The Algonquian Indians made tomahawks from stone, wood, and sinew. As the Europeans settled in North America, they traded or gifted metal blades to the natives. This Diamond Tomahawk Peace Pipe is inspired by those diplomatic gifts. Pipe tomahawks were symbolic of the choice Europeans and Native Americans faced when they met, one side showed the pipe of peace, the other an axe of war. Crafted from stainless steel, the axe head fits tightly over the wooden shaft. Steel diamond shapes ornament the handle above the black leather-wrapped grip. Tomahawk throwing has become a popular sport among reenactors, and this Diamond Tomahawk Peace Pipe will look right at home hanging from your belt, jutting out from a target, or on display on a wall or shelf.
This item cannot be returned or exchanged.
- Features pipe bowl opposite axe blade
- Diamond motifs decorate the shaft
- Handle is wrapped in leather for a secure grip
- Great for reenactment or display
- Stainless steel axe head
- Wood handle with leather wrapped grip
- Stainless steel ornaments secured with brass pins
- Overall Length: 19 Inches
- Axe Head Length: 6.875 Inches
- Sharpened Edge: 3 Inches