Archive for August, 2015

In between commissions I was able  to make a knife for sale. It’s becoming more and more rare that I’m able to have time to make a non commission piece. This is what I’ve come up with.


It’s sort of a modernized interpretation of a 10th century Scandinavian seax.  The blade is 100 year old wrought iron and modern 1084 high carbon steel forge welded together in a laminate construction. The handle is Massur Birch, Birch bark, and copper. The sheath is vegetable tanned leather with copper reinforcements.

This thing is big and beefy, the spine is a little over 1/4″ thick. The overall length is about 11″

If you are interested in purchasing this piece check out my etsy site by clicking here.



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