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    This unique Bear and Eagle- Antler Carving has an eagle head and bear head carved on two of the front tines. There is a longhouse carved on back of the antler. Carving is set won a wooden base.
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    Two Row Wampum-Antler Carving By Hayden Haynes This white tail deer carving features an eagle head with a flowing, wrapped, two row wampum belt. The carving is free standing. Hayden Haynes, 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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    Everlasting Tree Wampum Belt- Antler Carving By Hayden Haynes Eagle head with feathers carved on a white tail deer antler. On the backside, flowing downwards, the Everlasting Tree wampum belt is carved. The carving is set into a wooden base. Hayden Haynes, from the Seneca Nation, is a highly skilled, award winning antler carver. His work is collected by museums and private collectors across the country.
  • Eagle- Antler Carving By John Redeye This beautiful white tail deer antler carving has an eagle head with feathers. Along the antler it is spiral carved. The carving is affixed to its base which is a white tail deer antler. 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.
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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.