We feature Authentic Native American made Peace Pipes.
We present 3 artist and several styles to choose from.
Enjoy your visit! Page last updated 07/30/14
These peace pipes are between 18 and 19 inches long. They are constructed with hand wrapped leather, beadwork, and Rabbit fur. Cut deer antler is used for for the bowl.
Lavern is a featured artist and is Lakota Sioux.
Peace Pipes by Lavern
This is a collection of very unique Pipes by Lavern Little. Lavern is a featured artist and is Lakota Sioux. Lavern hand paints his feathers and they have become a trademark of his peace pipes. These pipes use Full antler points sometimes as many as 4 are used in these pipes.
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This is a collection of Larger Pipes Lavern Little. He often usually has a medicine pouch or Leather wrapped wheel as additional trim on these pipes, and often uses Eagle claw and hand carved eagle heads in the bowls. Laverne is a featured artist and is Lakota Sioux. Lavern hand paints his feathers and they have become a trademark of his peace pipes. They are usually over 24" long.
These Peace pipes feature bowls made from Translucent orange Alabaster found near Bryce Canyon, Utah. They feature bands of embedded Turquoise and other Minerals. Each has a river reed stem harvested from the Grand Canyon wrapped in Buckskin. These pipes are generally between 8 and 10 inches long.
$60.00 - 85.00 Peace pipes by Jake Stone
$60 Pipes are smaller beaded pipes sometimes with leather straps. Fur is most often deer.
They are usually between 15 an 17 inches long.
$85.00 Peace pipes are generally 20" long and up and generally feature very fancy Antlers. Several forked antler Peace Pipes are available here that can sit on a table top or shelf.
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