Ted Miller Handmade Prairie Hunter Knife
Up for Auction is a Incredible piece by by Master Knifemaker Ted Miller. It is Called "Prairie Hunter" and is 13 1/2" long and is proudly displayed on a hand made deer antler stand and holder. It is numbered and has the number 4561engraved into the blade. The Handle is Shed Stag Antler with Turquoise Stones. The Guard is Brass. The Balse is Polished 440C Stainless Steel/, 56-60 Rockwell. The Stand is Deer Antler on a Walnut base. This was bought for $320 a few years ago. The Art of Ted Miller
Cherokee Knife Maker, Ted Miller is an American Indian Artisan, of Miami-Peoria-Cherokee heritage. He has won over fifty significant awards. He carves images of his heritage and culture from stories passed down through his ancestors. Ted makes the handles for his knives from natural shed Deer and Elk Antler enhanced with semiprecious stones such as turquoise, coral, and onyx. Black handles are made from Buffalo horn. The blades for the knives are shaped individually from 440 C stainless steel, 56-60 Rockwell, and acid etched designs are worked on the larger blades . Stands shown are included in the price. Each knife is individually numbered.Payments
We accept PayPal, Money orders or Personal checks. Only PayPal will be accepted from International Bidders.Payment or payment notification must be made within 7 days of the auction close. Unpaid auctions will be forfeited after 7days and a non-payment notice will be filed with eBay and appropriate feedback submitted after 7 days. Please include your Auction number and mailing address in all forms of payment. Sales Tax: All bidders from MD will be charged 5% sales tax. Pay me securely with any major credit card through PayPal ! Methods of Payment: We accept PayPal, money orders or personal checks. Only PayPal will be accepted from International Bidders. Shipping
For Auctions with a Flat Fee for Shipping:The Flat fee listed is the shipping cost including postage and handling. Insurance is optional at your request. For Auctions with Calculating Shipping Costs : Please use the shipping calculator at the bottom of this page to determine the shipping charges. The estimate you receive includes a flat rate fee of $4.35 to cover the cost of packaging materials and handling. Local Pickup: Local Pick up is always available...with no shipping or handling fees. We are located in a Western Suburb of Baltimore. Combined shipping is available. If you win multiple items, the combined shipping rule is: the actual cost of shipping the c...
Items in the Worthopedia are obtained exclusively from licensors and partners solely for our members’ research needs.