The first of my new Isle Royale pattern.. Featuring a bright but not full mirror finish, Oregon Maple Burl wood handles stabilized by K&G, 1/8" 1084 from Aldo Bruno and my own heat treating. This is about 7.5" long overall with just under 3.5" of blade. The scales are about 1/8" thick for a slim and light knife. The mark is just etched into the steel but not darkened for a subtle but clear look that's easier to see in person than on camera. Likewise, the blade is not flat grey like the second and third images, that's just the un-lit ceiling reflecting because I didn't give the blade something bright to reflect into the camera.
The blade profile is a modified Wharncliffe. I've incorporated a small but distinct curve in the last portion of the edge. While a thin blade and ground to a fairly thin edge, the slight upward curve helps retain sufficient steel at the tip for strength. This minimizes one of the few weaknesses of the Wharncliffe design.
Price is $150 with the small tek-lok as shown. Shipping is generally $8 via USPS w/insurance.