Native American Southwest Buffalo Knife and Sheath

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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jun 26, 2007
  • Channel: Auction House

Southwest Warrior's Buffalo Knife and Sheath ..

The one thing the warrior or tribesmen always carried with them was their knife and its sheath, and they took of lot of pride in how their knife sheath were made and look. The tribesmen in the southwest would often use turquoise, metal conchos, beads and bead work on their sheaths and arrow quivers. Our reproduction of the southwestern knife and sheath comes with and is made with...a 13" steel blade knife ( 8" ultra sharp, high carbon german steel blade, 5" buckskin wrapped knife handle with conchos and turquoise gem inset) 14" elk skin (aged, smokey brown) main sheath body (front and back), with aged buckskin (deer) fringes, lace, knife, belt and leg tie-down straps, buckskin wrapped imitation eagle feather attached to side of sheath, Five metal conchos with turquoise inset gems, and one beautiful gold and silver plate conchos with buckskin fringes, hairpipe beads and solid brass crow beads and glass indian crow beads attached to conchos. All beautifully aged for authentic look.

Made in the USA A Hootchoo quality reproduction, gallery quality artifacts since 1987

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