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Turtle Mound Flutes makes wooden, end-blown flutes in the Native American style. That is, they consist of two chambers. Air is blown into the "slow air chamber." It then passes through a "flue" (small passageway) that is located under the external attached "fetish" (also known as the bird, block, totem, and by other names) and hits the cutting edge of the "true sound hole," resonating in the long sound chamber. As we cut the "flue" between the two chambers into the top of the body of the flute, our flutes are generally considered in the woodlands style.

On this page you will find photos and descriptions of Native American Style Flutes that we currently have for sale. We also do custom work if there is a wood/key/theme that you would like. (Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for creation of custom flutes.) See the "more flutes" page for additional examples of our Native American Style Flutes.


Flutes Currently For Sale

Name Wood Fetish Key Cost
Awohali ("Eagle") Eastern Red Cedar Alaskan Yellow Cedar "Middle" Bm $300.00
Totsuwa ("Redbird") Alaskan Yellow Cedar Bloodwood "Middle" Bbm $300.00
Tluhdatsi ("Panther") Purpleheart Honey Mesquite "Middle" Bbm SOLD
Daksi ("Turtle") Black Walnut E. Indian Rosewood "Middle" Bbm SOLD
Tsula ("Fox") Bocote Bloodwood "Middle" Am SOLD
Waya Unega ("White Wolf") Ebony Silver Maple "Middle" Am $350.00
Tluhdatsi ("Panther") Padauk Osage Orange "Middle" Am $325.00
Daksi ("Turtle") Eastern Red Cedar E. Indian Rosewood "Middle" Am SOLD
Walela ("Hummingbird") Eastern Red Cedar Purpleheart "Middle" Am $300.00
Wahuhi ("Owl") Eastern Red Cedar Padauk "Middle" Am SOLD
Waya ("Wolf") Spalted Hackberry Mesquite "Middle" Am SOLD
Golanuh ("Raven") Ebony Cocobolo "Middle" Am $350.00
Waya ("Wolf") Black Walnut Silver Maple "Middle" Am SOLD
Tluhdatsi ("Panther") Sassafras Honey Mesquite "Middle" Am SOLD
Daksi ("Turtle") Ziricote Bloodwood &
Blue Lapis Inlay
"Middle" Am SOLD
Tluhdatsi ("Panther") Spalted Hackberry Mesquite "Middle" Am SOLD
Golanuh ("Raven") Sassafras Bloodwood "Middle" Am SOLD
Waya ("Wolf") Bocote Mesquite "Middle" Am SOLD
Wahuhi ("Owl") Eastern Red Cedar Osage Orange "Middle" Am SOLD
Tluhdatsi ("Panther") Purpleheart Oregon Myrtle "Middle" Am SOLD
Waya ("Wolf") Spalted Hackberry Mesquite "Middle" Am SOLD
Dalala ("Woodpecker") Cherry Cocobolo "Middle" Am SOLD
Golanuh ("Raven") Honey Mesquite Purpleheart "Middle" Am SOLD
Yona ("Bear") Sassafras Mesquite "Middle" Am SOLD
Daksi ("Turtle") Eastern Red Cedar E. Indian Rosewood "Middle" Am SOLD
Tluhdatsi ("Panther") Sassafras Mahogany "Middle" Am SOLD
Yona ("Bear") Spalted Hackberry Mahogany "Middle" Am SOLD
Walela ("Hummingbird") Cocobolo White Ash "Middle" Am SOLD
Tawodi ("Hawk") Osage Orange Sassafras "Middle" Am SOLD
Walela ("Hummingbird") Eastern Red Cedar Black Walnut "Middle" Am SOLD
Tawodi ("Hawk") Black Walnut Sassafras "Middle" Am SOLD
Dalala ("Woodpecker") Sassafras Cocobolo "Middle" Am SOLD
Tluhdatsi ("Panther") Spalted Hackberry Canary Wood "Middle" Am SOLD
Daksi ("Turtle") Bocote E. Indian Rosewood "Middle" Am SOLD
Waya ("Wolf") Eastern Red Cedar Mesquite "Middle" Am SOLD
Wahuhi ("Owl") Black Walnut Canarywood "Middle" Am SOLD
Tluhdatsi ("Panther") Black Mesquite Mesquite "Middle" Am SOLD
Yansa ("Buffalo") Spalted Hackberry Walnut "Middle" Am SOLD
Yona ("Bear") Spalted Hackberry Walnut "Middle" Am SOLD
Awohali ("Eagle") Indian Rosewood White Oak "Middle" Am SOLD
Totsuwa ("Redbird") Black Walnut Bloodwood "Middle" Am SOLD
Waya ("Wolf") Cocobolo Mesquite "Middle" Am SOLD
Nuhnohi Udeti ("Roadrunner") Spalted Hackberry Tulipwood "Middle" Am SOLD
Saloli ("Squirrel") Eastern Red Cedar Honey Mesquite "Middle" Abm $300.00
Awohali ("Eagle") Black Walnut Silver Maple "Middle" Gm SOLD
Daksi ("Turtle") Spalted Hackberry E. Indian Rosewood "Middle" Gm SOLD
Golanuh ("Raven") Eastern Red Cedar Mun Ebony "Middle" Gm SOLD
Totsuwa ("Redbird") Sassafras Bloodwood "Middle" Gm SOLD
Ahwi ("Deer") Eastern Red Cedar Mesquite "Middle" Gm SOLD
Golanuh ("Raven") Eastern Red Cedar Cocobolo "Middle" Gm SOLD
Totsuwa ("Redbird") Alaskan Yellow Cedar Bloodwood "Middle" Gm SOLD
Daksi ("Turtle") Red Cedar/Purpleheart Mun Ebony "Middle" Gm SOLD
Yona ("Bear") Spalted Hackberry Mesquite "Middle" Gm SOLD
Yona ("Bear") Yellow Cedar/Cocobolo Mesquite "Middle" Gm SOLD
Wahuhi ("Owl") Sassafras Mesquite "Middle" F#m SOLD
Ahwi ("Deer") Sapele Mesquite "Middle" F#m SOLD
Walela ("Hummingbird") Alaskan Yellow Cedar Purpleheart "Middle" F#m SOLD
Waya Unega ("White Wolf") Black Walnut Silver Maple "Middle" F#m SOLD
Tawodi ("Hawk") Cherry Sassafras "Middle" F#m SOLD
Waya Unega ("White Wolf") Black Walnut White Ash "Middle" F#m SOLD
Dalala ("Woodpecker") Cherry Cocobolo "Middle" F#m SOLD
Tluhdatsi ("Panther") Black Walnut/Myrtlewood Canarywood "Middle" F#m SOLD
Awohali ("Eagle") Sassafras White Ash "Middle" F#m SOLD
Walela ("Hummingbird") Hackberry/Padauk Black Walnut "Middle" F#m SOLD
Wahuhi ("Owl") Black Walnut Canarywood "Middle" F#m SOLD
Dalala ("Woodpecker") Eastern Red Cedar Bocote "Middle" Fm $375.00
Wahuhi ("Owl") Sassafras Canarywood "Middle" Fm SOLD
Totsuwa ("Redbird") Sassafras Bloodwood "Middle" Fm SOLD
Waya ("Wolf") Highly Spalted Hackberry/Black Walnut Sassafras "Middle" Fm SOLD
Yansa ("Buffalo") Sapele Cocobolo "Middle" Em $400.00
Waya ("Wolf") Eastern Red Cedar Black Walnut "Middle" Em $400.00
Daksi ("Turtle") Eastern Red Cedar Bocote "Middle" Em SOLD
Yona ("Bear") Eastern Red Cedar Argentine Osage Orange "Middle" Em $400.00
Kuhtli ("Raccoon") Sapele Mesquite "Middle" Em $400.00
Yona ("Bear") Alaskan Yellow Cedar Mesquite "Middle" Em SOLD
Yona ("Bear") Spalted Hackberry Mesquite "Middle" Em SOLD
Walela ("Hummingbird") Eastern Red Cedar Black Walnut "Middle" Em SOLD
Awohali ("Eagle") Sassafras Myrtle "Middle" Em SOLD
Tluhdatsi ("Panther") Black Walnut White Ash "Middle" Em SOLD
Waya Unega ("White Wolf") Black Walnut White Ash "Middle" Em SOLD
Daksi ("Turtle") Eastern Red Cedar East Indian Rosewood "Middle" Em SOLD
Yona ("Bear") Spalted Hackberry Mesquite "Middle" Em SOLD
Daksi ("Turtle") Eastern Red Cedar Osage Orange "Middle" Em SOLD
Kuhtli ("Raccoon") Sassafras Bloodwood "Middle" Em SOLD
Awohali ("Eagle") Eastern Red Cedar White Oak "Middle" Em SOLD
Dalala ("Woodpecker") Cherry Mun Ebony "Middle" Em SOLD
Tawodi ("Hawk") Black Walnut Sassafras "Middle" Em SOLD
Tluhdatsi ("Panther") Black Walnut Mesquite "Middle" Em SOLD
Walela ("Hummingbird") Sassafras Cocobolo "Middle" Em SOLD
Golanuh ("Raven") Spalted Hackberry Purpleheart "Middle" Em SOLD
Tawodi ("Hawk") Honduran Mahogany Cocobolo "Middle" Ebm SOLD
Tawodi ("Hawk") Sapele Sassafras "Middle" Ebm SOLD
Waya ("Wolf") Eastern Red Cedar Honey Mesquite "Middle" Ebm SOLD
Ahwi Equa ("Elk") Alaskan Yellow Cedar Oregon Myrtlewood "Middle" Ebm SOLD
Daksi ("Turtle") Eastern Red Cedar Cocobolo "Middle" Dm $400.00
Awohali ("Eagle") Cherry Oregon Myrtlewood "Middle" Dm SOLD
Daksi ("Turtle") Cherry Mun Ebony "Middle" Dm SOLD
Sogwili ("Horse") Black Walnut Cocobolo "Middle" Dm SOLD

