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    Rawhide Owl Rattle

    Rawhide Owl Rattle

    This rawhide rattle features a beautifully hand painted face of a wise owl on one side and is plain rawhide on the reverse. In North America, the symbolism of the owl varies among indigenous tribes. The Pueblo peoples considered them baleful; the Navajo believed them to be the restless, dangerous ghosts of the dead. The Pawnee and Menominee, on the other hand, related to them as protective spirits, and Tohono O'Odham medicine singers used their feathers in healing ceremonies.   This rattle's bowl is filled with natural corn and the handle is wrapped with soft buckskin leather and decorative fur trim. Nice strong sound. Made in the USA.

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    $49.00

  2. Rawhide Hummingbird Rattle

    Rawhide Hummingbird Rattle

    This rawhide rattle features a beautifully hand painted hummingbird on one side and plain rawhide on the other.  The rattle bowls are filled with corn and the handle is wrapped with soft buckskin leather and decorative fur trim. Made in the USA.  

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    $49.00
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    Rawhide Grizzly Bear Rattle

    Rawhide Grizzly Bear Rattle

    This rawhide rattle features a beautifully hand painted Grizzly Bear walking on paws, front left leg lifted in mid-step.  It is filled with natural corn and the handle is wrapped with soft buckskin leather and decorative fur trim.  Nice strong sound.  Handmade in USA.

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    $49.00

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    Rawhide_Gray_Wolf_Rattle

    Rawhide Gray Wolf Rattle

    This rawhide rattle features a beautifully hand painted gray wolf, sometimes called timber wolf, on one side and is plain rawhide on the other.  The rattle bowl is filled with corn and the handle is wrapped with soft buckskin leather and decorative fur trim. Many peoples throughout the world respected and thought very positively of wolves.  Among the various peoples and tribes of North America, wolf represents not only creation, but also death and rebirth.  Wolf is also seen as a teacher-animal to the peoples of California and the Great Plains.  They saw the wolf retreat into the mountains and hills to get away from humans, and made the connection between wolves and high places (in other words, spirit).  In the Lakota language, the word for wolf, sunkmanitu, means divine dog.  Rattle is handmade in the USA.  

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    $49.00

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    Rawhide Eagle Silhouette Rattle

    Rawhide Eagle Silhouette Rattle

    This rawhide rattles feature beautifully hand painted silhouette of an eagle against a orange sky.  They are filled with corn and finished with soft buckskin leather and decorative fur trim. 

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    $49.00
  6. Rawhide_Bald_Eagle_Rattle

    Rawhide Bald Eagle Rattle

    This rawhide rattles feature beautifully hand painted Bald Eagle.  They are filled with corn and finished with soft buckskin leather and decorative fur trim. 

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    $49.00

  7. Peruvian_Maracas_Painted

    Peruvian Maraca Painted

    Our hand painted percussion maracas are hand crafted in Peru.  Shamans may sometimes use maracas or rattles to invoke the gods, dispel evil spirits and bring joy to the listeners. Sold Individually.

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    $10.00

  8. Peruvian_Maracas_-_Red

    Peruvian Maraca - Red

    Hand painted maracas from Peru. Sold Individually. Learn More
    $12.00

  9. Peruvian_Maracas_-_Green

    Peruvian Maraca - Green

    Our hand painted percussion maracas are hand crafted in Peru.  Shamans may sometimes use maracas or rattles to invoke the gods, dispel evil spirits and bring joy to the listeners.  Learn More
    $12.00

  10. Peruvian Gourd Rattle - Hummingbird / Eagle-Serpent

    Peruvian Gourd Rattle - Hummingbird / Eagle-Serpent

    This amazing ceremonial rattle is hand crafted using gourds from the Peruvian Amazon. This rattle features two images: that of Q'ente (Hummingbird) hovering before a flower, ready to pollinate and an image of both Anca (Eagle) and Amaru (Serpent) on the reverse side. Embellished with colorful cotton thread windings and the molted feathers of Amazon birds. A unique work of art with its own percussive sound.  Made in Peru.

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    $19.00

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