I had a scrap of damascus that was almost shaped to this profile, and some tailing from some water buffalo so I just rolled with it, the blade is thicker than I would normally make a knife this size out of, but anyway.
7" total length, 2 13/16" cutting edge. Handle is water buffalo horn and brass. I made this one from the remnants of some 3/16" thick alabama damascus.
Loc: Fort Worth, TX
One man's "leftovers" are another man's treasures. Beautiful...
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