Gallery of Knives: Page 5
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Believe it or not, this beautiful 8" dagger started out as a piece of common steel cable. In the hands of a craftsman such as David Mercer of Appalachian Knife Works, this is what happens. David is at: 
Gary Silver's first hidden tang knife. Wow. Cocobolo handle with white corian spacers adds a very nice contrast. Brass guard and pommel. Gary is at: 
Busy guy, this Ron Ker. He used stabilized birdseye maple (Nice!)  on this one with black and white spacer material and nickel silver spacer. Ron is at:
From Finland, we have this picture of beautiful puukko by knifemaker Hakan Wentus. Handle is made of curly birch and briar with brass guard and spacer. Kakan is at:
French knifemaker Thierry Perrier sent another picture of one of his beautiful puukkos. The handle is in curly birch, orange osage and polyamber. Thierry is at:
Another gorgeous creation from Gary Silver. This one is the Shark blade done with deer horn scales and brass guard and unique rear bolsters. The pins to hold the scales on ate internal.
Another beauty from French knifemaker Thierry Perrier, this time the Laplander blade. The handle is in curly birch and orange osage . Thierry is at:
Beautiful Lion Skinner blade with amboyna scales. I really like the clean,  guardless look on this design and that amboyna is gorgeous!. Made by Keith McCown, at
First time out for 61 year old knifemaker John Barber and he put a beautiful crown horn handle on this 18th century reproduction. Helpful hint: he used coffee to stain the handle! John is at
Knifemaker Richard Hoffman got interested in building his own knives by dressing up  an older knife given to him by his brother- in- law with a rosewood handle and a deer crown pommel. Richard is at
Canadian knifemaker Phil Gorrell ground this skinner from 440-C, put a fossil  walrus ivory and had Robert Valade do the beautiful engraving on the brass. This is a  knife worth taking out a second mortgage for. Phil is at 
First time out for knifemaker Kerry Mayhew yielded this beautiful Darrel Ralph Bowie with cocobolo scales.  Kerry says he got quite a rush from the finished product. I can see why. Nice work, Kerry. Kerry can be reached at 
Knifemaker Dave Williams made this hard working skinner  with walnut micarta scales. Might impressive for a first time effort! Dave can be reached at
Dave Williams second knife is this heavily modified Commando blade with handles made of (I'm guessing) red dymondwood.  I like it!  This is a knife that will earn it's keep. Dave is at
Notice the mosaic pins on Gary Silvers new 7" Fillet Knife.  I love it when I see someone use the techniques in one of my tutorials, and Gary does it very well. Fish beware!! Gary is at
Ben Beardmore's first full tang knife  ( modified from the Adder blade) features cocobolo scales with an unusual and attractive maple burl butt cap. Wouldn't this  make the perfect camp or skinner blade?  Ben is at 
Knifemaker Chang-Ming Wu from Taiwan, ROC, sent these pictures of his beautiful Puukko blade  made from a Pedereson blank. Gorgeous handle of Macawood burl.  Chang-Ming can be reached at 
Another spectacular damascus beauty from knifemaker Gary Silver, made from deer horn with zebrawood and micarta  spacers. A knife like this should be in a glass case. Gary is at
This piece of art  was made Chris Watt, a gentleman who says he is not a knifemaker. You be the judge. This started off as a Pirana blade, finished with a bubinga wood handle and dark turquise/ Chris is at:
First time out for knifemaker Brian Dierks yielded this beautiful, hardworking Puukko. This is normally not a beginners kit, but Brian seemed to do just fine. Brian is at
Master Sergeant Frank Shane ( 388 CMS/MXMCP, Hill AFB) added some maple burl, composite jade and G10 to turn this Ferret  blade into a work of art that will be handed down for generations. Frank is at
Another beauty from Master Sergeant  Frank Shane, this one a Bear Claw blade  with Black and green/black G10 handles. 

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