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Native American Antler Drum.

Navajo Antler Buffalo Frame Drums

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These Navajo Native American frame drums are handmade by a Navajo drum maker in the Black Mountains of the Navajo Nation in Arizona. He is an artisan whose drum creations are inspired by traditional beliefs, especially the belief that one’s creativity is a reflection of nature. Spirit to him is the true impulse of his artistic gift as evident in his workmanship, meaningful symbols, and coordination and combining natural materials from his native land in North America. It is his hope that by sharing his talent, others will discover their own beat, rhythm, and relationship to all creation.
These drums are exceptional, not only in their design, but as well their resonant power. Each drum includes his signature circular tie, and elk antler for the handle. The elk antler creates a very firm grip for the holding the drum, and we are honored to offer this option. The resonance of the drums is pristine, and you are sure to enjoy. 

As with our Traditional Native American drums, we recommend the 18" size drums, for a full, rich tone, easy to hold and so are selling them exclusively in 18". These  drums are made with buffalo hide. The hoops are hand made cedar, and is lighter to hold than other 18" drums we offer.

These drums, as they are made in Arizona and hold up best in dry climates. We have asked specifically for these drums to be tied for more humid climates in mind, though if you are in a humid climate, you may need to dry out the drum in the sun, or with dry air, or applied heat, before using it for ceremony.