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 SKU# 5283  White Dreamcatcher Buffalo Horn Peace Pipe
White Dreamcatcher Buffalo Horn Peace Pipe  74.96 
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This peace pipe is made with a polished buffalo horn and wood pipe stem. Overall, this buffalo horn pipe is about 20" long.

It is wrapped in white buckskin and has a spiral of white rabbit fur running the length of the pipe stem. A white dreamcatcher hangs off the stem. The long fringes are decorated with glass crow beads, simulated eagle feathers, and white turkey feathers.

The buffalo horn bowl shown is representative. Coloring on individual horns will vary from solid black to black with white patches, usually at the top of the horn. (See the buffalo horns in our craft section for more examples.) The outside of the horn is polished to a high gloss shine.

detail of fur spirals and dreamcatcher on peace pipeThe buffalo symbolizes abundance. The rabbit totem is an instrument of magic and good luck. He brings success and a good attitude to all endeavors. Rabbit is also a symbol of reproduction and abundance. The lesson is to create joy and faithfulness within our friendships, and go forward with anticipation.

Not produced by or the product of a particular Indian or indian tribe as defined by 26 USA - 605 et Seq

This peace pipe is made with a polished buffalo horn and wood pipe stem. Overall, this buffalo horn pipe is about 20" long.

It is wrapped in white buckskin and has a spiral of white rabbit fur running the length of the pipe stem. A white dreamcatcher hangs off the stem. The long fringes are decorated with glass crow beads, simulated eagle feathers, and white turkey feathers.

The buffalo horn bowl shown is representative. Coloring on individual horns will vary from solid black to black with white patches, usually at the top of the horn. (See the buffalo horns in our craft section for more examples.) The outside of the horn is polished to a high gloss shine.

detail of fur spirals and dreamcatcher on peace pipeThe buffalo symbolizes abundance. The rabbit totem is an instrument of magic and good luck. He brings success and a good attitude to all endeavors. Rabbit is also a symbol of reproduction and abundance. The lesson is to create joy and faithfulness within our friendships, and go forward with anticipation.

Not produced by or the product of a particular Indian or indian tribe as defined by 26 USA - 605 et Seq

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