This beautifully handcrafted 14 " Length Ceremonial Antler Pipe has some really nice detail.
It is an Authentic Native American made item by Geraldine Johnson , a registered member of the Navajo nation
Pipe Stem is made from copper tubing wrapped in dark brown colored leather. It has a colorful 3" bead wrapped section near the pipe bowl, hand packed with clay between the beads in the Navajo tradition. Additionally, the pipe stem is adorned with 2 hand chipped stone arrowheads and a small medicine wheel.
Hanging below the pipe stem is a loop of assorted wood, brass & bone beads from which a small leather medicine bag with a fringed bottom with some long strands of black horse hair hangs.
The elk antler bowl is approx. 4" in length and 1" in diameter at bowl opening and has a small hand carved bone thunderbird totem attached to one side of the bowl
4 good sized antiqued Imitation eagle feathers (dyed & stained domestic turkey) give the pipe an old artifact look. There are opaque red & black glass crow beads added throughout the piece.
There is an elk antler slice added to the hanging strap of the pipe where the eagle feather is attached.
This piece has overall hanging dimensions of approx. 14x22 inches
Comes with certificate of authenticity
Showy for wall display & desirable for any collector of authentic Native American made artifacts.... yet a fully functional pipe which can be used for ceremonies if desired.
A fantastic gift idea for any occasion!
SORRY, BUT BECAUSE THIS ITEM CONTAINS WILDLIFE PARTS, WE CANNOT EXPORT IT OUTSIDE OF THE USA. THIS INCLUDES APO ADDRESSES
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