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 SKU# 1816  Coyote and Bronze Turkey Crossed Arrows Shield
Coyote and Bronze Turkey Crossed Arrows Shield  189.95 
Stock No. AAA-CFAA-CrossdArrowCoyo

This crossed arrows coyote shield represents friendship and wisdom. The crossed arrows represent friendship and coyote medicine brings wisdom. The arrows are handmade with obsidian arrowheads and tied with artificial sinew.

As an animal totem, the turkey is called the "giveaway eagle" or the "life giver." It is associated with shared blessings, harvest, fertility, grounding and self-sacrifice.

The coyote skull (shown antiqued) is suspended in a circle that is approximately 15 inches in diameter. Total diameter, including the crossed arrows is approximately 24 inches. The circle is covered in coyote fur and the buckskin streamers holding the feathers are decorated with glass crow beads and bronze turkey (shown), pheasant, or duck feathers.

If you have a preference for crow bead colors, let us know in the comment box of your check-out form. We have all the colors of crow beads sold in our craft supply section of glass beads.

You can also get this shield with other kinds of feathers. Use the dropdown boxes below to choose your feather preference.

This piece is also available with natural leather and a bleached white coyote skull, or antiqued with a special process to make the leather and skull appear aged. Select your preference from the dropdown box below.

This artifact replica is handmade in the USA. Because each one is handmade especially for you, the one shown is representative. The one you receive may vary slightly.

This item can be shipped internationally. However, animal parts and feathers cannot be imported to some countries. Coyote and turkey are generally allowed, but it is your responsibility to check with your local authorities to see if they are legal to import where you live. We will not be responsible for items seized by Custom Agents or state inspectors.

Feathers cannot be imported to New Zealand. If you are outside of the US, be aware that there is an additional $85.00 inspection fee to export pheasant feathers, while there are no extra inspection fees for the other kinds of feathers we have available.

Not produced by a particular indian or indian tribe.

This crossed arrows coyote shield represents friendship and wisdom. The crossed arrows represent friendship and coyote medicine brings wisdom. The arrows are handmade with obsidian arrowheads and tied with artificial sinew.

As an animal totem, the turkey is called the "giveaway eagle" or the "life giver." It is associated with shared blessings, harvest, fertility, grounding and self-sacrifice.

The coyote skull (shown antiqued) is suspended in a circle that is approximately 15 inches in diameter. Total diameter, including the crossed arrows is approximately 24 inches. The circle is covered in coyote fur and the buckskin streamers holding the feathers are decorated with glass crow beads and bronze turkey (shown), pheasant, or duck feathers.

If you have a preference for crow bead colors, let us know in the comment box of your check-out form. We have all the colors of crow beads sold in our craft supply section of glass beads.

You can also get this shield with other kinds of feathers. Use the dropdown boxes below to choose your feather preference.

This piece is also available with natural leather and a bleached white coyote skull, or antiqued with a special process to make the leather and skull appear aged. Select your preference from the dropdown box below.

This artifact replica is handmade in the USA. Because each one is handmade especially for you, the one shown is representative. The one you receive may vary slightly.

This item can be shipped internationally. However, animal parts and feathers cannot be imported to some countries. Coyote and turkey are generally allowed, but it is your responsibility to check with your local authorities to see if they are legal to import where you live. We will not be responsible for items seized by Custom Agents or state inspectors.

Feathers cannot be imported to New Zealand. If you are outside of the US, be aware that there is an additional $85.00 inspection fee to export pheasant feathers, while there are no extra inspection fees for the other kinds of feathers we have available.

Not produced by a particular indian or indian tribe.

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