eBay Find of the Week – Peyote Beaded Pow Wow Fan Handle

By Paul G on December 13, 2012
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Up for auction is the beautiful beaded fan handle that I just finished.  Can be used for  a Peyote fan or for a pow-wow fan.  It is made with #13 beads.  Has tip that unscrews for easy removal of the top fan for storage.  The beaded portion is 3 1/2 inches long and with 7 1/4″ of twisted white leather fringe.  Very nice color combination.

Absolutely a beautiful handle, you won’t be disappointed.

Click here to bid now!



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