Select from a wide variety of designs from our extensive collection of hat bands.
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Deborah Magee porcupine quill hat bands are an example of one of the most traditional native American art forms. These dyed porcupine quill bands are wrapped around rawhide strips and glued into place, then attached at the back with leather string and trade beads, measuring approximately 1/4" wide.
Bead hat bands are hand strung in pearls, turquoise, coral, glass and trade beads with leather or rawhide ties and decorative conchos.
Conchos and pins in sterling silver in a variety of styles are set with coral, turquoise, lapis or finished with gold touches and are set on leather straps, hide or horsehair. All hat bandsare handmade, vary in width, and are offered as one-of-a-kind.
Hat bands of woven beads in geometric and Native American designs are colorful and striking accents for a beautiful hat. Handmade woven bead hatbands are handmade by Shirley Benally and other bead artists.
Woven horsehair hat bands vary in design, color and width and are handmade as are our collection of unique hide hat bands such as this buffalo hide band, hand painted and set with conchos.
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