Dealer / Materials Provider
- Oct 19, 2005
This is a pointy design I came up with just after Christmas. I was drawing and decided to do something out of my normal comfort zone. I really love the sexy curves in this model. I'm calling it the Bourbon Street Skinner. The knife is 9 3/8" long. The blade is 4.5 long and the handle is a big 5" handfull. The curves on this knife are sexy. I told leah it reminded me of that leg lamp in Christmas Story. These two prototypes are both available. I'll have Robert make sheaths for them. They are ground from 3/16" 3D Spalted 01 steel. The main grind is a convex sabergrind. There is a pretty false edged swedge ground on the back of the blade too. One handle is black on nat can with an orange stripe ($280 shipped with sheath). The second handle is nat can bolstered Osage Orange ($300 shipped with sheath). I have two more of these cut downstairs as I'm really stoked about this model. Its pointy, but it does kitchen duty to fuzz sticks. What do y'all think?