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Knife Sheath (replica)
Late 19th c. Central Plains style Replica Knife Sheath handcrafted and beaded by a prominent German Plains artist Norbert Kohlruss at Travels Far Trading. Coordinates with NAM-4032. Just for demonstration, not for sale (unless I would be absolutely compelled by your irresistible offer).
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A piece of splendid workmanship, made from braintanned buckskin and hand-scraped rawhide (liner) and neatly beaded using real elk sinew. All parts have been artificially aged to give the item a special character as to look and feel like a real old artifact from the Old days.
Manufacturer: Norbert Kohlruss (Travels Far Trading)
Manufacture year: 2009
Tribal style: Lakota, Northern Cheyenne
Lenght: 27 cm
Width: 9,5 cm
Collection: Central Plains
Insignia type: Knife sheath
☩ Like a number of other items from my Plains Indian collection, where I gather the best specimens of Indian Warrior art and do not have much desire to part with them, «Knife Sheath (replica) SKU 4068.09.01» is not intended for sale and if occasionally someone would be interested to buy it, I will be ready to sell only at a price indicated here as a fair minimum for such a splendid work.
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