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These are some examples of the knives I've made through the years.
| All Metal Knife
San Mai damascus from 1010 and 1070 with a 52100 core.
2 1/2" cutting edge, 6 1/4" overall length. Handle slabs
and lanyard ball in mokume (1010, 1085 and copper) with cable decorated
pins. Hand made leather sheath according to the buyer's needs.
| Semi Stainless San Mai Fighter
San Mai damascus from 1085 and stainless 304 with a 52100 core.
4 1/2" blade, 10" overall length. Handle in home made micarta
with mokume (1010, 1070 and copper) guard and decorative pin. Hand
stitched leather sheath.
| Awesome Damascus Fighter
Damascus from 1095 and 1030.
6 1/4" blade, 10 3/4" overall length. Handle slabs in micarta
and steel pins blued in an inner circle to look like the damascus
colors on the blade. Hand stitched/worked leather sheath.
| San Mai Integral Kitchen Knife
San Mai damascus from 1085 and stainless 416 with a 52100 core.
8" blade, 13" overall length. Hand stitched leather sheath.
| No Hammer Marks Cable Damascus
Cable damascus (1085)
10" blade (including bolsters), 7 1/2 cutting edge. 15"
Overall length. Handle in deer stag with a 1" handmade decorated
pin. Leather and brass spacers. Hand stitched and worked leather
This is the Finished Knife that I've made for a tutorial that appears
on David Darom's 3rd book, "100 Custom Knives in the Making"
The book was introduced to the public on Blade 2006, and shows a tutorial
of mine on no hammer marks cable forging.
I'd like to thank David for his interest on my knives and for waiting
until the last minute until I got my arm good enough to hammer again.