Hand spun, hand woven, wool blanket. Natural color & Black Walnut; 72" X 98"; 8 1/4 lbs;
|Woodland Neck Knife with Snapping Turtle Sheath|
This knife was forged from industrial saw blade. The blade is 4 3/4 inches in length. 8 3/4 inches in overall length.The hilt was made from brass, The antler handle was pinned to the blade through the tang. The sheath was made from tanned snapping turtle tail and bark tanned deer. The inner sheath was made from vegetable tanned leather. The sheath was edge beaded and decorated with trade beads, metal cones and deer hair tassels. All stitching done with linen thread. Please visit my website www.primitivetrails.com I accept Paypal
|Elk Antler Shot Flask|
This flask was made from Elk Antler. it is 6 inches in height.4 inches in width at the bottom and 2 1/4 at the top. The plug was made from sasafras. The spout was made from deer antler with a crown. Decorated with brain tanned leather and trade beads. Please visit my website www.primitivetrails.com I accept Paypal
These pipe bowls was carved from steatite and catlinite . . The bowl is 2 1/4 inches in height and1 3/4 in length. It has 8 inch sour wood stem. The stem was decorated with brain tanned buckskin, trade beads, metal cones and deer hair tassels. Your Choice $50.00 each Please visit my website www.primitivetrails.com I accept Paypal
|Early Cherokee style Effigy Pipe|
This pipe bowl was carved from black color steatite. The original was found near Fort Loudon. The bowl is 2 1/4 inches in height and 2 1/4 inches in length. It has a 11 1/2 inch carved sour wood stem. The stem was decorated with , brain tanned leather, trade wool, ,original trade beads and vertebrae. Please visit my website www.primitivetrails.com I accept Paypal
|Woodland style Sash Knife|
This knife blade was forged from sawmill blade. The blade is 6 inches in length and 11 inches in overall length. The handle is deer leg bone with brass hilt. The handle was stitched with rawhide and real deer sinew. The sheath was made from walnut dyed brain tanned, the inner sheath is from bark tanned deer. quilled and edge beaded with chalk white 8.0 beads. Decorated with silver ring brooches , trade beads, metal cones, deer hair tassels and hand stitched with waxed linen thread. Please visit my website www.primitivetrails.com I accept Paypal
|Iroquois Panther Head War Club |
This is a copy of an original Iroquois War Club made by Shane Emig. It is referred to by some as the Effigy Panther Head. It is made of hard curly maple and finished with period stains and finishes. The carved panther head that is biting down on the ball is painted like the original. The panther head and ball are black but were worked back to show some wear. The eyes and teeth are painted white and the gums are red. The overall length is 20". The club features a hand braided wrist strap and bead decorations as well as a hand carved human ear and finger to represent war trophies. For a few additional photos please visit our website and go to CURRENT SPECIALS. www.cabincreek.net
|Home Spun Pouch and Horn RED CROSS HELP **SOLD THANKS**|
This pouch and horn set was made by Cory Joe Stewart of Lowgap, NC. It is a southern inspired homespun rig. The horn has a hand carved cherry base plug rather than being turned on a lathe. I left some of the tool marks in the plug for a rustic appearance. The piece of antler that makes the tip is also hand carved. The deer that provided the antler was a Lowgap native as well. The pouch is a simple style and is completely hand stitched. It is lightweight cowhide. It features a handmade cow horn button and there is an interior pocket. The pouch is 9 ¼ inches wide by about 7 ¾ inches deep. The strap right now is set at 55 inches, but it can be adjusted by retying the leather lacing and moving the position. I will gladly do that for you, or you can. $135.00 price includes shipping and paypal is an option.
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE RED CROSS TO HELP OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN OKLAHOMA!!!
|Western North Carolina RED CROSS HELP **SOLD THANKS**|
This horn was made by Cory Joe Stewart of Lowgap, NC. It is patterned after an original horn from western North Carolina featured in Madison Grant's work Powder Horns and Their Architecture. Like the original this unique horn was decorated by leaving the heavy rasp's marks in the horn. Another unique feature of this horn is the hand carved/whittled base plug. This horn can be worn on either side and is 13 and 1/2 inches long. $105.00 price includes shipping and handling paypal is an option. ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE AMERICAN RED CROSS TO HELP OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN OKLAHOMA!!!
|Alum tanned deer hide|
Dunrustic Alum tanned deer hide measures 32 x 32 plus. Only 1 hole. More pics upon request. Price includes shipping and handling in USA. Paypal or MO. Thank You.