Traditionally a peace pipe is smoke to seal a covenant, treaty, or in religious ceremonies. Peace pipes were also called Calumets. Calumets were used to mark war and peace, as well as commerce and trade, and social and political decision-making. In ceremonial usage, the smoke is believed to carry prayers to the attention of the Creator or other powerful spirits. This Great Spirit Cheyenne Native American Tomahawk Peace Pipe is constructed of stainless steel with a satin finish and wooden handle. Cutout of the blade is a weeping or bleeding heart. There are many stories as to what the heart stands for and many variations of those stories. The handle is wrapped in faux leather with gold colored nails to accent the entire piece. This is a functional peace pipe with the pipe bowl and mouth piece constructed of polished aluminum. Be part of this proud sacred tradition and own your very own peace pipe.
Overall Length: 18.75 Inches
Blade Length: 3 Inches
Blade: Stainless Steel with Aluminum Pipe
Blade Thickness: 3 mm
Handle Material: Wood with Faux Leather Wrapping