Images and more detailed descriptions of these flutes are provided below. Scroll down or click on the flute name in the list above.


 (Awohali)

(Cherokee for "Eagle")

This eastern red cedar flute is tuned to the B minor pentatonic scale. The eagle is a revered bird among many Native peoples, including the Cherokee. The fetish is a bald eagle head, carved from Alaskan Yellow Cedar. A bald eagle head is burned into the body of this flute just below the nest area. The photo above only suggests the detail of this bird's feathers. Another bald eagle in flight is burned, with white-painted highlights, at the foot. The silhouette of yet another eagle in flight is burned just below the mouthpiece, with a full moon inlayed in crushed abalone shell.  The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (May 2016) - $300.00.


 (Totsuwa)

(Cherokee for "Redbird" or "Cardinal")

This beautiful Alaskan Yellow Cedar flute is tuned to the Bb (B-flat) minor pentatonic scale. The Cherokee consider birds to be messengers, and the redbird (cardinal) is respected for its beauty. This flute's fetish is a cardinal carved from bloodwood, selected for its natural red color and resistance to fading with prolonged exposure to UV light, such as sunlight. An image of the cardinal is burned and painted into the flute body just below the nest and a scene with a pair of cardinals, male and female, is found just above the direction holes at the foot. A cardinal in flight is positioned near the mouthpiece in Bali coral inlay. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from tanned deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2017) - $300.00.


 (Tluhdatsi)

(Cherokee for "Panther")

 

This beautiful purpleheart flute has the "panther" theme and is tuned to the Bb (B-flat) minor pentatonic scale. The theme on this flute was inspired by the endangered Florida panther, the smaller cousin of the cougar and puma. This flute's fetish is a prowling panther carved from honey mesquite. The image of a panther's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest and a proud panther perched on a little rise is burned between the direction holes and first playing hole. An inlay of a crushed turquoise paw print also appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (August 2016) - SOLD.


 (Daksi)

(Cherokee for "Turtle")

This black walnut flute is tuned to the B-flat minor pentatonic scale. The sea turtle fetish is carved from East Indian rosewood (a wood very popular with guitar makers for use on fretboards and bridges) and is inlayed with crushed turquoise depicting the plates of the shell. Sea turtle images are burned and painted into the body of this flute just below the nest area and just above the direction holes near the foot. As these turtle images wrap around much of the flute, they are much clearer in real life than they appear in the photos above.  A sea turtle inlayed with crushed turquoise appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2014) - SOLD.


 (Tsula)

(Cherokee for "Fox")

This Central American bocote flute is tuned to the A-minor pentatonic scale. This flute's fetish is a red fox carved from African bloodwood, the red color is the natural color of this wood. The image of a pair of fox head is burned and painted into the flute body just below the nest. A red fox is also burned into the lower area near the foot of this flute. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is also cut from tanned deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2017) - SOLD.


 (Waya Unega)

(Cherokee for "White Wolf")

This beautiful ebony flute with the Waya Unega (white wolf) theme is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. Near the mouthpiece is a crushed magnasite inlay of the wolf's paw print. The fetish is a prowling timber wolf carved from silver maple. A detailed wolf's head howling up at a moon of crushed abalone inlay is burned and painted into the flute body just below the nest area. The image of a standing white wolf is burned and painted just above the direction holes. The lace holding the fetish to the flute is cut from tanned deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2017) - $350.00.


 (Tluhdatsi)

(Cherokee for "Panther")

 

This beautiful African padauk flute has the "panther" theme and is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. The theme on this flute was inspired by the endangered Florida panther, the smaller cousin of the cougar and puma. This flute's fetish is a prowling panther carved from Osage orange. The image of a panther's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest and a proud panther perched on a little rise is burned between the direction holes and first playing hole. An inlay of a crushed turquoise paw print also appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from tanned deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2017) - $325.00.


 (Daksi)

(Cherokee for "Turtle")

This eastern red cedar flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. The sea turtle fetish is carved from East Indian rosewood (a wood very popular with guitar makers for use on fretboards and bridges) and is inlayed with crushed turquoise depicting the plates of the shell. Sea turtle images are burned and painted into the body of this flute just below the nest area and just above the direction holes near the foot. As these turtle images wrap around much of the flute, they are much clearer in real life than they appear in the photos above.  A sea turtle inlayed with crushed turquoise appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from tanned deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2017) - SOLD.


 (Walela)

(Cherokee for "Hummingbird")

This eastern red cedar flute has the Walela ("hummingbird") theme and is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. The flying hummingbird fetish is carved from purpleheart. Ruby-throated hummingbirds are also burned & painted into the body of this flute below the nest area and in the area between the direction holes and the bottom playing hole. A small feeding bird is also burned and inlayed with crushed Bali coral just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (August 2016) - $300.00.


 (Wahuhi)

(Cherokee for "Owl")

This aromatic eastern red cedar flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale and has the "owl" theme, dominated by images of the great horned owl. The owl's head fetish is carved from African padauk (sometimes called African coralwood). The image of a great horned in flight, coming to land on a fence post, adorns the area below the nest, while another great horned perched atop a tree stump can be found near the foot. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from tanned deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (August 2016) - SOLD.


 (Waya)

(Cherokee for "Wolf")

This spalted hackberry flute has the Waya (wolf) theme and is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. Near the mouthpiece is a turquoise inlay of a wolf paw print. The fetish is a prowling timber wolf carved from honey mesquite. A detailed wolf's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest area, and the image of a standing, howling wolf is burned just above the direction holes. The lace holding the fetish to the flute is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (May 2016) - SOLD.


 (Golanuh)

(Cherokee for "Raven")

This beautiful A minor pentatonic tuned flute with the Golanuh (raven) theme is made of ebony. Note that this is actual ebony, and not another wood that has been stained or "ebonized". The fetish is carved from cocobolo and is a stylized raven head. There are three images burned into the flute body. The photos above don't do the artwork justice as the dark burned images against the black flute body don't photograph well. The images are subtle to the eye, but can be felt by your fingers. The image just below the nest area is a raven standing on a branch and looking down. Near the foot is a raven in flight, and at the foot is a lost feather. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (May 2016) - $350.00.


