The tomahawk is loosely inspired by originals made by the frontier blacksmith Joseph Jourdain in the first half of the 19th century. The beautifully browned head is traditionally forged and filed from gun barrel and high carbon steel with pewter dot inlays and engraved with the maker's touchmark on one side and date on the other. The is faux figured hickory handle is inlayed with both poured and hand set pewter inlays. The copper and brass headstock is also hot dipped in pewter. The handle is drilled for a functioning pipe. Measures 8inch x 21-1/2 inches. Available
Copy and Photography supplied by John Logan.