The Crafty Crawford

Masked Sporran, Norse
 & Celtic items

About The Artist

I am related to the CrawfordJohn line of Crawfords. I can trace my ancestry back to the 10th Century. I participate in the Highland Games and proudly took 1st place at Bonnie Knees at the 20th Treasure Valley Highland games here in Idaho, Sept 2017. 
I am also a member of the Clan Fraser of Lovat and active in both the Scottish Clan, and Clan based in North America.

I am currently learning how to play the bagpipes and taking Gaelic lessons also. I am an Armiger through my Clan Crawford Association here in the United States. An very into my heritage. I am also an enrolled Cherokee and all products come with a certificate of Native American Made authenticity.

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Why The Crafty Crawford?

I have been doing my art since I was 9 years old. I have been doing professional taxidermy since I was 18. At 30 this year that is over 12 years experience. Your items are professionally cleaned and processed by a professional Taxidermist.
(Idaho license #288942516)

You can rest assured that only the choice hides and ethically sourced hides are used. No Fur industry hides are used. It is imperative that my business contributes to conservation. By using hunted hides all funds trickle back into permits and licensing from Idaho Fish and Game which promotes healthy and well managed forests. Taxes don't pay for conservation... Hunting/fishing/trapping licenses and tags do! By eating domestic cattle you feed the industry that is responsible for most green house gasses, but also the destruction of valuable forests to create more grazing grass for the commercial meat industry.