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Mat Maresch

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Here´s another one I made last year -

and I wish I had never given it away...

 

Damascus, ancient walrus ivory and leather, that´s all it needs :)

And some days time, that´s clear.

 

 

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Hope you like it!

www.mareschmesser.de

 

Knifemaker, Germany

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i dont know what to call this "style"(rustic gentlemans hunting knife??/ jagerblade?) but its amazing...ty for sharing ..

All these things shall love do unto you that you may know the secrets of your heart,and in that knowledge become a fragment of Life's heart...

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That's really nice! Love the sheath fittings.

 

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Beautiful, the ivory looks amazing and goes with the pattern really good. It looks comfortable to hold.

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I certainly see why you are heartbroken to let this one go. Love the backdrop as well. Wherever did you find maps of Middle Earth?

 

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beautiful. classy materials, nice details and clean lines. the filework on the bolster and spacer give a simple knife a very regal look. i hadn't even noticed the background until someone pointed it out, but it feels very 'dwarvish' to me, something Thorin would carry on his belt...

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That is very tastefull, well done

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I LOVE THIS!

“Then something Tookish woke up inside him, and he wished to go and see the great mountains, and hear the pine-trees and the waterfalls, and explore the caves, and wear a sword instead of a walking-stick.”

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Thank you all very much - I´m glad you like it as much as I do :)

 

The maps were supplied with a german softcover edition of JRRT´s LotR.

Somehow they seemed to make the right background for this knife.

Though I have to admit they are a bit too bright for photography, wish I had taken something a bit darker for this knife.

But, hey - we all see it´s a knife, so it isn´t too bad I guess.

 

Again - thank you all, much appreciated!

 

Mat

www.mareschmesser.de

 

Knifemaker, Germany

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