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Puma Ball-Headed War Club

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Ball-headed war clubs were used by the Eastern and Plains Indians during the 16th through 19th century, similar to the gunstock war club. Made from the rootball of a hardwood tree, these clubs were durable and efficient weapons.

This club is carved from a single piece of curly maple, oiled to a soft glowing finish. The head is carved with a stylized puma biting the 2.5" diameter ball. The eyes and teeth are painted, and the carved finger grip is wrapped in dyed red leather. The club is 20" long. 

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    About Larry Gotkin
    Artist & Registered AZ Architect
    Tucson, Arizona

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