 (Waya)

(Cherokee for "Wolf")

This beautiful Central American bocote flute has the Waya (wolf) theme and is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. Near the mouthpiece is a turquoise inlay of a wolf paw print. The fetish is a prowling timber wolf carved from mesquite. A detailed wolf's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest area, and the image of a standing wolf, at the top of a small rise, is burned just above the direction holes. The lace holding the fetish to the flute is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2014) - SOLD.


 (Waya)

(Cherokee for "Wolf")

This black walnut flute has the Waya (wolf) theme and is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. Near the mouthpiece is a turquoise inlay of a wolf paw print. The fetish is a prowling timber wolf carved from silver maple. A detailed wolf's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest area, and the image of a standing wolf, howling at a crushed abalone shell inlay moon, is burned just above the direction holes. The lace holding the fetish to the flute is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (July 2015) - SOLD.


 (Tluhdatsi)

(Cherokee for "Panther")

 

This sassafras flute has the "panther" theme and is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. The theme on this flute was inspired by the endangered Florida panther, the smaller cousin of the cougar and puma. This flute's fetish is a prowling panther carved from honey mesquite. The image of a panther's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest and a proud panther perched on a little rise is burned between the direction holes and first playing hole. An inlay of a crushed malachite paw print also appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (July 2015) - SOLD.


 (Daksi)

(Cherokee for "Turtle")

This ziricote flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. Ziricote, sometimes called Spanish elm, is a very dense hardwood from Central and South America. It has beautiful dark grain streaks that are not completely evident from the photos here. The sea turtle fetish is carved from also beautifully grained bloodwood and is inlayed with crushed blue lapis separating the plates of the shell. Sea turtle images are burned and painted into the body of this flute just below the nest area and just above the direction holes near the foot. As these turtle images wrap around much of the flute, they are much clearer in real life than they appear in the photos above.  A sea turtle inlayed with crushed turquoise appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (July 2015) - SOLD.


 (Tluhdatsi)

(Cherokee for "Panther")

 

This "panther" themed flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. The theme on this flute was inspired by the endangered Florida panther, the smaller cousin of the cougar and puma. This flute's fetish is a prowling panther carved from mesquite. The image of a panther's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest and a proud panther perched on a little rise is burned between the direction holes and first playing hole. An inlay of a crushed fuscite paw print also appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2014) - SOLD.


 (Golanuh)

(Cherokee for "Raven")

This A minor pentatonic tuned flute with the Golanuh (raven) theme is made of sassafras. The fetish is carved from bloodwood and as a modernistic raven with its wings swept forward. There is a raven in flight burned into the flute near the mouthpiece, and a scene just below the nest area with another raven in flight near a crushed abalone shell moon, above a more detailed raven's head. At the foot is another raven in flight, apparently having just lost a feather seen at the flute's foot. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2014) - SOLD.


 (Waya)

(Cherokee for "Wolf")

This beautiful Central American bocote flute has the Waya (wolf) theme and is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. Near the mouthpiece is a turquoise inlay of a wolf paw print. The fetish is a prowling timber wolf carved from mesquite. A detailed wolf's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest area, and the image of a standing wolf, at the top of a small rise, is burned just above the direction holes. The lace holding the fetish to the flute is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2014) - SOLD.


 (Wahuhi)

(Cherokee for "Owl")

This aromatic eastern red cedar flute was especially made for Daniel Ebbs. Eastern red cedar flutes have essentially two wood colors: the easily recognized red/brown and a lighter color I call "blonde." This particular flute is split about evenly between the two colors, with the darker shade on the bottom and mostly unseen in these photos. Nonetheless, this flute is made from eastern red cedar. It is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale and has the "owl" theme, dominated by images of the great horned owl. The owl's head fetish is carved from Osage orange. The image of a great horned in flute, coming to land on a fence post, adorns the area below the next, while another great horned perched atop a tree stump can be found near the foot. My customer's last name is also burned into the flute body between the direction holes and the foot. The footprints of the great horned owl are inlayed with (artificial) pink coral near the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from tanned deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2014) - SOLD.


 (Tluhdatsi)

(Cherokee for "Panther")

This beautiful purpleheart flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. Although I have used purpleheart in the past for fetishes and accent rings, this is the first time I've found a piece of purpleheart big enough to make a flute from it. These photos where shot on an overcast day near sundown. What makes purpleheart so desirable is the way it virtually glows in sunlight! The theme on this flute was inspired by the endangered Florida panther, the smaller cousin of the cougar and puma. This flute's fetish is a prowling panther carved from Oregon myrtle. The image of a panther's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest and a proud panther perched on a little rise is burned between the direction holes and first playing hole. An inlay of a crushed turquoise paw print also appears just below the mouthpiece, and turquoise inlay "buttons" appear between the playing hole. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (November 2013) - SOLD.


 (Waya)

(Cherokee for "Wolf")

This beautiful spalted hackberry flute has the Waya (wolf) theme and is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. Near the mouthpiece is a turquoise inlay of a wolf paw print. The fetish is a prowling timber wolf carved from mesquite. A detailed wolf's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest area, and the image of a standing, howling wolf is burned just above the direction holes. This scene also includes a "moon" of crushed abalone shell inlay. The lace holding the fetish to the flute is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (November 2013) - SOLD.


 (Dalala)

(Cherokee for "Woodpecker")

This beautiful cherry flute with the Dalala (woodpecker) theme is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. The fetish consists of a pileated woodpecker at work on a log, carved from South American cocobolo. This particular fetish was carved with a "chimney" to help protect the sound hole from side breezes. The image of an ivory-billed woodpecker is burned into the flute body just below the nest area, and a pileated woodpecker in flight appears between the direction holes and the first finger hole (near the foot). The nearly extinct ivory-billed woodpecker looks similar to the pileated, but with white feathers on its back. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (November 2013) - SOLD.


 (Golanuh)

(Cherokee for "Raven")

This A minor pentatonic tuned flute with the Golanuh (raven) theme is made of Argentine honey mesquite. Although I often carve fetishes, particularly of brown furred animals from smaller pieces of mesquite, I rarely find honey mesquite big enough to make a flute like this one. Honey mesquite is a fairly dense wood, which appears to give this flute a nice crisp voice. The fetish is an open-mouthed raven's head carved from purpleheart. A raven sitting on a branch is burned below the nest area. Below the lowest playing hole is a raven in flight. At the very foot of this flute is a raven's feather, as if falling from the raven in flight just above. Decorative "buttons" are inlaid with jet black between the playing holes. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (November 2013) - SOLD.


 (Yona)

(Cherokee for "Bear")

This beautiful sassafras flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale and sports the very popular Yona (bear) theme. The fetish is a prowling grizzly bear carved from mesquite. The image of an inquisitive grizzly is burned into the body of this flute just below the nest area and another of a grizzly fishing in a whitewater stream is found near the flute's foot. A bear's paw inlayed in crushed fuscite is located near the mouthpiece.  The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (November 2013) - SOLD.


 (Daksi)

(Cherokee for "Turtle")

This eastern red cedar flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. The sea turtle fetish is carved from East Indian rosewood (a wood very popular with guitar makers for use on fretboards and bridges) and is inlayed with crushed turquoise depicting the plates of the shell. Sea turtle images are burned and painted into the body of this flute just below the nest area and just above the direction holes near the foot. As these turtle images wrap around much of the flute, they are much clearer in real life than they appear in the photos above.  A sea turtle inlayed with crushed turquoise appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (February 2013) - SOLD.


 (Tluhdatsi)

(Cherokee for "Panther")

This beautiful sassafras flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. This flute was inspired by the endangered Florida panther, the smaller cousin of the cougar and puma. This flute's fetish is a prowling panther also carved from mahogany. The image of a panther's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest and a proud panther perched on a little rise is burned between the direction holes and first playing hole. An inlay of a crushed blue lapis paw print also appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (February 2013) - SOLD.


