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    John Redeye Moose Antler Carving With Hiawatha Belt Large antler carving features a face protruding from the base of the antler with hair flowing across the palm. Hiawatha belt cut out on the palm of the antler. Next to the Hiawatha belt is a cut out medicine wheel. The tines of the antler feature carved ears of corn. The carving represents that past and present. John Redeye, from the Seneca Nation, is a highly skilled, award winning antler carver. His work is collected by museums and private collectors across the country.
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    This beautiful Lacrosse- Antler Carving Made By John Redeye pays tribute to the game lacrosse. Lacrosse, as it is know as today, was a game that originated by a game played by indigenous people long ago. Over time the game and meaning has evolved into a sport and in regards to the sport, has lost its meaning. This carving shows a face and alongside the antler are 6 Lacrosse sticks for the 6 Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy.