Some of the more intricate and decorative tomahawks tended to differ greatly, with some even possessing distinctive and unique blades. This Fleur De Les Steel Pipe Hawk is a perfect example of this, as it features a very distinctive looking edge. For the most part, this tomahawk is rather typical of any other axe, possessing a straight hardwood handle and a carbon steel head, although the shape of the carbon steel head is what sets this axe apart from all the others. Instead of a typical flat or curved axe head, this hawk features an arrow-shaped axe-bit, one that slopes in and tapers to a point. Cut out of the center of the distinctive axe head is a heart-shape, while just behind the axe-blade is a pair of curling steel off-shoots, which add a bit more distinctive flare to this axes form. The axe head is mounted on a hardwood haft and features, on its reverse, a shaped pipe bowl poll, which connects to a channel in the pipes haft. This channel leads all the way down to a small pipe mouth piece, which extends from the bottom of the pipes haft. It might not be the most functional of weapons, but it was not crafted to be. With its impressive look and its pipe function, this Fleur De Les Steel Pipe Hawk was obviously designed to be more of a decorative item, one that would accent its owners look and status.
- Blade is Crafted from Carbon Steel
- Axe Head is Fitted onto a Hardwood Handle
- Has a Distinctive Fleur De Lys Styled Blade
- Features a Shaped Pipe Bowl Poll
- Possesses a Small Pipe Mouthpiece at End of Axe Haft
- A Great Ceremonial Item, Personal Accessory, or Display Piece