View of the knife in soft sheath. Reverse side (another view).
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This one is for the Creative Anachronists and the Renaissance re-enactors.
A beautiful and diminutive dagger with a hand-forged cable Damascus double-edged blade, finished grey and terminating with a wicked needle tip. The guard is hand-filed from solid brass and polished to a satin sheen. The handle is turned from dyed buckeye burl, polished and finished with several coats of tung oil. A brass flower protects the pommel.
The sheath is hand-sewn from soft-tanned buckskin. It can be slipped into a garter or clothing (although it’s too pretty to hide), strapped to an arm or leg, or suspended as a neck knife.
The Damascus blade (by Uhrs Chantell) is only 3.25” long, and the knife is 6.5” overall.