Dennis Whiteface's warclubs are among his top selling items. Lakota warriors used stone war clubs for hundreds of years prior to the arrival of Western settlers and trappers. Traditionally, the shorter the handle of the war club, the braver the warrior was because he was not afraid to get close to his enemy.
The warclub is made on a dowel. The handle is wrapped with rabbit fur and woven leather. The stone head is bound to the shaft with leather and sinew. The width at the stone is approximately 5". The warclub measures 16.25" long and the tassels are 7.5" long.