 (Yona)

(Cherokee for "Bear")

This beautiful spalted hackberry flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale and sports the very popular Yona (bear) theme. The fetish is a prowling grizzly bear carved from mahogany. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin. The image of an inquisitive grizzly is burned into the body of this flute just below the nest area and another of a grizzly fishing in a whitewater stream is found near the flute's foot. A bear's paw inlayed in crushed Bali coral is located near the mouthpiece.  [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (February 2013) - SOLD.


 (Walela)

(Cherokee for "Hummingbird")

This beautiful South American cocobolo flute was custom made for our Miami customer Pedja's girlfriend, Kendrinna, and is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. The flying hummingbird fetish is carved from white ash. Ruby-throated hummingbirds are also burned & painted into the body of this flute below the nest area and in the area between the direction holes and the bottom playing hole. A small feeding bird is also burned and inlayed with crushed turquoise just above the foot. To answer a special request, the words "beija-flor" (Portuguese for hummingbird, literally "flower kisser") is inscribed near the foot of this flute. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (February 2013) - SOLD.


 (Tawodi)

(Cherokee for "Hawk")

This Osage orange flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. Osage orange trees are primarily found in eastern Texas. The fetish is a red-tail hawk in majestic flight, carved from sassafras. A red-tail hawk head, with a second red-tail in flight above, is burned into the flute just below the nest area and another red-tail hawk in attack posture with talons extended is burned into the flute body between the direction holes and the lowest finger hole (near the foot). A small hawk in flight, inlayed with crushed malachite, appears at the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (February 2013) - SOLD.


 (Walela)

(Cherokee for "Hummingbird")

This red cedar flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. The flying hummingbird fetish is carved from black walnut. Ruby-throated hummingbirds are also burned & painted into the body of this flute below the nest area and in the area between the direction holes and the bottom playing hole. A small feeding bird is also burned and inlayed with crushed malachite just above the foot. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (August 2012) - SOLD.


 (Tawodi)

(Cherokee for "Hawk")

This black walnut flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. The fetish is a red-tail hawk in majestic flight, carved from sassafras. A red-tail hawk in attack posture, talons extended, is burned into the flute just below the nest area and another hawk in flight burned into the flute body between the direction holes and the lowest finger hole (near the foot). A small hawk inlayed with crushed abalone shell appears at the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (August 2012) - SOLD.


 (Dalala)

(Cherokee for "Woodpecker")

This beautiful sassafras flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. The grain on this flute is particularly interesting to give it its personality. The fetish consists of a pileated woodpecker at work on a log, carved from South American cocobolo. The image of an ivory-billed woodpecker is burned into the flute body just below the nest area, and a pileated woodpecker in flight appears between the direction holes and the first finger hole (near the foot). The nearly extinct ivory-billed woodpecker looks similar to the pileated, but with white feathers on its back. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (August 2012) - SOLD.


 (Tluhdatsi)

(Cherokee for "Panther")

This beautiful spalted hackberry flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. This flute was inspired by the endangered Florida panther, the smaller cousin of the cougar and puma. This flute's fetish is a prowling panther also carved from canary wood. The image of a panther's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest and a proud panther perched on a little rise is burned between the direction holes and first playing hole. An inlay of a crushed Bali coral paw print also appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (August 2012) - SOLD.


 (Daksi)

(Cherokee for "Turtle")

This bocote flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. Bocote is indigenous to Central America, and predominantly southern Mexico. It is a very dense and oily wood, which provided many challenges in turning it into a flute. The sea turtle fetish is carved from East Indian Rosewood (a wood very popular with guitar makers for use on fretboards and bridges) and is inlayed with crushed turquoise depicting the plates of the shell. Sea turtle images are burned and painted into the body of this flute just below the nest area and just above the direction holes near the foot. As these turtle images wrap around much of the flute, they are much clearer in real life than they appear in the photos above.  A sea turtle inlayed with crushed turquoise appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (August 2012) - SOLD.


 (Waya)

(Cherokee for "Wolf")

This beautiful flute with the Waya (wolf) theme is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. The flute body is made from bi-colored aromatic eastern red cedar, with the lighter "blond" coloring on top where it offers nice contrast to the pyrographic (wood-burned) art. The more common red color dominates the lower side of the flute, partly visible in the full view photo above Near the mouthpiece is a turquoise inlay of the wolf paw print. The fetish is a prowling timber wolf carved from mesquite. A detailed wolf's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest area, and the image of a standing, howling wolf is burned just above the direction holes. The lace holding the fetish to the flute is cut from dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (January 2012) - SOLD.


 (Wahuhi)

(Cherokee for "Owl")

This Wahuhi ("owl") themed flute is made of beautifully grained black walnut. It is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. This flute's fetish is a great horned owl carved from South American canary wood. The image of a great horned owl taking to flight from a branch is burned into the flute body just below the nest. Another great horned owl, perched atop a tree stump, is burned into the flute near its foot.  The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from gray-dyed deerskin.  (January 2012) - SOLD.


 (Tluhdatsi)

(Cherokee for "Panther")

This beautiful South American black mesquite flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. Black mesquite is a very dense wood, giving this flute a slightly heavier feel. This flute was inspired by the endangered Florida panther, the smaller cousin of the cougar and puma. This flute's fetish is a prowling panther also carved from mesquite. The image of a panther's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest and a prowling panther is burned between the direction holes and first playing hole. An inlay of a crushed turquoise paw print also appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (January 2012)  - SOLD.


 (Yansa)

(Cherokee for "Buffalo")

This spalted hackberry flute is tuned to the "standard" A minor pentatonic scale. There was once a species of bison (buffalo) that roamed the Great Smoky Mountains and this flute remembers them. Unlike the plains tribes who hunted buffalo with bow and arrow from horseback, the Cherokee herded buffalos off cliffs and collected them from the valley below. This flute's fetish is a buffalo carved from black walnut. Just below the nest is a scene depicting a pair of buffalos, one standing and one reclining. The image of a standing buffalo is also burned into the flute body near the foot. A buffalo skull is inlayed with crushed malachite near the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (January 2012) - SOLD.


 (Yona)

(Cherokee for "Bear")

This beautiful spalted hackberry flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale and sports the very popular Yona (bear) theme. The fetish is a standing black bear carved from black walnut. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from tanned deerskin. The image of two bears clinging to a tree is burned into the body of this flute just below the nest area. A bear sitting in a meadow is found near the flute's foot. A bear's paw inlayed in crushed turquoise is placed near the mouthpiece.  (July 2011) - SOLD.


 (Awohali)

(Cherokee for "Eagle")

This beautiful Indian rosewood flute is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. Notice the beautiful grain in this piece of exotic wood. The eagle is a revered bird among many Native peoples, including the Cherokee. The fetish is a bald eagle head, carved from white oak. A bald eagle head is burned into the body of this flute just below the nest area. The photo above only suggests the detail of this bird's feathers. Another bald eagle in flight is burned, with white-painted highlights, at the foot. The silhouette of yet another eagle in flight over a mountain range is burned just below the mouthpiece, with a rising full moon inlayed in crushed abalone shell.  The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. (April 2011) - SOLD.


 (Totsuwa)

(Cherokee for "Redbird" or "Cardinal")

This beautiful black walnut flute is tuned to the A-minor pentatonic scale. The Cherokee consider birds to be messengers, and the redbird (cardinal) is respected for its beauty. This flute's fetish is a cardinal carved from bloodwood, selected for its natural red color and resistance to fading with prolonged exposure to UV light, such as sunlight. An image of the cardinal is burned and painted into the flute body just below the nest and a scene with a pair of cardinals, male and female, is found just above the direction holes at the foot. A cardinal in flight is positioned near the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from gray-dyed deerskin. (April 2011) - SOLD.


