The Art of Ted Miller

Cherokee Knife Maker, Ted Miller is an American Indian Artisan, of Miami-Peoria-Cherokee heritage. He has won over fifty significant awards. He carves images of his heritage and culture from stories passed down through his ancestors. Ted makes the handles for his knives from natural shed Deer and Elk Antler enhanced with semiprecious stones such as turquoise, coral, and onyx. Black handles are made from Buffalo horn. The blades for the knives are shaped individually from 440 C stainless steel, 56-60 Rockwell, and acid etched designs are worked on the larger blades . Stands shown are included in the price. Each knife is individually numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity

The knives shown on this page are representative of our inventory but we generally have many more in stock. If there is a particular size and style that has been sold, or the price isn't listed please e-mail us or give us a call at 505-758-5844. Dimensions include the stand.

17" long

Tomahawk by Cherokee artist, Ted Miller $395

Ted Miller passed away early this year.
We no longer have any of Ted Millers knives in stock. We may be aquiring some from a master knife maker who worked closely with Ted in the near future.


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Otis & Neva Wilson
129 B North Plaza
Taos, NM 87571

(575) 758-5844
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