Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by pistonsandgears, Nov 20, 2012.
Otters young and old.
Moore Maker (CSC Co-op) Boy’s Knife
AGRussell split bolster toothpick
Tuna Valley (GEC) 1402
Seeing all the talk about Grohmanns lately around the Traditional sub reminded me of this one. Started life as a blade kit, tossed the rosewood scales and made a set out of bocote and fiber liners. I like how it turned out...
@Peregrin It's A2. Tom is a fantastic craftsman and a nice guy.
Custom from Eric using a Canal St blade from a previous run. No half stop, no shield. As designed
WOW.... very nicely done. The liners really accent the wood well.
Today, my woods are my ebony 44, and my mesquite 23... previously taken pics...
Granadilla wood on an approximately 100 year old dogleg
1914 Landers, Frary and Clark catalog
Wood you like to swing on a star? Carry moon beams home in a jar?
Laguiole caza my daughter gave me as a birthday gift a couple of years ago:
A desert ironwood Guardians lambsfoot SFO by Jack Black:
It's always so cool to see an old knife next to a catalog picture.
Today's carry is a Cattaraugus in ebony:
H10 Cocobolo Stainless
It’s been challenging to photograph the depth of this mesquite. Here’s an attempt. The Mark side has a beautiful, subtle quilt and the pile side has the flame That is impossible to capture the depth of in a photograph. Such beautiful wood!