Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! This knife was purchased in North Central Wisconsin. It consists of a main scabard with long blade and a small scabard affixed to it housing the small blade. I believe the teeth to be buffalo, but not sure. On one side of the scabard is fur of unknown origin. On the other side is painted decoration of aquatic theme in my eyes. The grip appears to be bone or antler. I believe the scabard to be wood. There are 3 figurines attached. 2 are wood and 1 I believe bone. The knife is obviously crude by today's standards but somebody spent a considerable amount of time creating and decorating it. My feeling is that the person would have great pride in this object. I personally think it's beautiful but I don't know much about it. If anyone has any ideas about its origin I would very much like to hear them.