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Handcrafted deer rawhide naturally dyed with Black Walnut 


The hide is a mature doe female deer from the Lake Couchiching Ontario region


Ideal for making handdrums, rattles, lacing and other forms of art. For crafters the possibilities are endless!


To achieve this striking matte black colour the hide is dyed in 3 rounds of black walnut dye


A testiment to the beauty of deer, black walnut dye and the artistry of hide work


*PLEASE NOTE: Rawhides cannot be shipped to the United States*


Handcrafted by artist Hunter Cascag



(averaged some areas of wider and taller)

-33inches wide

-37 inches long


The rawhide  underwent many stages of skilled labour:

-Storing hide  during fall hunting season

-Removing flesh and meat

-Soaking to remove dirt and blood

-Soaking in Lime

-Removing Hair

-Removing Membrane

-3 Rounds of Black Walnut Dye

-Thorough Rinsing

-Drying flat 

-Black walnuts were harvested and dried in the fall

Black Walnut Deer Rawhide - 2

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