 (Waya)

(Cherokee for "Wolf")

This beautiful flute with the Waya (wolf) theme is tuned to the A minor pentatonic scale. The flute body is made from highly grained exotic South American cocobolo. Cocobolo is usually very dark, sometimes with lighter areas, so this piece is extremely unusual (the first like it I've seen). This is a fairly dense wood, giving this flute a little heavier feel than most domestic woods for a flute this size. Near the mouthpiece is a turquoise inlay of the wolf paw print. The fetish is a prowling timber wolf carved from Argentinean honey mesquite. This fetish is carved with a full "chimney" protecting the sound hole from side drafts, making this flute easier to play outdoors when there is a breeze. A howling wolf's head is burned and painted into the flute body just below the nest area, and the image of a reclining wolf is burned just above the direction holes. The lace holding the fetish to the flute is cut from black-dyed deerskin..  (April 2011) - SOLD.


 (Nuhnohi Udeti)

(Cherokee for "Roadrunner")

This flute is made from spalted hackberry with the pentatonic minor A scale. The carved running roadrunner fetish is carved from South American tulipwood, a wood I like using for its beautiful grain (see bottom image above). Roadrunner images are burned into the body in three places. The scene near the foot of the flute wraps completely around the flute and includes painted saguaro cacti. The lace holding the fetish to the flute's nest is cut from dyed deerskin. (April 2009) - SOLD.


 (Saloli)

(Cherokee for "Squirrel")

This eastern red cedar flute is tuned to the Ab (A-flat) minor pentatonic scale with the "squirrel" theme. This flute's fetish is a feeding red squirrel carved from honey mesquite. A gray squirrel, is burned into the flute just below the nest area. A scene with a pair of squirrels sharing a pine branch is burned into the flute body near the foot, just. above the direction holes. There's also gray squirrel's front paw print inlayed with Bali coral. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (August 2016) - $300.00.


 (Awohali)

(Cherokee for "Eagle")

This black walnut flute is tuned to the G minor pentatonic scale. The eagle is a revered bird among many Native peoples, including the Cherokee. The fetish is a bald eagle head, carved from silver maple. A bald eagle head is burned into the body of this flute just below the nest area. This image is "washed" with white and yellow, giving it an aged appearance. The photo above only suggests the detail of this bird's feathers. Another bald eagle in flight is burned, with white-painted highlights, at the foot. Behind it is a setting sun of Bali coral inlay. The silhouette of yet another eagle in flight of jet black inlay is burned just below the mouthpiece.  The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin.  [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (August 2014) - SOLD.


 (Daksi)

(Cherokee for "Turtle")

This heavily spalted hackberry flute is tuned to the G minor pentatonic scale. The sea turtle fetish is carved from East Indian Rosewood (a wood very popular with guitar makers for use on fretboards and bridges) and is inlayed with crushed turquoise depicting the plates of the shell. Sea turtle images are burned and painted into the body of this flute just below the nest area and just above the direction holes near the foot. As these turtle images wrap around much of the flute, they are much clearer in real life than they appear in the photos above.  A sea turtle inlayed with crushed turquoise appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (August 2014) - SOLD.


 (Golanuh)

(Cherokee for "Raven")

This G minor pentatonic tuned flute with the Golanuh (raven) theme is made of eastern red cedar. The fetish is an open-mouthed raven's head carved from South Asian mun ebony (sometimes called moon ebony). An upturned raven's head is burned below the nest area. Below the lowest playing hole is a raven in flight. At the very foot of this flute is a raven's feather, as if falling from the raven in flight just above. "Buttons" are inlaid with jet black between the playing holes. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (September 2013) - SOLD.


 (Totsuwa)

(Cherokee for "Redbird" or "Cardinal")

This beautiful sassafras flute is tuned to the G minor pentatonic scale. The Cherokee consider birds to be messengers, and the redbird (cardinal) is respected for its beauty. This flute's fetish is a cardinal carved from bloodwood, selected for its natural red color and resistance to fading with prolonged exposure to UV light, such as sunlight. An image of the cardinal is burned and painted into the flute body just below the nest and a scene with a pair of cardinals, male and female, is found just above the direction holes at the foot. A cardinal in flight, inlayed with Bali coral, is positioned near the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (September 2013) - SOLD.


 (Ahwi)

(Cherokee for "Deer")

This aromatic eastern red cedar flute is tuned to the "middle" G minor pentatonic scale. The fetish is a young buck's head carved from mesquite. A buck's head is burned into the area just below the "nest" and a full body buck, jumping over a fallen tree appears at the foot. A buck's head also appears inlayed with malachite at the mouthpiece. The tanned lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from tanned deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (April 2013). - SOLD.


 (Golanuh)

(Cherokee for "Raven")

This G minor pentatonic tuned flute with the Golanuh (raven) theme is made of eastern red cedar. The fetish is an open-mouthed raven's head carved from South American cocobolo. The scene burned & painted below the nest area consists of a raven with a rose. Below the lowest hole is a raven in flight, below the moon, inlayed with crushed abalone shell. At the very foot of this flute is a raven's feather, as if falling from the raven in flight just above. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (April 2013) - SOLD.


 (Totsuwa)

(Cherokee for "Redbird" or "Cardinal")

This beautiful Alaskan yellow cedar flute is tuned to the G minor pentatonic scale. The Cherokee consider birds to be messengers, and the redbird (cardinal) is respected for its beauty. This flute's fetish is a cardinal carved from bloodwood, selected for its natural red color and resistance to fading with prolonged exposure to UV light, such as sunlight. An image of the cardinal is burned and painted into the flute body just below the nest and a scene with a pair of cardinals, male and female, is found just above the direction holes at the foot. A cardinal in flight, inlayed with Bali coral, is positioned near the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from black-dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (April 2013) - SOLD.


 (Daksi)

(Cherokee for "Turtle")

This aromatic eastern red cedar flute is tuned to the G minor pentatonic scale. It has chevron-shaped mouthpiece, accent ring, and endcap of purpleheart. The sea turtle fetish is carved from mun ebony (sometimes called moon ebony) and is inlayed with crushed turquoise depicting the plates of the shell. Sea turtle images are burned and painted into the body of this flute just below the nest area and just above the direction holes near the foot. As these turtle images wrap around much of the flute, they are much clearer in real life than they appear in the photos above.  A sea turtle inlayed with crushed turquoise appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (April 2012) - SOLD.


 (Yona)

(Cherokee for "Bear")

This beautiful highly spalted hackberry flute is tuned to the G minor pentatonic scale and sports the very popular Yona (bear) theme. The fetish is a walking grizzly bear carved from mesquite. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin. The images burned into this flute are all new to Turtle Mound Flutes. At the top, just below the nest, is the head of a black bear. At the bottom, just above the direction holes, is a scene depicting a bear fishing in a mountain stream. A bear's paw inlayed in crushed turquoise is placed near the mouthpiece. The heavy spalting gives this this flute a unique, rustic quality.   [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (April 2012) - SOLD.


 (Yona)

(Cherokee for "Bear")

This flute, tuned to the G minor pentatonic scale, is Alaskan yellow cedar with chevron-shaped accent rings and endcap of South American cocobolo. The theme is the very popular Yona (bear). The fetish is a new design for our flutes and features a walking grizzly bear carved from mesquite. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from tanned deerskin. A scene with a bear sitting in a meadow is burned just below the nest area. The image of a bear cub, investigating a butterfly that has landed on a rock, is found near the lower accent ring. A bear's paw inlayed in crushed turquoise is located on the endcap near the foot.  (September 2011) - SOLD.


 (Wahuhi)

(Cherokee for "Owl")

This sassafras Wahuhi ("owl") themed flute was especially made for a Boy Scout leader on Long Island, NY for presentation to a fellow leader. It is tuned to the F# minor pentatonic scale. This flute's fetish is a great horned owl carved from mesquite. The image of a barn owl, descending in attack attitude, talons extended, is burned into the flute body just below the nest. Just over this bird is a "blue moon" of blue lapis inlay. Another great horned owl, perched on a tree branch, is burned into the flute near its foot.  A third owl, little screech owl, is burned in just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin.  [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (August 2014) - SOLD.


