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Replical Kiowa Arrow

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Added Date: Apr 18, 2022 @ 12:23pm
Gallery: Allely Arts
Price: $110.00 Status: Sold
Dimensions: 26 3/8"
This replica Kiowa arrow is copied after an original one. The shaft is made from a shoot of wild rose and has a 'V' shaped flared bow string nock typically seen on the Southern Plains that helped facilitate the pinch grip arrow released used by the Kiowa. The shaft is also grooved with three mostly straight lines which when fire hardened help keep the shaft from warping. The iron trade point is more of a southern plains style and is made out of an old barrel hoop and lashed in with sinew. The cresting is old laundry bluing which was common on the southern plains and red pigment which I found along an old wagon road where a crate of red pigment had fallen off and broken open many years ago. Fletch are peacock hen wing feathers which resemble raptor feathers and are wrapped down with sinew with inserted 'fluffs" added in the front. and glued down to the shaft with hide glue . Southern plains arrows are often much sleeker than the central or Northern plains arrows.
 
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