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Native American Peace Pipe Buffalo Ceremonial Smoker

SKU: 0345-20849-NC

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Retail Price: $699.99

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Peace Pipe

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  • Peace Pipe
  • Indian Peace Pipe
  • Traditional Peace Pipe
  • Navajo Native American Stone Carver Andy Abeita & Wife
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Traditional Native American Buffalo Peace Pipe

This high quality Carved Buffalo Pipe Stone Indian Peace Pipe was masterfully hand carved by Navajo Indian artist Andy Abeita. An impressive carved Pipe Stone bowl is attached to a wooden stem wrapped in soft, genuine Buckskin. The bowl measures 3/4" in width, 2" in height, and 2-3/4" in length. This ceremonial Peace Pipe is adorned with feathers, reddish brown rabbit fur, wooden beads, trade beads, hand strung, vibrant seed beads, leather fringe, and a medicine bag. This eye-catching peace pipe is 23" long.

Always handmade, the bowl & trim will vary from the photo. This no longer includes an antler mouthpiece as seen in the main photo.

Additional Information
Native Made Yes
One of a Kind No
Pipe Head Material Pipestone
Pipe Size No
Tribe Isleta Pueblo
Artist Andy Abeita
Made in the USA with Pride!

We understand the true value and nature of hand crafted Indian art. And, we recognize that it is important to know that the artist is truly a member of a Native American tribe. So, to ensure you that this is the real deal, a Certificate of Authenticity has been included with this item.

CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC NATIVE AMERICAN

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