The axe is typically thought of as a weapon of war and a useful tool, although that is not always the case. Take this Brass Peace Pipe Hawk, which has all the shape of a typical tomahawk, while featuring all the look of a decorative and ceremonial weapon. Oftentimes, a Native American warrior would have many tomahawks available to them. One (or possibly more) would be a personal tomahawk, which was reversed more for dress wear and ceremonial use, while the others were simpler and cruder, being designed as a weapon and treated as such. This hawk is one of the former, possessing a simple yet decorative appearance, thanks entirely to the stunning brass axe head. It is left simple and unadorned, giving it the appearance of a personal hawk of a warrior who has yet to prove themselves to their people. The reverse side of the axe features a shaped pipe bowl, which connects to a channel in the hollow hardwood handle and leads to a small pipe mouthpiece located at the base of the axes haft. Simple and straight forward, this Brass Peace Pipe Hawk is a novel little adornment for any brave to wear, as well as a great showpiece to include in your collection of historical arms and weapons.
- Blade is Crafted from Brass Metal
- Axe Head is Fitted onto a Hardwood Handle
- Features a Rich, Almost Yellow-Gold Look
- Possesses both an Axe Head and Pipe Bowl
- End of the Axe Has a Pipe Mouth Piece
- A Great Ceremonial Item, Personal Accessory, or Display Piece