We all know what happened last time someone messed with Yvsa's knife design. LMAO.
He designed and made this knife in 1974! I suggest we keep it the way he wanted it. No telling what he might do if we modified it! Haha.
Yes. It needs some attention. Not sure the best way to clean it up. It displays on the wall in the living room. I have never felt a more balanced knife. The walnut handle feel is like it was molded around my hand. Truly special.
Thank you for the warm welcome. I am going to post a picture of one of the very first knives he made when he was younger. It is my most favorite knife. I have never felt a better knife in my hand and its spectacularly beautiful. I'm sure he never posted a picture of it since my...
I have a sentimental value for these beautiful knives more than anything right now. I know many of you maybe have a different appreciation for them. Here is a close up of the markings on the bone knife. I am intrigued by it. Definitely want to know its history. Thank you.
Thank you for the correction. This is why I reached out to you all for the information! Extremely helpful. I also have his Cherokee Rose Bowie along with the below knife. Any idea about it?
Not sure if I attached pictures correctly?!?!? But this is Yvsa and his personal Cherokee Rose. Thank you for the kind words and warm welcome. I'm fighting a flood of emotions reading each of your comments. Thank you so much is all I can say. I know each of you...
Thank you so much for the very kind words! You have no idea what it means to me. I have the Cherokee Rose in front of me now. It is a beautiful knife and I know it was very dear to him! And I will post pictures of many of his knives.