|Project by knottysticks||posted 801 days ago||1770 views||4 times favorited||14 comments|
I really just had to give a tomahawk a try. This is a Craig Barr [deermountainforge] forged tomahawk head. He really does outstanding work, and quick shipping [although you do pay for it]. The handle is made from walnut with poured in place pewter caps on the top and bottom of the handle. The hole for the leather wrist strap is lined with metal. The leather wrist strap itself has a carved antler button with antique’d copper wrapped as a tie. The leather collar has glass beads , hand beaded by E Gareau, supporting a feather drop of Pheasant feathers. The Pheasant feathers where collected from a coyote kill site. The leather sheath sports glass and wood beads off of the tip of the spike ’s cover. A small white tailed deer shed sits on top of drift wood to hold the head of the tomahawk and mule deer antler holds the bottom. I still can’t decide if I should add brass tacks and carve hand grooves on the handles, which where used as decorations on the old hawks.
Handle – walnut, pewter, tubing.
Collar – glass beads, leather, Pheasant feathers.
Sheath – Leather, glass + wood beads, antler button, copper wire.
Stand – Drift wood, white tailed deer + mule deer antler.
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