These antler pipes made by the Navajo. The pipe bowls are mostly carved from white tail or mule deer antler or occasionally elk antler. They have copper stems, a wood bead mouthpiece, and a jute strap. They are decorated with deerskin leather, turkey fluff feathers, wrapped decorated glass beads, and trim beads of bone, horn, or brass. They are 7" long, 0.5" wide, and 1.5" to 2" tall. They weigh 1.8 oz.
||Navajo Antler Pipe
Genus and species of deer: Odocoileus virginianus (white tail) or Odocoileus hemionus (mule). Wild.
Genus and species of elk: Cervus canadensis. Wild.
Genus and species of turkey: Meleagris gallopavo. Ranch.
Deer, elk, and turkey are not endangered species and are not subject to CITES controls.
A USFWS export permit is required for all shipments outside the USA.
Native Made in the USA