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Smudging Kits

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The Sacred Pipe book Black ElkSmudging - The Sacred Smoke Bowl Blessing

Smudging is a common, contemporary term for "The Sacred Smoke Bowl Blessing", a traditional Native American ceremony that uses the smoke from burning herbs for purification. Read more about Smudging.

Authentic Native American Indian Sacred Smoke Bowl Blessing Smudge Kit

Kangi Pejuta (Raven Crow Medicine) - SK34

$55 plus s/h          

  • Smudge Bowl - one abalone shell approximately 5" long
  • Feather - one CF74 Lakota-made faux Raven/Crow feather 15" long; buckskin wrapped handle and fringe (more feather details here)
  • White Sage - three 3" to 4" bundles
  • Sweet Grass - one 20" braid

Paula says: "This smudge kit contains a prayer feather made by Oglala Lakota, Alan Monroe. Each feather is hand made so will vary slightly from the one pictured. As a bonus I'll choose four gemstones from what I have on hand to send along with your smudge kit."


Native American Indian Sacred Smoke Bowl Blessing Smudge Kit

Simple Smudge Kit - SK35

  $30 plus s/h     

  • Feather - One CF75 9" faux eagle feather (more feather details here)
  • White Sage - one ounce bag of leaves and clusters
  • Sweet Grass - one 20" braid
  • Smudge bowl - abalone shell approximately 5" long
  • Gemstones - four of our choice, will vary from those pictured.

"This simple smudge kit will get you started and are priced so you can purchase one for every room in your home or office. Each feather is hand made so will vary slightly from the one pictured. I'll choose four gemstones from what I have on hand to send along with your smudge kit."


Sacred Smoke Bowl Blessing Cigar Box Smudge Kit

Sacred Pipestone Bowl Smudge Kit

Sacred Pipestone Smudge Kit - SK36

$90 plus s/h   

  • Dark Catlinite Bowl - approximately 3 1/2" x 4" with a 2 1/4" diameter bowl (stone coloration, size and shape will vary from the one shown). (read more about Sacred Red Pipestone from Minnesota - read about Lakota artist Alan Monroe
  • Feather - one Lakota "eagle" prayer feather approximately 15" long; buckskin fringe and handle, wrapped with black sinew (white turkey feather hand painted to look like eagle feather - more feather details here)
  • California White Sage - two bundles 8" to 9" long
  • Canadian Sweet Grass - one braid 18" to 20" long (Native hand picked, not cut, in Saskatchewan, Canada)
  • one large pipestone bead with hole drilled;
    one turquoise bead with hole drilled;
    four tumbled gemstones; (beads and stones will vary from the ones pictured)

Native American Indian Sacred Smoke Bowl Blessing Smudge Kit

Lakota Prayer Feather Smudge Kit - SK22

$55 plus s/h          

  • Smudge Bowl - one abalone shell approximately 5" long
  • Feather - one SF845 Lakota-made faux eagle feather 15" long; buckskin wrapped handle and fringe (more feather details here)
  • White Sage - three 3" to 4" bundles
  • Sweet Grass - one 20" braid

Paula says: "This smudge kit contains a prayer feather made by Oglala Lakota, Alan Monroe. Each feather is hand made so will vary slightly from the one pictured. As a bonus I'll choose four gemstones from what I have on hand to send along with your smudge kit."


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Alan Monroe - Lakota

Alan Monroe creates his Northern Plains artwork from hides, stone, leather, and wood. He learned the basics of quill working, weaponry, sculpting and pipe making from traditional and contemporary artisans in his family circle. He is a fifth generation pipe maker and considered by many to be a master pipe maker. In his sculptures, Monroe works with a variety of materials such as pipestone, bone, wood and alabaster. He creates small objects like fetishes to large pieces than can weigh hundreds of pounds.

Al Monroe's work can be seen in many galleries and museums across the country and he has won many awards. Al Monroe was born in Hot Springs , South Dakota and is an enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe. He graduated from Hot Springs High School and studied business and art in Nebraska, Tennessee, and South Dakota.

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horsekeeping.com customer commentsCustomer Comments

"Just a note to say thanks, the smudge kit arrived safe and sound. Much appreciation." - G from Australia


"I received my feather smudge fan yesterday. It is beautiful. Thank you." - Lee

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