Pueblo Indian Ceremonial Stone Tomahawk 21" -Tigua
This is a very unique Native American stone tomahawk war club which is used by American Indians. This is an actual Native made hand crafted tomahawk made by the Tigua Indians of the Pueblo Tribes.This authentic tomahawk is completely wrapped in saddle colored deer skin leather and also features red wool for a stunning look.
This beautiful ceremonial stone tomahawk also has intricate bead work on the handle as well as a bone medicine wheel with the four directions of earth and has an attached leather medicine bag made according to Native American tradition filled with cedar and sage as well as a prayer feather and braided deer skin drape.
Perfect for dance and reenactments or pow wows, it is also a great piece for rustic wall decor and is very well made. It would also look great as rustic home decoration for southwest style, ranch, Native American or western decor, lodge or cabin. Each tomahawk is individually hand made, picture is representative, colors may vary slightly. Measures approximately 21" in length.
Authentic Native American, Tribe: Tigua