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 SKU# 8974  Mini Stone Tomahawk
Mini Stone Tomahawk  14.99 
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The woodland Indians called this type of weapon a "Tomahawk.". Tomahawk is a word derived from the Algonquian language. It was only after European traders introduced metal hatchets that the word "Tomahawk" became linked with an axe like weapon.

This particular tomahawk head is made from a naturally shaped stone from a river bed. It is bound onto a deerskin wrapped willow handle, attached with rawhide.

It is decorated with glass crow beads, pheasant feathers, and long buckskin fringes.

The stone head is approximately 1 1/2 to 2" in length. Stone shapes will vary. The overall length is approximately 10-12 inches.

The pictures shown are representative. Because this is a one-of-a-kind hand crafted item, each will vary slightly from the one pictured. If you have a preference for bead colors, specify your choices in the comment field of your order form.

Allow a few extra days for completion of this item, plus shipping time.

This tomahawk will make a great conversation piece for any artifact replica or miniatures collection.

Not produced by a particular indian or indian tribe.

The woodland Indians called this type of weapon a "Tomahawk.". Tomahawk is a word derived from the Algonquian language. It was only after European traders introduced metal hatchets that the word "Tomahawk" became linked with an axe like weapon.

This particular tomahawk head is made from a naturally shaped stone from a river bed. It is bound onto a deerskin wrapped willow handle, attached with rawhide.

It is decorated with glass crow beads, pheasant feathers, and long buckskin fringes.

The stone head is approximately 1 1/2 to 2" in length. Stone shapes will vary. The overall length is approximately 10-12 inches.

The pictures shown are representative. Because this is a one-of-a-kind hand crafted item, each will vary slightly from the one pictured. If you have a preference for bead colors, specify your choices in the comment field of your order form.

Allow a few extra days for completion of this item, plus shipping time.

This tomahawk will make a great conversation piece for any artifact replica or miniatures collection.

Not produced by a particular indian or indian tribe.

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