Creek Indian Inlaid Pipe Tomahawk
A commissioned piece:
- Hand forged head replicated from an original Creek tomahawk located in a museum
- The head has a straight sided bowl with a hand-filed rope design bordering both ends (at the opening and back). The neck is stepped with a chevron where it meets the eye.
- The eye of this tomahawk is round with a blade molding and a curved leading edge. The underside of the blade has two notches where the eye and blade adjoin.
- The hickory handle has been hand shaped and drilled with three pierced pewter bands, meaning the wood protrudes through the band like the original.
- The pewter mouthpiece has four rectangular piercings that display the handle wood through the pewter.
- Th handle was stained a deep red simulating the finish of the original
- The head has been aged and rubbed back emulating the patina of the original as well.
- Stamped with touch-mark
Creek Indian Inlaid Pipe Tomahawk: SOLD
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