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Native American Rawhide Stone Tomahawk with Arrowhead by Navajo artist Goldtooth

SKU: 0097-253197-NC

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Availability: 8 In stock

Retail Price: $139.99

Sale Price: $77.00

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Quick Overview

This traditional Tomahawk measures 17-3/8" from the head to the end of the handle. The shaft is wrapped in soaked rawhide and accented with feathers, fur and an arrowhead. The stone head is securely attached to the top. Feathers and Rock may vary slightly from piece to piece. *

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This impressive traditional Tomahawk measures 17" from the head to the end of the handle. The shaft is wrapped in soaked rawhide and accented with contrasting feathers, fur and an arrowhead. The stone head is securely attached to the top. This artifact would make a fabulous gift. It is attractive in any setting and has the artistic character to stand alone or compliment similar pieces of collected works. Stone and feathers may vary slightly from piece to piece. You'll be getting one from the group of hand made Native American Tomahawks pictured.

Additional Information
Native Made Yes
One of a Kind No
Artist Marlin Goldtooth
Tribe Navajo
Circa (Year) 2000 and up
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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