Todd Bordeaux
Lakota

Sacred Offerings

7 3/4" H (on stand)
6 1/2" Drop Length
13" L x 3" W


Todd is a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe. This award-winning, self-taught artist continues to perfect his craft by learning from his father, Ted Bordeaux and his girlfriend Karen Beaver.

Among his accolades are awards for Best of Show in 1999 at the Black Hills Art Expo and the Artist Choice Award at Indigenous Peoples Art Market in 2001. Bordeaux boasts 14 awards in seven juried art shows. His jewelry and beadwork art is highly sought after by celebrities and collectors alike.


This impressive piece is an original creation featuring a deer anlter handle inlaid with crushed opal, pipestone, and mammoth ivory. Also there is deer rawhide, brass tacks, brass beads, Czech and Japanese seed beads (dk red, cream, med grey, dk grey, tan, and bronze), and rabbit fur on the ends. The stand is made with Manitoba Maple (box elder), steel, and leather.

The knife is 19 inches long from the tip of the blade to the fur at the end of the beadwork. The blade itself is 2 5/8 inches wide. In the stand, it rises to 8 inches tall, 12 1/2 inches long and 5 inches wide.

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Price: $2,800.00
(plus sh/han)


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