 (Ahwi)

(Cherokee for "Deer")

This African sapele flute is tuned to the "middle" F# minor pentatonic scale. Sapele is a cousin of mahogany, and becoming common for guitar backs and sides as a substitute for harder to acquire mahogany. The fetish is a young buck's head carved from mesquite. A standing back is burned into the area just below the "nest" and another, jumping over a fallen tree appears at the foot. A buck's head also appears inlayed with malachite at the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (August 2014) - SOLD.


 (Walela)

(Cherokee for "Hummingbird")

This Alaskan yellow cedar flute is tuned to the F# minor pentatonic scale. The flying hummingbird fetish is carved from purpleheart. Ruby-throated hummingbirds are also burned & painted into the body of this flute below the nest area and in the area between the direction holes and the bottom playing hole. A small feeding bird is also burned and inlayed with crushed turquoise at the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (August 2014) - SOLD.


 (Waya Unega)

(Cherokee for "White Wolf")

This beautiful black walnut flute with the Waya Unega (white wolf) theme is tuned to the F# minor pentatonic scale. Near the mouthpiece is a crushed abalone shell inlay of the wolf's paw print. The fetish is a prowling timber wolf carved from silver maple. A detailed wolf's head is burned and painted into the flute body just below the nest area. The image of a pair of standing wolves, one white and one the more common gray, is burned and painted just above the direction holes. The lace holding the fetish to the flute is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (September 2013) - SOLD.


 (Tawodi)

(Cherokee for "Hawk")

This cherry flute is tuned to the F# minor pentatonic scale. The fetish is a red-tail hawk in majestic flight, carved from sassafras. The hawk's head image burned (and slightly highlighted with paint) below the nest is a southwest Cooper's hawk, the first time I've used this species (and image) on one of my flutes. A red-tail hawk in flight burned into the flute body between the direction holes and the lowest playing hole (near the foot). A small hawk in flight is also burned in at the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (September 2012) -  SOLD.


 (Waya Unega)

(Cherokee for "White Wolf")

This beautiful black walnut flute with the Waya Unega (white wolf) theme is tuned to the F# minor pentatonic scale. Near the mouthpiece is a crushed abalone shell inlay of the wolf's paw print. The fetish is a prowling timber wolf carved from white ash. A detailed wolf's head is burned and painted into the flute body just below the nest area. The image of a pair of standing wolves, one white and one the more common gray, is burned and painted just above the direction holes. Over the shoulder of the standing white wolf is a moon, also inlayed with crushed abalone shell. The lace holding the fetish to the flute is cut from dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (April 2013) - SOLD.


 (Dalala)

(Cherokee for "Woodpecker")

This beautiful cherry flute is tuned to the F# minor pentatonic scale. The fetish consists of a pileated woodpecker at work on a log, carved from South American cocobolo. The image of an ivory-billed woodpecker is burned into the flute body just below the nest area, and a pileated woodpecker in flight appears between the direction holes and the first finger hole (near the foot). The nearly extinct ivory-billed woodpecker looks similar to the pileated, but with white feathers on its back. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (April 2013) - SOLD.


 (Tluhdatsi)

(Cherokee for "Panther")

This beautiful black walnut flute, with mouthpiece, accent ring, and endcap of Oregon myrtle, is tuned to the F# minor pentatonic scale. This flute was inspired by the endangered Florida panther, the smaller cousin of the cougar and puma. This flute's fetish is a prowling panther carved from canary wood. The images burned into this flute are all new to Turtle Mound Flutes. The image of a panther's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest and a proud panther atop a small hill is burned between the direction holes and first playing hole. An inlay of crushed fuscite paw print also appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. This flute was custom made to make it more comfortable to play for a player with shorter arms and smaller hands. The distance between the mouthpiece and playing holes were shortened, and the lower three holes are slightly articulated for a easier reach. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (April 2012) - SOLD.


 (Awohali)

(Cherokee for "Eagle")

This sassafras flute is tuned to the F# minor pentatonic scale. The eagle is a revered bird among many Native peoples, including the Cherokee. The fetish is a bald eagle head, carved from white ash. A bald eagle head is burned into the body of this flute just below the nest area. The photo above only suggests the detail of this bird's feathers. Another bald eagle in flight is burned, with white-painted highlights, at the foot. The silhouette of yet another eagle in flight over a mountain range is burned just below the mouthpiece, with a rising full moon inlayed in crushed abalone shell.  The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (April 2012) - SOLD.


 (Walela)

(Cherokee for "Hummingbird")

This sassafras flute with chevron-shaped mouthpiece, accent ring, and endcap is tuned to the F# minor pentatonic scale. The flying hummingbird fetish is carved from black walnut. Ruby-throated hummingbirds are also burned & painted into the body of this flute below the nest area and in the area between the direction holes and the bottom playing hole. A small feeding bird is also burned and inlayed with crushed turquoise just above the foot. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (April 2012) - SOLD.


 (Wahuhi)

(Cherokee for "Owl")

This Wahuhi ("owl") themed flute is made of beautifully grained black walnut. It is tuned to the F# minor pentatonic scale. This flute's fetish is a great horned owl carved from South American canary wood. The image of a barn owl, descending in attack attitude, talons extended, is burned into the flute body just below the nest. Another great horned owl, perched atop a tree stump, is burned into the flute near its foot.  A third owl, another barn owl, is burned in just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin.  (September 2011) - SOLD.


 (Dalala)

(Cherokee for "Woodpecker")

This eastern red cedar flute is tuned to the F minor pentatonic scale. The fetish consists of a pileated woodpecker at work on a log, carved from bocote. The image of an ivory-billed woodpecker is burned into the flute body just below the nest area, and a pileated woodpecker in flight appears between the direction holes and the first finger hole (near the foot). The nearly extinct ivory-billed woodpecker looks similar to the pileated, but with white feathers on its back. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (October 2016) - $375.00.


 (Wahuhi)

(Cherokee for "Owl")

This sassafras flute, tuned to the F minor pentatonic scale, has the Wahuhi ("owl") theme. This flute's fetish is a great horned owl carved from South American canary wood. A great horned owl is seen just taking off from a branch below a "blue moon" (inlayed blue lapis), below the nest area. Another great horned owl, perched atop a tree stump, is burned into the flute near its foot.  A third owl, a barn owl in attack attitude with talons extended, is burned in just below the mouthpiece. Blue lapis dots are inlayed between the direction holes just above the foot. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin.  [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (October 2012) - SOLD.


 (Totsuwa)

(Cherokee for "Redbird" or "Cardinal")

This beautiful sassafras flute is tuned to the F-minor pentatonic scale. The Cherokee consider birds to be messengers, and the redbird (cardinal) is respected for its beauty. This flute's fetish is a cardinal carved from bloodwood, selected for its natural red color and resistance to fading with prolonged exposure to UV light, such as sunlight. A scene featuring a pair of cardinals, male and female, is burned and painted into the area just below the nest. A single male cardinal is also found just above the direction holes at the foot. A cardinal in flight is inlayed with (manmade) pink coral at the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (June 2012) - SOLD.


 (Waya)

(Cherokee for "Wolf")

I hardly know where to begin to describe this absolutely unique spalted hackberry flute! I call this one my "ugly wolf" flute. I knew the wood would be a challenge to work when I started with it, but I was determined to see it through the process. When I first tried to create the "sound mechanism" area in the nest, I discovered the wood was not dense enough to work, so I cut it out and then laminated a nice piece of black walnut into which I could cut the parts of the sound mechanism, evident in the photos above. Then when I went to shape the flute, I found that the wood was riddled with wormholes! Of course there were many that had to be filled to get the flute to play, but I tried not to upset the overall rustic appearance in working the surface area. Many of the smaller and more shallow holes were left to enhance the rustic appearance. 

