Native American Stone and Jawbone War Clubs.

War Clubs

All of our War Clubs are Native American made and come with a certificate of authenticity.

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Native American made Deer Spirit War Club #2.

Deer Spirit War Club

This Deer Spirit War Club/Dance Stick was handcrafted by well known and popular Creek artist, La Ne Ayo, who is considered a 'master artist'.

It is made with the jaw bone of a deer that has been professionally cleaned and prepared. The artist then scortched and highlighted it with brass tacks on both sides.

This item has an extended wooden handle which is decorated with pieces of either coyote or fox fur, leather bindings and fringe, along with vibrantly colored glass seed beads.

The drape features carved bone hair pipes and glass crow beads. It is finished off with pin feathers and genuine horse hair.

This piece measures 18" in length.

$54

Medium Stone Head War Club.

Medium Stone Head War Club

This 18" stone-head war club is wrapped in rawhide then decorated with rabbit fur, antler horn disc, feathers, horse hair and glass seed beads.

This club was created and crafted by Navajo artist, Leo Holiday.

$60

Large Stone Head War Club.

Large Stone Head War Club

A 22" stone-head war club wrapped in rawhide and decorated with rabbit fur, antler horn disc, feathers, horse hair, and glass seed beads.

This club was handcrafted by Navajo artist, Leo Holiday.

$90

Buffalo Jawbone War Club.

Buffalo Jaw Bone War Club

This Buffalo Jaw Bone War Club was handmade by La Ne Ayo of the Creek Nation.

It is wrapped in genuine buckskin leather and decorated with colorful crow beads, fringe and horse hair.

Horse hair means good luck to Native Americans. This was a powerful weapon and medicine men sometimes used them to make powerful medicine by shaking and rattling the teeth.

This War Club comes in four colors : antique, dark, light and white.

War Club Style

$50

Battle Born Buffalo War Club.

Battle Born Buffalo War Club

This battle born buffalo war club features a genuine buffalo jaw bone with an extended wooden handle, dressed with brightly colored seed beads and pieces of coyote or fox fur.

The buffalo jaw has been notched and stained. Decorative brass tacks are scattered about the entire club

It is finished with beaded fringe, beaded drape and horse hair. This club is decorated on both sides. Total length 23".

Leather, fur and bead colors will vary. Handmade by well known artist, La Ne Ayo of the Creek Nation.

$80

Battle Born Buffalo Jaw Bone with Dream Catcher.

Battle Born Buffalo Jaw Bone with Dream Catcher

Created by Creek artist, La Ne Ayo. This battle born buffalo war club with a dream catcher attached, features a genuine buffalo jaw bone with an extended wooden handle, dressed with brightly colored seed beads and pieces of coyote or fox fur.

The buffalo jaw has been notched and stained. Decorative brass tacks are scattered about the entire club

It is finished with beaded fringe, beaded drape and horse hair. This club is decorated on both sides. Total length 23".

Leather, fur and bead colors will vary.

$90

Skull Cracker.

Skull Cracker

This is a wicked weapon. The Apache called this a "Flop Head" or "Slingshot". The Sioux just call it a Skull Cracker.

This one is made by the Cherokee artist, Ondie. The shaft is made from cottonwood branch and is completely covered in hand sewn buckskin.

In the top is a large round stone, covered in leather as well with a piece of leather between the stone andshaft to allow the stone to flop around.

When the club was swung at en enemy, the stone gathers centrifugal force as well as the power of the warrior swinging it, so when the stone actually struck the enemy, more often that not, it was a one swing death weapon.

Total length is 29".

$165

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