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Some of the (so called) primitive cultures around the world still use natural materials for their quivers. This ranges from animal skins, tree bark or bamboo, or a combination of each. The quivers I make are made from entirely natural materials.

The quiver can take a number of weeks to complete, please contact us to discuss, including whether you would like belt or back mounted.

Arrows not included, can purchased individually or as sets.

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Weight 1500 g


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