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Desert Ironwood-lore high polish, very nice!

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PetrifiedWood:
This has to be one of the prettiest knives I've made to date.

It's a classic woodlore, with file work and a highly polished blade.

Specs are:

Desert Ironwood scales (book matched)
Black vulcanized liners
Brass/Stainless Loveless bolts
5/16" brass lanyard tube
5/32" thick O1 tool steel

This is for sale, but I won't be pricing it until I get a sheath made. (Going to try to do something special for the sheath.)

Anyhow, here are a few preliminary pics. There will be more when the sheath is finished.













Thanks for looking!

Tobit:
Do want, get a sheath made and shoot me a price.    :drool:

Binalith:
niccccccee

Red:
that is gonna make someone's safe very happy :D good job on that PW!!!

PetrifiedWood:
Lol, thanks guys!

I hope whoever winds up with it likes it. I haven't done "fancy" scales in a while, and there were some of the nicest ironwood ones I have right now.

I'm still trying to figure out how I'm going to do the sheath. I've got a few ideas but nothing really stands out yet...

I haven't done any leather in a while since my last three sheaths were kydex. But this one begs for a fancier than normal sheath. I think it might be time to try the rabbit fur inlay I've been thinking about.

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