Bob Ouellette Posted February 3 Share Posted February 3 (edited) All three were forged from 1084 towards the end of 2020 and were recently finished. The first 2 were finished with fine Scotch Brite. Both handles are from the same piece of dyed and stabilized maple burl. The handles have a pin with my logo inlaid on one side and have been sealed to prevent changes in color or food being absorbed into the wood. Top knife Overall length: 10-1/2" Blade length: 6-1/8" Bottom knife Overall length: 11" Blade length: 6-3/16" The blade of the next knife is just over 5-3/4" long and the handle is 4-5/8" long for a total length of just under 10-1/2". Asking $500 - sold The blade is slightly less than 1/8" thick at the spine and 0.006" thick at the edge. It has a partial forged finish and the other part is have polished to 400 grit. The handle is dyed and stabilized maple burl cut into an irregular octagon that butts up to a buffalo horn bolster hand carved and cut to fit the tang of the knife. Both pieces were polished to 400 grit sand paper before being finished with mineral oil and wax. Edited March 11 by Bob Ouellette 2 Bob O "When I raise my flashing sword, and my hand takes hold on judgment, I will take vengeance upon mine enemies, and I will repay those who haze me. Oh, Lord, raise me to Thy right hand and count me among Thy saints." My Website Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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