Bub Worrell "Peanut"

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It's a sweet little knife! You have probably already seen some of those, here is mine :

in the rayskin sheath
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out of the sheath
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near Jens Anso's damasheep (for the size)
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gold inlay detail
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It's very small (like 2.5" OAL) it can still be used for small cutting tasks. The scales are mastodont ivory.
Do you like it?
 
Nice to see some of Bub's work again- he did a custom for me- my design, etc. & was a treat to work with- found myself calling to chat & his calls to my office brightened many a gloomy day. He does good work. ;)
 
Congrat's, Flava. I love it. I much prefer a small functional fixed blade to a folder, that one really looks like a beauty! Is that sheath designed for carry on your belt, or in your pocket, or what? Thanks for sharing.:)
 
Originally posted by richard rosvall
Is that sheath designed for carry on your belt, or in your pocket, or what?

It is designed to be carried in the small front pocket of the jeans (does it have a name, that pocket???)
 
I believe it is called a watch pocket. Nice little knife by the way.
 
That is one very cute little knife! On seeing it, I immediately thought of Jens Anso, and the small Wharncliffe he posted a few months ago, with a bead or something on the lanyard to anchor one's pinky.

Can I assume that is also the purpose of the disk on the lanyard of Mr. Worrell's knife? Doesn't look like one could get a decent grip, otherwise. To me that is a very smart way to make a small knife with a big-cutting blade. I like them a lot. Seems we may have similar tastes. You just have more $$ than I. :( :confused:
 
Originally posted by Bugs3x
I like them a lot. Seems we may have similar tastes. You just have more $$ than I. :( :confused:

You'd be surprised how little Bub's knives cost.

He just loves making them, and truly cares about making them right. Here's a picture of my little 2" tanto, also ivory and damascus with the gold inlay and a mosaic pin. It came with a same neck sheath with sterling silver bail and chain. A nice package that was just too good to pass up at Bub's price.
 

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Boy, those are just too cute! I like Brian's a little more but flava's has a lot of charm as well. That's a good idea for using up the little bits of scrap when making larger knives.
 
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