Native American Navajo Made Rawhide Wrapped Spears
These Navajo weapons are handcrafted in the southwest. The wood staff is wrapped with rawhide and glass beads, then trimmed with wooden beads, antler, feathers, shell casings and horsehair. The ceremonial draped lances have wooden beads, antler, shell casings and feathers. All of these weapons have handmade metal tips. The six-footer unscrews for ease of shipping, making it two pieces, one at 47" and the other at 31" long. Each lance was created by Navajo artist Larry Cly and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.