I was really happy when I got to tuning this flute and discovered what a great voice hit has, including playing smoothly into the upper register. I was tempted to keep this flute for myself, but I finally decided to put it out there and see if anyone else finds this unusual, rustic (but sweet playing) flute as appealing as I do. The rustic nature of this flute means it won't appeal to everyone, and I understand if it's not for you.

As mentioned above, this flute is made of highly spalted hackberry with a laminated black walnut nest area. Near the mouthpiece is a turquoise inlay of the wolf paw print. The fetish is a prowling timber wolf carved from sassafras, with the base stained red mahogany. A frontal view of a wolf's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest area, and the image of a standing, howling wolf is burned just above the direction holes. The lace holding the fetish to the flute is cut from deerskin.  [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (June 2012) - SOLD.


 (Yansa)

(Cherokee for "Buffalo")

This sapele flute is tuned to the "standard" E minor pentatonic scale. There was once a species of bison (buffalo) that roamed the Great Smoky Mountains and this flute remembers them. Unlike the plains tribes who hunted buffalo with bow and arrow from horseback, the Cherokee herded buffalos off cliffs and collected them from the valley below. This flute's fetish is a buffalo carved from cocobolo. Just below the nest is the image of a standing buffalo, burned into the flute body. Near the bottom of the flute is a scene depicting a pair of buffalos, one standing and one reclining. A buffalo skull is inlayed with crushed abalone and jet black horns near the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (October 2016) - $400.00.


 (Waya)

(Cherokee for "Wolf")

This beautiful eastern (sometimes called aromatic) red cedar flute with the Waya (wolf) theme is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. Near the mouthpiece is a turquoise inlay of the wolf's paw print. The fetish is a prowling timber wolf carved from black walnut. A detailed wolf's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest area, howling at a moon of inlay crushed abalone shell, and the image of a reclining wolf is burned just above the direction holes. The lace holding the fetish to the flute is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (October 2016) - $400.00.


 (Daksi)

(Cherokee for "Turtle")

This aromatic eastern red cedar flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The sea turtle fetish is carved from bocote and is inlayed with crushed turquoise depicting the plates of the shell. Sea turtle images are burned and painted into the body of this flute just below the nest area and just above the direction holes near the foot. As these turtle images wrap around much of the flute, they are much clearer in real life than they appear in the photos above.  A sea turtle inlayed with Bali coral appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2016) - SOLD.


 (Yona)

(Cherokee for "Bear")

This eastern red cedar flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The theme is the very popular Yona (bear). The fetish is a walking grizzly bear carved from Argentine Osage orange. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. The image of a grizzly's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest area. A scene of a bear fishing in a small rushing stream is burned below the lowest fingerhole. A bear's paw print inlayed in Bali coral is located just below the mouthpiece.  [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2016) - $400.00.


 (Kuhtli)

(Cherokee for "Raccoon")

This sapele flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The fetish, depicting a raccoon emerging from a hollow stump, is carved from Argentine honey mesquite. Images of raccoons are also burned into this flute below the nest area, and above the direction holes near the foot. At the mouthpiece a set of raccoon paw prints are crushed turquoise inlay. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2016) - $400.00.


 (Yona)

(Cherokee for "Bear")

This Alaskan yellow cedar flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The theme is the very popular Yona (bear). The fetish is a walking grizzly bear carved from mesquite. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. A scene with a bear sitting on a little rise under a moon of inlay crushed abalone shell is burned just below the nest area. Another scene of a bear fishing in a small rushing stream is burned below the lowest fingerhole. A bear's paw print inlayed in crushed turquoise is located just below the mouthpiece.  [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2015) - SOLD.


 (Yona)

(Cherokee for "Bear")

This rustic looking flute is made from spalted hackberry and is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The theme is the very popular Yona (bear). The fetish is a walking grizzly bear carved from mesquite. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. The image of a grizzly's head is burned just below the nest area. Another image of a grizzly, this time full-body, is burned below the lowest fingerhole. A bear's paw print inlayed in crushed malachite is located just below the mouthpiece. Inlay malachite "dots" separate the playing holes as well.  [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (July 2013) - SOLD.


 (Walela)

(Cherokee for "Hummingbird")

This aromatic eastern red cedar flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The flying hummingbird fetish is carved from black walnut. Ruby-throated hummingbirds are also burned & painted into the body of this flute below the nest area and in the area between the direction holes and the bottom playing hole. A small feeding bird is also burned and inlayed with crushed turquoise near the mouthpiece. Inlay turquoise "dots" also separate the playing holes. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (July 2013) - SOLD.


 (Awohali)

(Cherokee for "Eagle")

This beautiful sassafras flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The eagle is a revered bird among many Native peoples, including the Cherokee. The fetish is a bald eagle head, carved from Oregon myrtle. A bald eagle head is burned into the body of this flute just below the nest area. The photo above only suggests the detail of this bird's feathers. Another bald eagle in flight is burned, with painted highlights, at the foot. The silhouette of yet another eagle in flight over a mountain range is burned just below the mouthpiece, with a rising full moon inlayed in crushed abalone shell.  The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (July 2013) - SOLD.


 (Tluhdatsi)

(Cherokee for "Panther")

This beautiful black walnut flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. This flute was inspired by the endangered Florida panther, the smaller cousin of the cougar and puma. This flute's fetish is a prowling panther carved from white ash. The image of a panther's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest and a proud panther atop a small hill is burned between the direction holes and first playing hole. An inlay of crushed turquoise paw print also appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.] (July 2013) - SOLD.


 (Waya Unega)

(Cherokee for "White Wolf")

This beautiful black walnut flute with the Waya Unega (white wolf) theme is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. Near the mouthpiece is a turquoise inlay of the wolf's paw print. The fetish is a prowling timber wolf carved from white ash. A detailed wolf's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest area, and the image of a standing, howling wolf is burned just above the direction holes. Over the shoulder of the standing wolf is a moon inlayed with crushed abalone shell. The two wolf images are highlighted with white paint to bring out the theme color. The lace holding the fetish to the flute is cut from dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (October 2012) - SOLD.


 (Daksi)

(Cherokee for "Turtle")

This aromatic eastern red cedar flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The sea turtle fetish is carved from East Indian rosewood and is inlayed with crushed turquoise depicting the plates of the shell. Sea turtle images are burned and painted into the body of this flute just below the nest area and just above the direction holes near the foot. As these turtle images wrap around much of the flute, they are much clearer in real life than they appear in the photos above.  A sea turtle inlayed with crushed turquoise appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (October 2012) - SOLD.


 (Yona)

(Cherokee for "Bear")

This flute, tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale, is made from spalted hackberry. The theme is the very popular Yona (bear). The fetish is a walking grizzly bear carved from mesquite. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from tanned deerskin. A brown bear walking in a meadow is burned just below the nest area. The image of a grizzly fishing at a fast moving stream is burned and painted below the lowest fingerhole. A bear's paw print inlayed in crushed turquoise is located just below the mouthpiece.  [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (October 2012) - SOLD.


 (Daksi)

(Cherokee for "Turtle")

This aromatic eastern red cedar flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The sea turtle fetish is carved from osage orange and is inlayed with crushed turquoise depicting the plates of the shell. Sea turtle images are burned and painted into the body of this flute just below the nest area and just above the direction holes near the foot. As these turtle images wrap around much of the flute, they are much clearer in real life than they appear in the photos above.  A sea turtle inlayed with crushed turquoise appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (March 2012) - SOLD.


 (Kuhtli)

(Cherokee for "Raccoon")

This beautiful sassafras flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The fetish, depicting a raccoon emerging from a hollow stump, is carved from bloodwood. Images of raccoons are also burned into this flute just below the nest area, and above the direction holes near the foot. Raccoon paw prints are inlayed with fuscite at the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from dyed deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (March 2012) - SOLD.


