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War Bonnets We Love – Indian Headdress


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Indian war bonnets or head dresses have been used to make homes beautiful, unique as well as exotic. The Indian head dresses are crafted beautifully with unique hand made art. Formerly, the Indian head dress was worn by chiefs and warriors. They were only earned after doing a great deed or service such as acts that protected the survival of the tribe. Indian head dresses have a wide variety of designs and colors and you can always find a design that matches your home d├ęcor ideas.

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They showcase numerous artistic elements making it conspicuous such that anyone visiting you home must notice it.

The feathered Indian headdresses, there are several other types of Indian bonnets to choose from. Because different tribes made different types of headdresses for different occasions and events, this variation is mainly. Some tribes made headdresses from porcupine roaches. Instead of feathers, they used stiff animal hair to make beautiful-colored stripes running down the head. Today, these designs have evolved to one of the most popular hair style known as Mohawk. The hair style was named after an Indian tribe that often wore headdresses with this design.

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When choosing a native headdress to decorate your home, you should ensure that you choose a head dress that is not only colorful, but also well crafted. Go for those with special accents and colorful feathers that bring out the accent colors of your home. Today, most Indian headdresses on sale have enhanced decorative features such as exotic beaded headbands. They also feature other elaborate and modern works of art including luxurious accessories.

The feathers and other materials used to make an Indian headdress often represent a warrior’s good deeds. Today, most art collectors display the Indian headdress in their homes as a sign of good fortune. Besides being a decorative piece of work in your office, home or library, you can also wear your head dress to tribal events as part of ceremonial outfit.

War Bonnets We Love – Indian Headdress

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