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- Deer Skin Navajo Medicine Staff 28" (162)
Deer Skin Navajo Medicine Staff 28" (162)
This is a unique antler toped Native American medicine staff which is used by American Indian's for medicine, prayer, ceremonial dances and decoration. This is an actual Native made medicine stick created by the Navajo Indians. The medicine staff is completely wrapped in soft deer skin leather with a deer antler on top and traditional hand beading.
Also called a prayer staff, it has a medicine wheel with the four directions of earth and prayer feathers according to Native American tradition. This Apache staff is perfect for dance, music, meditation, medicine or decoration and is very well made. It would also look great as rustic home decoration for southwest Native American decor or western ranch or cabin.
Measures 28", actual staff is shown. Authentic Native American, Tribe: Navajo