From Left to Right: Golden, Havana, Light Mahogany, Golden
From Left to Right:
Wine Goblet with Marquis Border,
Hamley with Repeating 9's,
Celtic twist with Repeating 9's:
This style sheath was quite common on the Frontier and beyond.
The samples shown are but a few of the many possibilities.
Tabaquero's Knife Sheath
Top Band Bowie
#9 Vine with nickle & brass concho
Brown with Prairie Rattler inlay
This sheath has a spectacular inlay of customer-provided rattlesnake skin.
Shoot Knife Sheath
Old Timer Full Pouch. This knife had a short blade & guard and, as a result, required a deeper pouch than the standard Old Timer.
1890 Main & Winchester with Bugle border.
WIld Bill Rapp Knife Sheath
Bill Rapp Border
Uncertain Texís Knife Sheath
Bowie with full welt around blade
Chill Wills and beartooth border
This sheath required a safety tab to retain the knife in the sheath.
Vicís Knife Sheath
Light Mahogany with taupe-colored flower snake inlay
Pouch with full welt around blade
teardrop-shaped inlay of taupe-colored flower snake
Dogbone Bowie Sheath
Light Mahoganywith copper-colored conchos
Hamley with 1917 border
This sheath was made for a very large bowie knife. As a
result, no retention strap was required.
Three Spot Sheath
Havana with bright nickel spots
Working Hand Border
This is a typical Frontier era sheath with a very typical
period-correct design. It was a design used by many of
the famous "houses" (saddleries) as well as
by small individual makers. Simple yet quietly elegant.