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Paul Hacker Knives and Flutes

Paul is a native Oklahoman. He is Choctaw/Cherokee. He is a believer in keeping alive Native American artistic traditional skills and cultural heritage.

Paul meticulously handcrafts traditional plains Indian flutes, custom knives, and eplicates historical Native American pottery.

Paul Hacker – Flutes

Paul’s collection of flutes include four hole, five hole, and six hole flutes. They are plain, quilled, or beaded.

Paul Hacker Ledger Artwork

The ledger drawings represent real people and real events. A record of the coups, combats, and hunts that characterized this period of unprecedented warfare…

Paul Hacker Pottery

Much of Paul’s Native American pottery was influenced by Acoma, Zuni, and Anasazi. The pottery, bowls, and jars are beautifully made.

Paul Hacker Knives

Each knife handle is hand carved deer antler, buffalo, or elk horn. The handles are hand carved and inlaid with precious stones such as turquoise, coral, and diamonds.

Welcome to Paul Hackers Knives and Flutes Website.

Paul Hacker is an award winning Choctaw artist and musician with a wide range in which he expresses his creativity. All art is hand crafted by Paul and rich in Native American Heritage. Please enjoy.   Also, be sure to catch Paul Hacker on OETA.     fb-like_transparent

Handcrafted Flutes

paul-hacker-flutes Paul’s collection of flutes include four hole, five hole, and six hole flutes. Handcrafted six hole Plains Indian flute made out of the finest cedar wood with white doe skin straps.

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Quality Knives

paul-hacker-knives Paul’s collector knives are hand crafted. Each knife handle is hand carved deer antler, buffalo, or elk horn.The handles are hand carved and inlaid with precious stones such as turquoise, coral, and diamonds.

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Ledger Art

paul-hacker-ledger-art The ledger drawings represent real people and real events. A record of the coups, combats, and hunts that characterized this period of unprecedented warfare against traditional enemies as well as the people who invaded the Indian homeland. The ledgers hold records and tell the stories of the native people’s lives.

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Pottery

paul-hacker-pottery Much of Paul’s Native American pottery was influenced by Acoma, Zuni, and Anasazi. The pottery, bowls, and jars are beautifully made.

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