These high carbon steel blades are a good skinner and all-round knife, and the bigger one makes a superb camp kitchen knife. They are easy to sharpen.
The handles are from one deer bone, carefully stained along with the sheaths to match. A vinegar patina was added to both blades.
The sheaths are made of elk leather and hand-stitched, with braided belt loops.
Asking $250 together or $125 each. I’d love to see them bought as a pair since the blades are set in two halves of the same deer bone and wrapped in the same elk skin. It’d be a unique gift for a bonded pair of outdoorsmen.