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Vintage Ted Miller Custom Carved Eagle/Wolf Knife - Mint!

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Ted Miller was an American Original: Sculptor, Artist, Carver Knifemaker -- all in the Native American Spirit. The Cherokee Knife Maker was an American Indian Artisan of Miami-Peoria-Cherokee heritage. He made knives from 1971 until his death in 2009, first in Oklahoma City, later in Santa Fe. Some of his knife handles are similar in design but each is an original piece with no two exactly alike.

Ted Miller carved images of his heritage and culture from stories passed down through his ancestors.

The blades for his knives were hand-shaped, sharpened, polished and heat-treated individually from 440C stainless steel, 56-60 Rockwell.

This knife is approximately 10 inches long and the blade is about 4.5" long. The eagle and wolf have eyes of inlaid coral. There is also inlaid turquoise near the brass separating the handle from the blade. Near the brass guard, Ted Miller etched the blade with his initials and numbered them. This was an earlier piece purchased in the late 1980's.

I am the one and only owner. This piece has been stored for about 20 years and kept in a smoke free home.

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Vintage Ted Miller Custom Carved Eagle/Wolf Knife - Mint!

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