 (Awohali)

(Cherokee for "Eagle")

This beautiful aromatic eastern red cedar flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The eagle is a revered bird among many Native peoples, including the Cherokee. The fetish is a bald eagle head, carved from white oak. A bald eagle head is burned into the body of this flute just below the nest area. The photo above only suggests the detail of this bird's feathers. Another bald eagle in flight is burned, with painted highlights, at the foot. The silhouette of yet another eagle in flight over a mountain range is burned just below the mouthpiece, with a rising full moon inlayed in crushed abalone shell.  The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (March 2012) - SOLD.


 (Dalala)

(Cherokee for "Woodpecker")

This beautiful cherry flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The grain on this flute is particularly interesting and, in places, somewhat resembles burl, whcih gives it its personality. The fetish consists of a pileated woodpecker at work on a log, carved from Southeast Asia mun ebony. The images of a pileated woodpecker in flight is burned into the flute body just below the nest area, and an ivory-billed woodpecker appears between the direction holes and the first finger hole (near the foot). The nearly extinct ivory-billed woodpecker looks similar to the pileated, but with white feathers on its back. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (March 2012) - SOLD.


 (Tawodi)

(Cherokee for "Hawk")

This black walnut flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The fetish is a red-tail hawk in majestic flight, carved from sassafras. A hawk's head is burned into the flute just below the nest area (with painted highlights around the beak) and a red-tail in attack with talons extended is burned into the flute body between the direction holes and the lowest finger hole (near the foot). A small hawk inlayed with crushed turquoise appears at the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (March 2012) - SOLD.


 (Walela)

(Cherokee for "Hummingbird")

This sassafras flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The flying hummingbird fetish is carved from South American cocobolo. This fetish is carved with a full "chimney" protecting the sound hole from side drafts, making this flute easier to play outdoors when there is a breeze. Ruby-throated hummingbirds are also burned & painted into the body of this flute below the nest area and in the area between the direction holes and the bottom playing hole. A small feeding bird is also burned in just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. (April 2011) - SOLD.


 (Tluhdatsi)

(Cherokee for "Panther")

This beautiful black walnut flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. This flute was inspired by the endangered Florida panther, the smaller cousin of the cougar and puma. This flute's fetish is a prowling panther carved from Argentine honey mesquite and has a "chimney" to help block side breezes. The image of a panther's head is burned into the flute body just below the nest and a prowling panther is burned between the direction holes and first playing hole. An inlay of crushed fuscite paw print also appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. (April 2011)  - SOLD.


 (Golanuh)

(Cherokee for "Raven")

This E minor pentatonic tuned flute with the Golanuh (raven) theme is made of spalted hackberry. The fetish is a stylized raven in flight carved from South American purpleheart. The scene burned & painted below the nest area consists of a raven with a rose and a second raven in flight just above. Below the lowest hole is a scene of a raven, sitting on a branch, looking down at a wolf looking back up and howling. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. (April 2011) - SOLD.


 (Tawodi)

(Cherokee for "Hawk")

This beautiful Honduran mahogany flute is tuned to the Eb (E-flat) minor pentatonic scale. The fetish is a red-tail hawk in majestic flight, carved from cocobolo. A hawk's head is burned into the flute just below the nest area and a red-tail perched on a branch is burned into the flute body between the direction holes and the lowest finger hole. A falling hawk's feather is found just above the foot. A small hawk inlayed with crushed malachite appears at the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (October 2016) - SOLD.


 (Tawodi)

(Cherokee for "Hawk")

This sapele flute is tuned to the Eb (E-flat) pentatonic minor scale. The fetish is a red-tail hawk in majestic flight, carved from sassafras. A hawk's head is burned into the flute just below the nest area and a red-tail sitting on a post is burned into the flute body between the direction holes and the lowest finger hole (near the foot). A small hawk in flight appears at the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2016) - SOLD.


 (Waya)

(Cherokee for "Wolf")

This eastern red cedar flute with the Waya (wolf) theme is tuned to the Eb minor pentatonic scale. Near the mouthpiece is a crushed turquoise inlay of the wolf's paw print. The fetish is a prowling timber wolf carved from honey mesquite. A detailed wolf's head is burned and painted into the flute body just below the nest area, howling at a crushed abalone shell inlay moon. The image of a reclining wolf is burned ust above the direction holes. The lace holding the fetish to the flute is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2016) - SOLD.


 (Ahwi Equa)

(Cherokee for "Elk")

This Alaskan yellow cedar flute is tuned to the E-flat minor pentatonic scale. The Cherokee call the elk the Ahwi Equa (big or great deer) and the image of a majestic elk's head is burned into the flute body below the nest area. Near the foot of this flute is a full-body elk, apparently looking up to check out our presence. Near the mouthpiece are three accent rings, two of cocobolo and the center one of bloodwood.  The elk's head fetish, complete with full antlers, is carved from Oregon myrtle. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from black-dyed deerskin. (August 2011) - SOLD.


 (Daksi)

(Cherokee for "Turtle")

This beautiful eastern (also called aromatic) red cedar flute is tuned to the D minor pentatonic scale, near the bottom of what is considered the mid-range. That gives it a nice mellow voice that appeals to many flute enthusiasts. The sea turtle fetish is carved from cocobolo and is inlayed with crushed fuscite differentiating the plates of the shell. Sea turtle images are burned and painted into the body of this flute just below the nest area and just above the direction holes near the foot. As these turtle images wrap around much of the flute, they are much clearer in real life than they appear in the photos above.  A sea turtle inlayed with crushed turquoise appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (October 2016) - $400.00.


 (Awohali)

(Cherokee for "Eagle")

This cherry flute is tuned to the E minor pentatonic scale. The eagle is a revered bird among many Native peoples, including the Cherokee. The fetish is a bald eagle head, carved from Oregon myrtle. A bald eagle head is burned into the body of this flute just below the nest area. The photo above only suggests the detail of this bird's feathers. Another bald eagle in flight is burned, with painted highlights, at the foot. The silhouette of yet another eagle in flight over a mountain range is burned just below the mouthpiece, with a rising full moon inlayed in crushed abalone shell.  The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2015) - SOLD.


 (Daksi)

(Cherokee for "Turtle")

This beautiful cherry flute is tuned to the D minor pentatonic scale, near the bottom of what is considered the mid-range. That gives it a nice mellow voice that appeals to many flute enthusiasts. The sea turtle fetish is carved from mun ebony (sometimes called moon ebony) and is inlayed with crushed fuscite depicting the plates of the shell. Sea turtle images are burned and painted into the body of this flute just below the nest area and just above the direction holes near the foot. As these turtle images wrap around much of the flute, they are much clearer in real life than they appear in the photos above.  A sea turtle inlayed with crushed fuscite appears just below the mouthpiece. The lace holding the fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. [Click here to hear a sound-clip of this flute.]  (June 2012) - SOLD.


 (Sogwili)

(Cherokee for "Horse")

This black walnut flute is tuned to the "middle" D minor pentatonic scale. The fetish is carved from South American cocobolo and sports a mane donated by my sister's horse Junior Bug. About this horse she says:

The deep red hair came from Junior Bug. He's a small compact quarter horse that has a nice smooth ride and a beautiful head. I use him pretty much for trail riding. He's generally level headed and quick on his feet. He's been hauled all around Central Texas for trail rides and goes any where you ask him too. His only real problem though is with water. It seems that once he gets into the water, if it's more than a couple of feet deep, he'll lay down in it. I guess on hot days, it must feel pretty good to him, but it's not too good for the leather saddle or the digital camera hanging off the side of the saddle! I've had Junior about 4 years now. He was only 3 or 4 when I got him, so he's still on the young side as far as the rest of the group.

Just below the nest is a burned & painted scene that wraps completely around the flute of four galloping horses on a "midnight romp" beneath a moon inlayed with crushed abalone shell. Near the foot is a rearing horse burned in silhouette before a burned & painted lightning bolt. One more image of a horse's head is burned at the top near the mouthpiece. The lace holding the horse head fetish to the nest is cut from deerskin. This is truly a beautiful flute with powerful energy from sogwili.  (March 2010) - SOLD.


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