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This South-Western belt knife is 9-1/4" overall length. The 1/16" thick blade is 5-1/4" long, and is 1-1/4" at the widest point. The base of the blade has decorative file marks.  The 4-3/8" long handle is made of nicely finished curly maple scales, secured with six brass cutler's pins. The Blade is acid etched to a gray antique patina appearance. Copied from an original, entirely hand made, each knife will vary slightly.  Not an import, this knife is made of high carbon cutlery steel, hand…

South-West Belt Knife, blade, curly maple grips, replica 1750 - 1790 era Trade Knife, made in the U.

Tutorial: Chemical Free Etching Metal Without Acid by My Brown Wren Eco-Friendly Easy Safe Method

Tutorial: Chemical Free Etching Metal Without Acid by My Brown Wren Eco-Friendly Easy Safe Method

Pinner says: masterful handcraft where the hell can i buy this?  I dug around a bit and I think they are made by http://www.ferrarius.sk/index.php/en/knives

Image via This is from Van Barnett's Art Knife Invitational, so this isn't exactly functional. Image via beautiful knife Image via "The Cust

Custom Sub Hilt Knife 124 by Stonewood Designs. Steel: O1 tool steel (Starrett) OAL: 13-5/8” Thickness: 5/16” Blade Length: 8” Cutting edge: 7-1/2” Blade depth: 1-7/8” (at widest point) Handle: Micarta Sheath: Leather Custom sub-hilt knife with false top edge. Acid etched, cold blue O1 Starrett tool steel. O1 bolsters. 59-60 Rockwell hardness Leather sheath with multi carry options and accessory straps.

Custom Sub Hilt Knife 124 by Stonewood Designs. Steel: O1 tool steel (Starrett) OAL: 13-5/8” Thickness: 5/16” Blade Length: 8” Cutting edge: 7-1/2” Blade depth: 1-7/8” (at widest point) Handle: Micarta Sheath: Leather Custom sub-hilt knife with false top edge. Acid etched, cold blue O1 Starrett tool steel. O1 bolsters. 59-60 Rockwell hardness Leather sheath with multi carry options and accessory straps.

My last knife step to step " - Page 2 - The Knife Network Forums : Knife Making Discussions

My last knife step to step " - Page 2 - The Knife Network Forums : Knife Making Discussions

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