1830’s style bird quill knife sheath


Reproduction of eastern plains knife sheath decorated with bird quillwork. This technique is extremely rare and there are only few extant original pieces decorated by this technique. The sheath comes with an butcher knife reproduction. Sheath length: 32 cm (12,6″) without fringes, knife length: 29 cm (11,4″).

Original price was: $950.Current price is: $450.

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