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- Tigua Indian Deer Skin Antler Talking Stick (ms175)
Tigua Indian Deer Skin Antler Talking Stick (ms175)
This is an authentic deer leather wrapped Native American talking stick. In the Native American culture the talking stick was used to give each person in the circle a chance to speak with the respect of the others listening. Only the one holding the talking stick was permitted to speak.
This is a fabulous southwestern hand made talking stick which reveals the rich heritage of the American Indians. Featuring dear leather wrapped with beading and fur, horsehair whip and brass casing, as well as a deer antler, you will love the unique quality of this Native American talking stick.
It would be a great addition to drum circles or sweat lodge, and would also look great as a home decor for southwest, western, ranch, log home or cabin.
Measures approximately 20"-22" in length. Photo is representative.
Authentic Native American, Sam Gutierrez, Tribe: Tigua