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DECORATED TOMAHAWK w/HIDDEN DAGGERNobleWares Image of Decorated Tomahawk with Hidden Dagger CN211170
Tomahawks were general purpose tools used by Native Americans and European colonials alike, and often employed as a hand-to-hand or a thrown weapon. For the Natives and the frontiersmen alike, the Tomahawk was a very personal weapon and tool often inspiring carving and decorations adding meaning and significance to it's user. This decorated Tomahawk measures 8 3/4" overall with a 6" steel axe head and 3 1/2" cutting edge. As with many personalized items, creativity sometimes introduces hidden meaning or function, and this Tomahawk is no exception. Secured within the wooden black lacquer handle adorned with leather, feathers, and bead trim, this hawk reveals a 12" dagger with 6" steel blade. A powerful decoration and conversation piece, this Hawk inspires an ambience of the natural spirit of Native America and its Great Mysteries for all to share.
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Overall Length: 8 3/4"
Blade Length: 6"x 3 1/2"
Wood Handle w/ simulated fur trim
Feather and Bead decorations
Black Lacquer w/Leather Grip
12" Dagger Hidden within Grip
Dagger Blade is 6" steel
Weight: 1.3 lbs
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Pre-contact Native Americans lacked iron making technology, so tomahawks were not fitted with metal axe heads until they could be obtained from trade with Europeans.
The fur trade began in the 1500’s as an exchange between Indians and Europeans. The name "Tomahawk" came into the English language in the 17th century as an adaptation of the Powhatan (Virginian Algonquian) word.
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