Buffalo Skinner With 19th-Century Cross-Hatching on Sheath

The blade is carbon from the oldest knife company in North America, opened 1834 and widely traded to First Peoples. Handle scales are harness leather for a slightly softer grip than wood or bone. The blade has been etched with vinegar which inhibits early rusting.

The sheath is 8 oz shoulder, dyed with oil dye, and etched with 19th-century cross-hatching. Same for the handle.

Thumb grip on blade backfile. These are scary sharp blades. This is the first of 4 Robin will be making for sale.

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