A smudge fan is used along with the burning of sage to cleanse the body or home from negative energy. Smudging can be found, in various forms, in almost every culture around the world as a means of spiritual cleansing.  While it is considered rude or unclean to blow the burning sage with ones mouth, it is more hygienic and efficient to use a fan. Native Americans believe the smudge fan, or spirit stick, is a symbol of spiritual communication and is reserved mainly for spiritual leaders.  While any fan will do, your ritual tools should be meaningful to you.  Many cultures believe that animals, rocks and trees store energy in their remains, which makes every element of your ritual fan important and personal, when using it for spiritual purposes. For that reason, our smudge fans are made from the highest quality natural materials (flora & fauna) to not only catch the eye but also ensure that it gives the best energy possible.

 

Our Black Peacock Smudge fan is designed with a spray of black ostrich feathers behind a row of 5 peacock eyes for maximum pop, accented with turquoise rooster feathers and a black fur hub. The handle is wraped in a genuine sweade leather grip with a buckskin string loop on the tip for hanging.

 

Ingredients:
Ostrich feathers
Rabbit fur
Genuine leather
Pine

 

Dimensions: 18”x14”
Length (from tip of the handle to longest feather): 18 inches
Wide: the breadth of feather spray: 14 inches

Blue Coral - Feather Smudge Fan

SKU: FAN-BLC
$37.99Price
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