A striking silhouette of a Native American Chief is the central image of this unique, circa 1920s design. The feathered headdress was a ceremonial war bonnet worn only by chiefs and warriors. The war bonnet was common among Plains Indian menâSioux, Crow, Blackfeet, Cheyenne and Creeâbut was seldom worn on the battlefield. Reserved for formal occasions, the golden eagle-feather war bonnet was a spiritual symbol of a manâs courage and honor. It was a sign of respect that could be bestowed only by the tribeâs elders. The bonnet was also believed to protect the wearer. Later, other Native American tribes adopted the headdress as simply a sign of authority. Today, a brave or good deed may still be rewarded with an eagle feather. Napped, felt binding. 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton. Feather fill. Dry clean. Madein the USA. 20" x 20".
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