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Frontier Bowie with beaded sheath and display stand

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Bladesmith: Tai Goo


Knifemaker: Chuck Burrows


Sheath & Stand: ChuckBurrows



Knife: OAL 14.25" -balances at guard


Blade: W2 - 9.25" longx 2"wide handforged by Tai Goo


Handle: Colorado mule deercrown


Guard and fittings: German silver guard with cast pewter ferrule and buttcap


Sheath: deer rawhide with handcarved beavertail motif over bark tan core.


Sheath decoration: So Cheyenne style pound beaded braintan cuff. Full beaded edge of blade section


- Brass tacks


- Beaded and fringed drop


- Fringed cuff edges with German silver beads, buffalo hair pipes,and tin cones


- Tin cone, glass bead, and horsehair dangles


Display Stand:


- width: 11.375"


- length: 15.25"


- Heighth without knife and sheath: 11"


- Decoration:


- black cowhide cover with rawhide corners


- alternating iron and brass tacks along all edges


- mule deer antler uprights with beaded braintan wraps


- mule deer leg bone stops for holding baled and sheath inposition


- tin cone and horse hair dangles


- Circular buffalo hide dropwith hair on one side and beaded cross and circle on the other


Chuck Burrows

Wild Rose Trading Co



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Beautiful work man!

George Ezell, bladesmith

" How much useful knowledge is lost by the scattered forms in which it is ushered to the world! How many solitary students spend half their lives in making discoveries which had been perfected a century before their time, for want of a condensed exhibition of what is known."

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