This reproduction of a historical tomahawk pipe features brass bands and a long brass tip on the hardwood handle. The fully functional head has a pipe bowl on one side and a weeping heart cut out on the blade. The blade and bowl are hammered with a dot motif. This representation of America's frontier past is crafted with a head forged of high-carbon steel and hardwood shaft. Please note: This is not an authentic Indian-made product. Read more...
Historically. tomahawks were used as both weapons and ceremonial objects and were created in an astonishing variety of shapes. Some were plain, and some were ornate, but they were all used for war, torture, trade, and ritual, including sealing treaties and alliances.
- Overall: 24" long
- Head: 10-1/2" long from blade edge to pipe rim
- Cutting Edge: 3-3/8"
- Thickness: 3/16"
- Weight: 2 lbs / 3 oz