Antique Native American Indian

Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C

Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C
Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C
Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C
Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C
Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C
Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C
Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C
Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C
Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C
Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C
Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C
Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C

Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C

Period : end of 19th century Provenience : Rosebud Indian reservation. Description: blade in hand-forged iron with a typical bowl made of gun metal to insert tobacco. In the upper part a small chiselled brass rivet is inserted to close the air conduction hole - The shape of the blade is typical of the so-called Phase II period, datable in 1800.

The item "Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C" is in sale since Monday, January 15, 2018. This item is in the category "Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American".

The seller is "magellan9" and is located in Borgatello. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Australia.

  • Material: quill, wood, metal, animal tendons
  • Original/Reproduction: Original


Cheyenne pipe-tomahawk End of 19th C