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This Teton Sioux Style Quiver and Dagger Artifact is an impressive set of artifacts. This dagger has a blade made of genuine bone. The handle has been wrapped in genuine buckskin leather for soft natural textures. This incredible artifact comes with a hand made buckskin leather sheath. The sheath features some extra dressing with genuine horse hair and a genuine feather. The knife and sheath both feature an elegant display of genuine buckskin leather fringe. The quiver has been wrapped in buckskin leather and it's been dressed with genuine bone buttons, trade beads, and genuine feathers. This dagger is 10-1/2" long and the sheath is 8-1/2" long. The quiver is 20-1/2" long and 4-3/4" wide. The bone tipped arrows are 25-1/4" long. Non Indian made.
The Sioux and other plains Indian tribes often used the dagger as a symbol of high status and strength. Chiefs and highly regarded warriors wore daggers around their necks in ornamental sheaths. Knives were also used in Plains Indian rituals. When a pact of peace was made between tribes each warrior would seal the oath by drawing the blade between the lips and touching it with the tongue. The knife was considered the most important part of the ritual because if it wasn't touched by the tongue of each warrior the pact was considered invalid. Thus, the knife was used not only as a weapon of war but also as a facilitator of peace.
2885nc This Teton Sioux Style Quiver and Dagger Artifact is an impressive set of artifacts. This dagger has a blade made of genuine bone. The handle has been wrapped in genuine buckskin leather for soft natural textures. This incredibl...
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