He starts with a wooden dowel that is covered with leather and aged slightly for the "used" look. He then adds the beads in shades of dark red, cream and white, red wool cloth and brass spots. At the top of the axe is the hand forged iron head in the shape of a curved spike. This curved spike served a dual purpose of axing and slicing if needed. There is a large brass bell and leather dangles with blonde horse hair and aged tin cones as well.
As a final touch, at the other end of the axe, Rayme has added imitation red tail hawk feathers, blonde horse hair, aged cones and brass bell. The feathers are wrapped with red wool cloth and glass beads.