Lakota Beaded Horse Pins
Beading is a Native American tradition carefully passed down from generation to generation in the Lakota tribe. These Lakota Beaded Horse Pins are evidence of a craftsmanship carefully preserved through time to tell a story of a rich heritage.
The Lakota tribe lives in the Black Hills of South Dakota. A part of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. It is ThinLine’s mission to partner with the artists there to tell the story of the Lakota tribe through their unique artwork to the world. 100% of the purchases price is sent directly to the artists on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Buy now to support these fantastic artists.
Questions and answers of the customers
A Thanks for your question! What a great idea! The Lakota Beaded Horse Pins are 3 1/2" wide 2 1/4" tall. Most traditional stock pins top out at 3" long, so it may be a bit on the large side, but would certainly make a fabulous stock tie pin!!
A Thank you for reaching out! If you have a specific question about our Native American tack and art pieces, please call 888-401-9101.