Powder-Horn-AH3952

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SKU: A - AH3952
B - AH3951
C - AH3911
D - AH3909
E - AH3918
F - AH3903
G - AH3901
H - AH3925
I - AH3923
J - AH3924
K - AH3904
L - AH3905
M - AH3902
N - AH3919A
O - AH3920
P - AH3921
Q - AH3912
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Product Name:
A - Powder Horn
B - Powder Horn with Valve
C - Peace Pipe Diamond Steel Edge
D - Peace Pipe Diamond Bleeding Steel Edge
E - Peace Pipe Brass Hawk
F - Marble Reproduction Axe
G - French Trader Peace Pipe Hawk
H - Fleur De Les Steel Pipe Hawk
I - Red Indian Pipe Axe
J - Frontier Steel Pipe Axe
K - Iroquois T’hawk
L - Sioux `Fleur’ Axe
M - French Chippewa Axe
N - French Chippewa (Brass Heart)
O - Sioux ‘Fleur’ Axe
P - Iroquois T’hawk
Q - Wooden Peace Pipe

SKU:
A - AH3952
B - AH3951
C - AH3911
D - AH3909
E - AH3918
F - AH3903
G - AH3901
H - AH3925
I - AH3923
J - AH3924
K - AH3904
L - AH3905
M - AH3902
N - AH3919A
O - AH3920
P - AH3921
Q - AH3912


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Features

  • Powder horns are made of real water buffalo horn
  • Axes and peace pipes have hardwood handles
  • Axe heads are hand forged of iron or carbon steel



Description

The originals of these items were primarily associated with the colonization of the North American continent.

The powder horns are of water buffalo horn, with wood, brass, and leather detailing as appropriate.

All axe heads are handmade to exacting specifications appropriate for their type. The axe handles are all of hardwood.




Historical Period

Prior to Europeans coming to North America, steel was unknown. The axes and weapons used by the settlers were a wonder to the original residents, and highly desirable for their durability and versatility.

Inspiration

Original Culloden targe in the Royal Armouries Museum

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A similar targe is on display at the National Museum of Scotland.