|Gallery - Page 3
These are some examples of the knives I've made through the years.
|A Very Special Damascus
Damascus made of 5160 and 1030 with some 1085 cable on the holes/details,
filled with copper.
4" blade, 8.25" overall length. Handle was made from a red
wood called "Quebracho" and I placed a 3/4" diameter
cable inside a copper pipe and then I filled it up with melted brass.
Bolster is brass and sheath is handstitched leather cow.
| Large Criollo Knife
Hand forged 9260, hammered finish.
12" blade, 15.5" overall length. Handle was made from rosewood,
and it's carved, with bolster in stainless steel. Sheath is handstitched
cow leather, with details and belt clip also in stainless steel.
| Glassy Damascus
Damascus (1070 and 52100) from a motorcycle distribution chain.
3.5" blade, 7" overall length. Handle was made from a copper
pipe covered with colored glass in several layers and it has a semiprecious
stone (Tiger's Eye) on the butt. Sheath is handstitched cow hide.
Hand forged 5160, rustic finish.
6" blade, 11" overall length. Handle was made of antelope
stag, with brass and wood bolsters and a coin on the butt. Sheath
is hand stitched black cow leather.
| Criollo Knife
Hand forged 5160, differentially hardened, satin finish.
7.5" blade, 12" overall length. Handle was made from rosewood
and it has copper and stainless steel details and staniless steel
pommel, with a wood insert. Sheath is handstitched cow leather and
rosewood, with details in stainless steel and brass.