Patternwelded modern seax

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First blade of 2019!
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W2 cutting edge stacked with a twist core and wrought iron spine. Blade was deeply hot blued then sanded back ever so gently to make the pattern pop. Cast bronze fittings with buffalo horn.

Theo
 
That looks great. Beautiful yet businesslike. A bold design; short yet beefy.
It looks like it would make lesser knives pee themselves:D
If I didnt want a seax before (which I did), I want one now.
 
Nice seax!

Although I'm a bit disappointed that the handle isn't made of stabilized man-O-war jellyfish or salmon eggs, or something like that. :D
 
Nice seax!

Although I'm a bit disappointed that the handle isn't made of stabilized man-O-war jellyfish or salmon eggs, or something like that. :D
True:D
I remember some of the OPs early knives.
Not your every day handle materials. One handle looked like Osso Buco:D
A very unique and bold style then and now.
 
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