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Peace Pipes

We have an large selection of authentic American Indian made Peace pipes.  The largest I've seen on the Internet!
We feature three artist in our Peace Pipe collection, their work is exceptional.

This page shows just a few of the many Peace pipes we have in stock by these artist.
Click on the links below each artist's section to see their whole collection.
Enjoy your browsing!
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Peace pipes by
Lavern Little  (Laverne is Dakota Sioux)
Click here to see more Peace pipes by Lavern

Peace pipe

  ~18 inches long,- $55.00
Peace Pipe contains beautiful wrapped leather,
Rabbit fur,  beads and a antler Bowl

Peace pipe

  ~21 inches long,- $110.00
Peace Pipe contains beautiful Rawhide leather wrapping,
Black yellow, red, and white colored beadwork.
Features hand painted feathers and an Antler mouthpiece.
This pipe will stand on a tabletop

Peace pipe

  ~18 inches long,- $55.00
Peace Pipe contains beautiful wrapped leather,
Rabbit fur,  beads and a antler Bowl

Peace pipe

  ~18 inches long,- $55.00
Peace Pipe contains beautiful wrapped leather,
Rabbit fur,  beads and a antler Bowl

Peace pipe

  ~24 inches long,- $130.00
Peace Pipe contains beautiful Rawhide leather wrapping,
White and Green colored beadwork.
Features hand painted feathers and an Antler mouthpiece.
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Peace pipe

  ~21 inches long,- $110.00
Peace Pipe contains beautiful Rawhide leather wrapping,
Black yellow, red, and white colored beadwork.
Features hand painted feathers and an Antler mouthpiece.

Peace pipePeace pipe
$230.00
Eagle head Peace pipe
  This pipe is ~27 Inches long
The beads on this pipe are Dakota Sioux colors. Yellow, black, red, and white and are antiqued
This pipe features a Eagle head  hand carved from a deer antler
a Antler mouthpiece and Lavern's Trademark painted feathers!
This pipe has a dyed rawhide wrap.


Peace pipePeace pipe

 $230.00
Eagle Claw Peace pipe
This pipe is ~26 Inches long with antler mouthpiece
This pipe features a Large bird claw grasping the functional antler bowl .
It Includes Dakota Sioux colored antiqued beadwork (red, black, white, and yellow) and Lavern's Trademark painted feathers!
This pipe has a Rawhide Stitched wrap



Peace pipePeace pipe
$210.00
Eagle head Peace pipe
  This pipe is ~26 Inches long
The beads on this pipe are Red White and Blue
This pipe features a Eagle head  hand carved from a deer antler
a Antler mouthpiece and Lavern's Trademark painted feathers!
This pipe has a buckskin wrap




Peace pipePeace pipe
 $230.00
Eagle Claw Peace pipe
This pipe is ~26 Inches long with antler mouthpiece
This pipe features a Large bird claw grasping the functional antler bowl .
It Includes Dakota Sioux colored beads (red, black, white, and yellow) and Lavern's Trademark painted feathers!
This pipe has a Rawhide Stitched wrap


Peace pipePeace pipe
 $230.00
Eagle Head Peace pipe
This pipe is ~27 Inches long with antler mouthpiece
This pipe features a Eagle head  hand carved from a deer antler
It Includes Black, Red, Orange, Yellow, and White antiqued beadwork and Lavern's Trademark painted feathers!
This pipe has a natural Rawhide Stitched wrap


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$350.00
2 piece Soapstone Peace pipe with hand carved Bear!
  This pipe is 34.5 Inches long!
The beads on this pipe are Red, Yellow, Black, and White.
This pipe features a hand carved Soapstone Bowl and Bear fur
an Antler mouthpiece and Lavern's Trademark painted feathers!
This pipe has a Buckskin Wrapping
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Lavern is Dakota Sioux. 
His peace pipes feature Antlers and real beads.
He uses Elk fur mostly but also Chinchilla and Bear.   Many of his pipes are wrapped in snake skin.

Click here to see more Peace pipes by Lavern





Peace pipes by Marlin Goldtooth, Navajo.
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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. 
Feathers are Real Bronze wild Turkey
Alabaster pipe
$90.00
4"x 1.4" alabaster, 9" with stem
Click here to see more of Marlin's Peace pipes


Definition: This is one the best known Native American symbols. The Dakota name chanupa
means 'reed' (calumet means reed in French, and was used as an insult to native Canadians).
 The phrase 'peace pipe' originates with western settlers who observed its use during peace negotiations.






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