This approximate .75" x .5" charm, for all ages, shaped as an Arrowhead, is handcrafted of lead free pewter. You can put it on a bracelet or make it into your own necklace.
Arrowheads, though popularized by Native Americans, have been used by humans for thousands of years. The first arrowheads were made of stone or or sharpened bone, and were usually attached to the end of a spear or arrow. Around the time of the Greeks and Romans, arrowheads were being made of bronze, which made the more curable, thereby more formidable weapons. In 2010, a record sized arrowhead was discovered in a Kentucky creek, butting KY in the archaeological spotlight for arrowhead finds.