Made To Order-Handmade Carved Wood Aki-Tanni Two Guns, Sarci Tribe - Native American Indian Wall Art

I have tried to capture the likeness of a photograph of Aki-Tanni Two Guns which was taken in 1927 he belonged to the Sarci/ Sarcee Tribe of the Northern American Plains Indians.

They were first mentioned by Matthew Cocking in 1772 due to the erection of a trading fort at Cumberland House, followed by others farther up the North Saskatchewan River which soon made them well-known to the traders.

Early in the nineteenth century the Indians of the section acquired horses and guns, intertribal warfare was increased to such an extent that several tribes united for mutual protection, and the Sarcee allied themselves for this purpose with the Blackfoot.

This carving has been sold which measured 20 1/2" wide x 14 x 34" long but I would be pleased to make a similar version for you either a smaller, larger or approximately the same size carving.

This piece was carved from reclaimed local wood and it will come to you ready to hang.

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Custom Orders are shipped within 10 to 12 business days.
If you purchase a piece which has already been made it will be shipped within 1-3 business days.

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