Roach Spreader Two Point


Handmade Moose Antler Roach Spreader Two Point

Add this Roach Spreader Two Point to your powwow regalia, or to your collection of accessories! The artist hand carved this petite spreader from moose antler.  It features a two pronged end that looks somewhat like a deer or moose foot.  The artist added a single outline and small dots along the scalloped edges.  Use the hole at the end for your scalp lock and the socket to hold your feather.

Roach Spreaders are required to spread the front hair of your roach.   Native American crafters make them from metal, antlers from moose or elk, and sometimes plastic.  They may add carved, etched, stamped or painted decorations to them.  There are different types of roach spreaders for different types of  Native American dances.

This Roach Spreader Two Point measures about  3.75  inches long   and just over  1  inch wide at the widest point.  This spreader is in new condition.  One of a Kind!

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