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“I absolutely LOVE this bowl - thank you so much for the fast shipping and the gorgeous product!!!!”
“I love this store and how informative they are regarding the history of thier stock and the artists who made it. I will definitely be buying again.”
“I just received my Native American etched, horsehair vase.
I love it! The vase is beautiful!
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My only regret is not buying one larger.
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“I just received my indian flute this morning, this flute is beautiful : very well made and the sound great ! when I play it seems I am on the way to heaven !
Many thanks, I will order again in the soon future , keep working this way, because that is a real pleasure to deal with you!”
This mini 4" diameter Native American style hoop drum is handcrafted by the famous Tarahumara Indians. This Native made drum is popular for art and craft projects, as ornaments and as a canvas for western cowboy and indian art. This drum can be played but doesn't have the deep sound of a larger drum and is recommended for rustic decor.
The Tarahumara Indians are said to be North Americas most primitive people, inhabiting caves and cliff dwellings. Native American drums are a very important part in their culture. Large rawhide drums are used during their festivals as a call to gather the people and as an integral part of their ceremony.
This drum was crafted with a piece of native yellow pine bent into the shape of the drum. Rawhide is stretched over the sides of the drum ring. Photo is representative.
Measures approximately 4". A simple rustic drum beater from the maker is included.
Authentic Native Handcraft, Tribe: Tarahumara
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