Red Pipestone Tomahawk Pipe 11″


Handcrafted by Darwin Wallenburg

1 in stock (can be backordered)

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This is a personal tomahawk pipe made out of the much sought after spotted Pipestone or Catlinite.
The stone pipe bowl measures app 3-1/2″ long and it is 2-3/8″ tall. Attached to the stem, the total length is approximately 11″ long.
The etchings on the pipe all have meaning. The eagle feather staff or Native American Flag is depicted on each side of the pipe. This is what you would see during the grand entry of a powwow. The feathers on the one side of the pipe are called friendship feathers and represent any two people who are extremely close to each other. This could be husband and wife, 2 brothers, a father or son, 2 best friends, or any relationship where 2 people have a special bond. The trees on the other side can signify a couple of different things. The first story I heard is that it represents a family that continues to grow and get bigger as the years go by. It can also represent a person’s life, as he/she grows from a child through adulthood.
All pipes come standard with a beaded California Redwood Stem unless otherwise noted.
When purchasing multiple items, it may be necessary for us to adjust your shipping charges. If that is the case, we will contact you before we do so. We are always happy to combine shipping when possible.
International buyers should contact us for an accurate shipping quote.
All shipping prices are for USA shipping only.
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Additional information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 2 × 6 in


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