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1850's Southern Cheyenne sheath


Wild Rose

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Bear jawbone grip with cable Damascus blade and Southern Cheyenne style sheath......

 

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it's designed to be worn on a bandoleer which isn't finished yet........

 

 

Chuck Burrows

Wild Rose Trading Co

chuck@wrtcleather.com

www.wrtcleather.com

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The whole work is amazing, I'm especially impressed by the aged look of the beads.

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  • 3 months later...

Wow, I am really starting to like this Old West stuff...

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Sorry for the slow response and thanks guys - sometimes it's a case of CRS (the wages of a misspent youth!) and I forget which boards

 

Phil the aged bead look is one of methods I've spent a lot of time getting "right" based on my examination of thousands of original pieces - it's the only method I regard as proprietary since it helps set my work apart and that's good for sales...

 

 

Sid Old West gear of al types is my specialty and if you would like to see more check out my website www.wrtcleather.com

Chuck Burrows

Wild Rose Trading Co

chuck@wrtcleather.com

www.wrtcleather.com

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