Art KnivesHere are some examples of my carving, inlays, and bronze castings, that
make each piece a unique work of art.
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Lost Wax Process
I first made the eagle head and cobra heads from wax.
50 copies of each were cast in bronze.
Available by order only.
** Photo by Weyer International
Winner of Blade Show's "Best Art Knife" 1998 and
Blade Handmades "Best Art Knife of the Year" 1998
Carved in buffalo horn, with an ivory face, damascus sickle.
The coffin display case is ebony. Scrimshaw globe with goblins by
Winner of R.I. Knife Show's "Best Art Knife:
Eagle in a feather. Handle and blade are
carved from D2 tool steel with feathers carved along tang. Finger
guard is an eagle talon.
The elk horn handle is carved florals and rope work
exposing buffalo horn center. Carved butt cap. Blade by George Werth.
** Photo by Weyer International.
Carved from a single piece of 440c steel.
14k gold fangs and rosewood display box.
Bowie with Matching Gun Grip
Carved ivory handles on this bowie and
gun grip set made for Colt Custom Gun Shop. Sold
This little hunter features a multi-bar nickel damascus blade
forged with scrolling guard. The titanium liners are fileworked the same as
my folders. Carved ivory scales and leather sheath.
Proud Eagle Winner "Best Fantasy Knife"
Blade Show 1999
Each feather of this art piece is an multi-bar nickel
damascus blade. The cuting edges are high carbon damascus. The head, tail and feet are
carved in ivory, inlaid into the carved oosik body.