cabin, ranch, lodge, or rustic cowboy, Indian or bunkhouse look. Measures 16" x 16" (not including fringe)
Authentic Native American, Tribe: Tigua