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  • Smudge Bowls & Smudging Feathers - Taos Herb

    Smudge Bowls and Feathers , the bowl or shell should be filled with sand or a flat stone to prevent over heating the container The smoke is often 'washed' over the person or object with a smudging feather or by fanning the smoke with one's hand , Many are made exclusively for Taos Herb Company by our Native American friends Image .

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  • Soapstone: The soft rock with incredible heat properties!

    Some Soapstone History People have quarried soapstone for thousands of years Native Americans in eastern North America used the soft rock to make bowls, cooking slabs, smoking pipes, and ornaments as early as the Late Archaic Period (3000 to 5000 years ago) [1]

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  • Authentic Native American Stone Bowl And Pestle For Sale ,

    If you are looking for the best deal possible on Authentic Native American Stone Bowl And Pestle there is only one place to go, Ebay There are litterally thousands of Authentic Native American Stone Bowl And Pestle and Authentic Native American Stone Bowl And Pestle accessories for sale on Ebay each and every day

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  • Native American Indian Paint Pot Small Stone Bowl Shaped ,

    There are litterally thousands of Native American Indian Paint Pot Small Stone Bowl Shaped Artifact and Native American Indian Paint Pot Small Stone Bowl Shaped Artifact accessories for sale on Ebay each and every day

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  • Stone Artifacts - Native American Indian Baskets, Basketry

    Stone Artifacts California mortars, ceremonial and cooking bowls, and pestl Plus, other stoneware artifacts

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  • Museum quality Native American Weapons for sale, apache ,

    native american weapons, bow and arrows, tomahawks, shields, atlatls, knives, misc for sale This webpage contains an online catalog of antique Native American bows, arrows, tomahawks, kniv We're constantly updating the website

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  • Iroquois Soapstone Pipe Bowls - Chichester, Inc

    NOTE: No sales of Native American Peace Pipes or other pipes to anyone under the age of 18 Valid ID is required prior to purchase at our discretion Our pipe bowls are carved from soapstone by an Iroquois artist and can be used with our wood pipe stems to make your own pip

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  • Fetishes - Native American Indian carvings of animals or ,

    A fetish is a Native American Indian carving of an animal or a revered God believed to have special power Many Native American tribes create and use fetishes of which the most renowned fetish carvers are the Zuni tribe, who call themselves Asiwi (Ah-she-wee)

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  • Native American Crafts & Supplies, Eagle Feather Trading ,

    Pipestone Pipes Made of Catlinite (Pipestone)from the sacred quarries in Minnesota, these beautiful pipes are handcrafted by Indians Each bowl is specifically designed for the pipe and the stems are decorated with burnings, feathers and/or beadwork

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  • Matoska Trading Company - Finished , - Native American Goods

    Pipes & Bowls We offer a fine selection of Plains style pipes that are suitable for collections or for ceremonial purpos You won't find any "interpretive" pipes here ,

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  • Lakota Pipestone Catlinite Ceremonial L Pipe

    According to Native American tradition, once a pipe has been smoked and blessed the first time, the bowl and stem of the pipe should only be joined for smoking When they are joined, during smoking, the spirit of the pipe is released

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  • Marble Fruit Bowls, Decorative Stone Bowls, Large Onyx ,

    These versatile black, gray, white marble and stone bowls can be used as serving bowls for nuts, candy and snacks, make a large marble fruit bowl, or can stand alone for an impressive stone bowl centerpiece and home decor bowl accent

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  • Museum Quality Native American Products for sale ,

    Antique stone peacepipe Great Native American collectible from Wyoming Beautiful beaded peace pipe Great patina , Antique Kiowa Bow more than a hundred years old from a Museum sale in New Mexico Bow is fragile but has great patina and displays well , Beaded pipe with Elkhorn bowl This is a native American beaded pipe with elk horn .

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  • What Are Native American Grinding Stones? | Reference

    A Native American grinding stone was a tool used to grind various foods, such as corn or acorns, to prepare them for cooking The stones were part of a two-piece tool set consisting of a ,

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  • Indian Mortar: Native American US | eBay

    You are looking at a primitive Native American Indian stone carved bowl This was part of my late parents extensive antique collection that lasted for more than 50 years

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  • Authentic Native American Stone Bowl And Pestle For Sale ,

    If you are looking for the best deal possible on Authentic Native American Stone Bowl And Pestle there is only one place to go, Ebay There are litterally thousands of Authentic Native American Stone Bowl And Pestle and Authentic Native American Stone Bowl And Pestle accessories for sale on Ebay each and every day

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  • Peace Pipes - Kicking Wolf Gallery

    The stone bowls were carved in a wide variety of shapes, such as T-pipes, elbows, and human or animal effigies, and they were often decorated with inlaid designs of lead ,

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  • Smudge Bowls & Smudging Feathers - Taos Herb

    The act of smudging is done with a bowl or Abalone Shell with the appropriate herbs directly lit or burned on a coal or Charcoal Tablet When using charcoal tablets, the bowl or shell should be filled with sand or a flat stone to prevent over heating the container

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  • Indian Stone Bowls - antiques - by owner - collectibles sale

    Two native American stone bowls and one grinding pin $1000

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  • Peace Pipes - NativeAmericanVault

    The Native American Peace Pipe is more properly coined the "Sacred Pipe" by American IndiansOften used in a religious ceremony, the Peace Pipe is smoked to seal a covenant or treaty, or to offer prayers to the four directions It is not restricted to being used only by Native Americans, but as a symbolic and sacred thing, it must be respected by everyone

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  • Pueblo Pottery For Sale | Native American Pottery | Pueblo ,

    Southwest Native American Indian Pottery for sale! Hopi pottery, Santa Clara Pueblo pottery, Acoma Pueblo pottery, Jemez Pueblo pottery, Laguna Pueblo pottery, San Ildefonso Pueblo Pottery, Santo Domingo Pueblo pottery, Isleta Pueblo Pottery, and Navajo pottery available for sale

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  • Authentic Lakota Pipestone Ceremonial Smoking Pipes

    According to Native American tradition, once a pipe has been smoked and blessed the first time, the bowl and stem of the pipe should only be joined for smoking When they are joined, during smoking, the spirit of the pipe is released

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  • Native American Stone Bowl For Sale - Indian Artifacts Today

    Get your native american stone bowl right now online! Browse our broad group of Native American Stone Bowl available on sale today!

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  • Lakota Creations - Native American Ceremonial Pipes

    Lakota Creations is a small business owned and operated by a 5th generation pipemaker that specializes in Native American Ceremonial Pip (Other items also)

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  • Stone Artifacts - Native American Indian Baskets, Basketry

    Stone Artifacts California mortars, ceremonial and cooking bowls, and pestl Plus, other stoneware artifacts

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  • Native American Stone Tools by cyberrug

    Native American Stone Artifacts, Axe Heads, Celts, Hand held Scrapers Minimum Sale Purchase is $2000 , found in association with Native American stone tools, Native Americans worked fossilized shark's teeth the same way they would any other stone, in this case, each tooth has been modified in the same way by removing the top half of the .

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  • Native American Indian Antiques & Artifacts for Sale ,

    Pipes of the Plains Indians were often constructed of a wooden stem joined with a carved stone bowl or pipestone, while other native pipe making traditions included one-piece stone and ceramic pipes of the Iroquois and Cherokee, and wood or antler pipes used by the Southwest Indians

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