Gallery of Knives: Page 9
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Another beauty from knifemaker Bob Bair, this time a Piranha blade with slightly modified profile,  done up with bone colored  Corian scales backed, for contrast, with black and white fiber spacing material. Bob is at:

This time Bob Bair devoted his talents to a Darrel Ralph folder. I love the corian bolsters and that file work really sets this off as a one of a kind collectable.  
Beautifully ground damascus blade by knifemaker Gary Silvers. The pattern is called jelly roll, and it has  rosewood handle, red and white fiber spacers and nickel silver pommel and guard. On the larger picture, get a load of Gary's beautiful handmade leather sheath. Gary is at:

Chris Huang made this beautiful , hard working DDR-3BL button lock folder with high visibility orange Corian handles for his son. The lanyard is called a monkey fist and the mosaic pin adds a very distinctive touch. Chris is at

A trio of Tomcats made by Darryl Scott for his two sons and son in law. Handles are made of bloodwood, tiger maple and zebrawood, accentuated by bone colored corian. Wow. Very nice filework on the spine makes them truly distinctive. Darryl is at

Here's a Lion Skinner from Grant Miller with cocobolo scales and soldered brass grip. I know you're not going to believe me, but this is one of Grant's first knives. Makes you wonder what he's going to be doing five years from now. Grant is at:

Now this is what a Puuko is supposed to look like!  This traditional hardworking design with maple burl handle  is the  first knife made by Rod Shea. Here's a design that looks like it could work all  day and not get tired. Rod is at:

Now here's a clever and useful idea. Knifemaker Abe Getty put a white corain handle on a Riverboat Rita boot knife and used it as a concealed handle for a hairbrush. Gotta love it. Abe is at:
Another beauty from Abe Getty: Abe started with a Darrel Ralph SG4 blade and engraved the fireman's symbol in the red corian handle with a dental bit in a Moto tool. The engraved lines were then filled with a gold Rub-N-Buff and sealed with carnuba wax. Ain't that a great look? I think I'm going to try this.
Paul Hand send this picture of his beautiful  Puma Skinner done up with box elder burl  handle and mosaic pins. Click on the picture to see the gorgeous file work on the spine.  This looks like one hard working knife. Paul is at

Another beauty from Paul Hand, this time a Down Under bowie done right with giraffe bone handle. Put this serious blade  the table on poker night and everyone stays honest.
This is 78 year old John Seitzinger's first knife and seeing this, I have to wonder why he waited so long. Wolf blade sports a tiger striped maple handle and contrasting fiber spaces behind the guard. John says he now wants to make a knife for all of his sons , grandsons and great grandson. John is at: 
Joe Seaver sent this picture of his beautiful SG4 done up with imitation ivory . The scrimshaw of a wild turkey adds  a gorgeous, custom touch to a hard working knife. Check out the meticulous filework on the spine of the blade that really sets it off. Joe is at:

Knifemaker Tom McCarthy of T's Lil Edge Knife Shop started with a Ferret knife blank, and really dressed it up with some Aussie Brown Mallee Burl and Rams Horn to end up with this beauty. Wow. Tom is at
Another beauty from Tom McCarty of T's Lil Edge Knife Shop, this one made from a Tomcat blade with some absolutely gorgeous amboyna scales.  Looks like it's just dieing to go to work, doesn't it? Tom is at
Andrew McCallum sent along some pictures of the second knife he ever made, a Nova blade with a beautiful stacked wood handle with spacers of elk and bloodwood . The brass butt cap is a very elegant touch. Andrew can be reached at

Andrew also sent some pictures of his first knife, a Laplander with curly birch handles and bloodwood and fiber spacers. Wow. Not that this knife would mind, but it almost seems a shame to put this blade to work. Andrew can be reached at

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