Hair styles were as important to prehistoric people as they are to us today. Bone hair pins held the hair style in place and were symbols of status. The hair pins had delicate designs and different shapes.
Hair pins held a hair design in place. These were very common in certain prehistoric societies in the eastern United States and were made from deer leg bones like our re-creations.
Most hairpin styles pictured are of hairpin designs found on archaeological sites in Florida. Please contact us about styles from other parts of the United States.