Root Burl Club Passamaquoddy War Style
Root Burl Club Passamaquoddy War StyleNative Americans sought out young trees to use their root ends to make spiky clubs. This club comes from a natural tree with a burl at the root. The crafter etched and painted a Native American face on the end. Then the crafter painted the handle black and skillfully etched beautiful designs on the handle of this Club including a shield and a teepee.
You will see some original bark on the club end. Bark also remains on the handle end.
You will find this Root Burl Club a unique addition to your collection or your dance clothes! It is beautifully made!
This Club measures approximately 20" long and about 6.5" wide at the widest point across the top.
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