Classic drop point blade. My most common blade tip to be sold. Curly myrtle wood from the Oregon coast. In the video you can see the figure pop as handle moves in the daylight.
This is one of the first three hidden tang prototype blades. Many more of these to come in the future, really enjoy the sleek profile and lightweight design. The Ebony handle is fit slim and short. The butt of the handle feels great fitting into the palm of the hand.
Maple Burl and Walnut Burl - cheese, butter and spreader knives.
This is one of the first three hidden tang prototype blades. Many more of these to come in the future, really enjoy the sleek profile and lightweight design.
That maple burl and brass is a classic look. I paired a burgundy sheath with this knife to give it some extra pop. This one was Purty.
This knife has a cross pull sheath. The sheath sits more snug and higher up on the curve of your back. I've been wearing this style sheath for a few months now and have slowly fallen in love with it. Also this walnut and brass combo is always frickin wonderful.
7 Inch Over All Length
Knife left in the rain.
8 inch overall blade dressed in Honduran rosewood and copper. THIS KNIFE IS FRICKING SEXY, I HAVE NO IDEA WHY IT IS NOT SOLD!! SHHEEEESSH PEOPLE.
6 inch kitchen knife with differential tempering in the blade, dressed in Mexican Kingwood.
Honduran rosewood handle with a copper guard and pins. The blade is bowie style shape made from 1084 with a differential tempering line (hamon).
8 inch overall length clip point blade dressed in Arizona ironwood and brass.
6 inch kitchen knife with a California buckeye handle made from 1084 steel with a differential tempering line (Hamon).