Robin found this saw blade knife at a yard sale. The handle was bleached bone white from sitting in the sun for 50 odd years in a shed window. The blade was about 3x longer than it is in these After pictures. He took the old nail out that was holding the stag and re-pinned […]
Stacked birch bark handle Pukkoo knife in an early style capped neck sheath. And here’s a Puukoo and sheath Robin made for himself.
Saami Style Knife and Sheath
Saami Style Knife and Sheath. Changed the elk antler sun motif to two ivory panels with Saami style scrimshaw details. Before After
Elm Burl Mallet Head HandleSharpest blade I have ever handled. Hand forged by a 6th generation Finnish Bladesmith. I made the handle out of a piece of a 160-year-old Elm Burl Mallet Head.
Creamy 100-year-old Walrus ivory, Inuit hunted, mounted on a wonderful Finnish blade. 100-Year-old Walrus ivory handle with 120-year-old Elephant ivory piano keys for spacers, and 40,000-year-old Mammoth ivory. With a 1908 silver half dollar end plate. It has a hand-forged Finnish blade.