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Native American Pipes

The ceremonial use of Native American pipes is a part of American Indian history and sacred beliefs. Pipes in ceremonies where passed around in a circle from person to person in a clockwise direction. Another interesting use of an Indian pipe was to signal the close of a social gathering. The host of those involved would light a pipe, to indicate that it was time for the guests to begin leaving. The Native peace pipe because of its place in history has become an icon of Indian culture. These subtle insights into the culture of Native American peace pipes for sale online makes them even more desirable and interesting.

Created with natural materials ceremonial pipes often have real antler bowls and may be wrapped with leather. Many pipes also have intricate hand beading or feathers. Some pipes even feature hand carved animals like the eagle, bear or buffalo among others. Some of the most popular peace pipes being Navajo pipes, Cherokee or Lakota. Pipes are still made by members of various Indian tribes today. Authentic Native American pipes are unique hand crafted artifacts enjoyed by collectors and even home owners. Popular for both southwest decor and western style decorating, pipes placed on a shelf or table add a beautiful rustic look and hung on a wall create a classic look unlike any other wall decor.

I wanted to let you know that the pipe I ordered has arrived and it is simply beautiful. Thank you for your time and energy in making and getting this piece to me. I will be purchasing more items very soon, you have a great selection. Thank you again. Mathew, -CA

Many thanks for the great pipe I received from you yesterday. I was somewhat concerned buying such a personal item over the Internet, without even seeing it properly, but it's great. please pass on my thanks and appreciation to the artist. Paul, -CA

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