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This is a Native inspired handmade talking stick. It features driftwood with a natural hole in which dangles a large wooden bead. It is embellished with feathers which harmonize with the bead and repeat its colors.

Talking sticks are traditional tools used in councils and meetings. The speaker cannot be interrupted while holding the talking stick. When he has expressed his opinions, he hands the stick to another who then has the floor, etc. This affords respect to speakers, which is often missing in our culture.

I am not a member of nor representative of any Native tribe. I simply love to make ceremonial tools. I try to give them the reverence and respect that they deserve while making them.

My talking sticks have been purchased for use in corporate meetings, and some have been gifted to engaged couples!

Thank you so much for looking at this one.

Talking Stick with Wooden Bead Handmade Hand Crafted


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: driftwood, pheasant feathers, beads, rawhide lacing, fiber
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 202 reviews
  • Favorited by: 10 people