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Matthew Parkinson

multi bar mosaic Damascus Dirk

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A recent commission, the blade is a tiled end grain w's pattern  with a 340 layer twist edge, the guard and spaced are also 340 layer Damascus and the pommel is a single tile of the mosaic pattern. there are 7 carnelians set in the hilt and scabbard  the handle is cord and leather wrapped and the scabbard felt lined popular with a leather wrap and steel fittings it is set for a left hand carry, as this was ordered as a companion to the falchion I made a few years ago.  Like the falchion this is a full take down, and includes a damascus wrench with a damascus skull bead to take it apart. 

enjoy!

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I feel more bad ass just having seen these photos, bravo sir. I especially like the sculpting you did on the skull cross guard. It looks organic and not like it was an afterthought stuck on the end.... but one that formed from the dark energy of the wicked men it had slain...

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Wowzsers, that's a nice one Matt !!!  ..........:o

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That is a wonderful display of craftsmanship Matt.  It's gorgeous!  Cheers to you

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Dude... wow. 

Seriously beautiful man. Dont really know what else to say. Little awestruck.

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Dayyum, Matt!  :ph34r:  I remember the falchion.  Perfect companion piece.  B)

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