A Northern Plains Indian used bowl or crooked knife. The blade is sleeved within the wood shaft and secured with wire wrap, for strength. There is a remnant of leather where the iron wire meets the handle. The maple wood handle is carved with the initials “ACV”, on one side. We believe this dates to the 1800’s or earlier.
Overall Length: 9″
Blade Length: 3″
Condition: Iron has a medium brown aged patina – Wire is has a great old patina – Handle has a wonderful mellow yellow-brown aged patina with a polish that comes from years of handling and use
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