Deerskin Quiver - Native American Art

Deerskin Quiver - Native American Art

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The quiver was a very important tool for the warrior and could be made from different materials such as leather, raw hide, the skin of a small animal or the bark of a tree. A quiver could hold up to three dozen arrows and be decorated with paintings, war amulets, fetishes and feathers. This quiver is fixed with a fox's jaw to equip the warrior with the fox's cunning, wooden disc beads to make him as fast as a deer, eagle feathers so that his arrows can fly with the safety of the eagle, crystal has a medicine known only to its owner, arrowhead for the common good and horsehair cut from the tail of his favorite war horse.

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