White Wolf WW #6 Belt knife Blade hand forged from spring
stock from a seat spring from an old buggy, ca. pre-1900. Blade length is 6 1/8" x 1 3/8" wide with decorative filework, and is razor sharp! Hickory handle is 4-3/4" long, the bark is locked on,
and the feel is great! There is a deer rawhide spiral wrap and 2 deerskin over wraps. There are brass tacks and also an incise carved line and decorative scalloping on the end of the handle.
Knife overall is 11". Sheath is tanned heavy buffalo covered with tanned deerskin. Decoration includes stitched collar and stitched mid-line and fringed edge, a red glass bead, a copper bead, aged
brass beads, a hawk bell, aged tin cones, horsehair, deerskin fringe, a small medicine bundle (with very old tobacco inside) with small red glass beads and brass tacks. Belt loop will take belts
slightly over 2 inches. SOLD