For Native Americans, mirrors were symbols of wealth and prestige. They were commonly mounted in dance batons or other objects of ceremonial regalia, since it was their light-reflective property, not their ability to reflect images, that was considered important. Mirrors were traded often by Europeans who brought from Europe several kind of mirrors, native American nations mounted, then, those traded mirrors on wood finely shaped and decorated with bras stacks obtained by Europeans traders. Mirrors had and have today a spiritual significance, present in many regalia and spiritual items as well.
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