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Antler Peace Pipes
We have a huge array of Antler Peace Pipe made from genuine deer antler.
Tobacco in North America used to follow Indian trade routes long before Columbus had arrived, and smoking a pipe took on ritual and religious importance in many Indian tribes. The most famous Native American pipes are the long calumets or "peace pipes" of the Sioux and other Plains Indian tribes, which were made by attaching a wooden stem to a hand carved bowl made from pipestone or "catlinite." Other native pipe-making includes a small one piece stone and ceramic pipes usually of the Iroquois and Cherokee tribes. Wood and antler pipes were used mainly by the Southwest Indians and the post-Columbian tomahawk pipes have a metal pipe bowl and hatchet on opposite ends of the wooden stem.