If you are looking for reproduction Native American hand-made bone knives and other Indian weapons, look no further than Kachina House. All of our products are authentic reproductions and handcrafted by Native American Navajo, Creek and Cherokee artists and are competitively priced and we’re sure you’ll find an authentic Native American product that you’ll love.
Knives are a personal item for Native Americans and all other indigenous people. Native American knives
were employed in close quarters fighting or thrown from horseback. Knives were also used for scalping enemies, which became a trademark for some of the Native American tribes
. A hunter or warrior would carve a blade from the bone of a large game animal. In order to get a handle one might tie an antler or stick to the base of the blade for a better grip. Many throwing knives were made of one piece which made the balance better and it would be easier to throw more accurately. The blades were made from metal only after the arrival of and interaction with the Spaniards. Until that time, the Native Americans did not know how to forge metal.
We thank you for taking the time to shop around our site. All artifacts come with a certificate of authenticity, and we are proud of our Native American products and we think you will be too. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call us toll-free at 866-587-0547
. We love to hear from our customers!