Functional Peace Pipe
Replica Doubles as an Tomahawk
Cool Decoration and
Indian Peacepipes were used in ceremonial smoking and highlighted many important activities. Uses dignified many occasions including but not limited to:
Rallying forces for warfare, trading goods, ritual dancing,
medicine ceremonies (healing), to discuss war or peace, to negotiate for a bride, and settling disputes over land.
The pipes were smoked ceremonially whenever groups of Indians met. And used as a means of offering prayers.
This functioning reproduction's feature include 15" wood handle, 9" solid brass hatchet with classic engraved Indian designs.
Weight: 2.5 lbs.
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Native American ceremonial pipes have often been given the misnomer, "peace pipe"; this is a European construct based on only one type of pipe and one way it was used. Various types of ceremonial pipes have been used by multiple Native American cultures, with the style of pipe, materials smoked, and ceremonies being unique to the distinct religions of those nations. There were Calumets for everything from war and peace to commerce and trade to social and political decision-making