A "Daisho" is a Japanese term derived from the terms "daitō" (long sword) and "shōtō" (short sword).
Here is a matched pair of camp style knives in a loosely Japanese theme hence the title.
The larger knife has a 10 1/8" blade and is 15 3/4" overall. The long handle reminiscent of the Japanese theme.
The short knife has a 4 3/8" blade and is 8 7/8" overall.
Both blades are W2 and the fittings are wrought iron. Epoxied hemp wrap on aged white oak with a peined copper pin serving as "neji-menuki", both pin and decoration.
I am thinking of a combination sheath in a cross draw, kind of furthering the theme.
Thanks for looking.
PS.As an aside, the clay on the blades were the same but this goes to show how much the geometry and thickness of the material can affect the hamon. When the results are happening in less than a couple seconds, it's not hard to imagine how difficult it is to compensate for all the variables. Instructive. Actually on the larger blade, in a more utsuri effect you can make out the similar pattern, which you can kind of see in the first photo.