Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
I love that it has seen that usage and wears it well. Testament to a life lived as was intended Nothing like a sharp piece of functional history in your pocket!
Here is my Wostenholm Barlow from across the pond which has seen a similar happy life
Sincere thanks JJ, you're very kind
A striking photo of that beauty Dean
A lovely pair of workers JJ The Whit-L-Craft is a very interesting knife, as well as attractive. Great-looking Robeson too, and in fabulous condition
Rosewood and ebony for me today, a short-run Lambsfoot SFO I had done last year, I think, and Charlie's impressive Black Jack
Thank you very much, yes that's right.
Today with this little Puma 4 Star in Olive wood.
Fascinating videos, thanks for the links. I particularly enjoyed the technical stuff in the first video, and seeing Tony's shop. His tireless enthusiasm for making knives very much reminded me of Stan Shaw
Yestere'en's baked meats do coldly furnish forth the breakfast table:
They'll warm up.
Serrana in wood,
Two more Tony Bose inspired knives, Case Swayback Jack and Case Sowbelly.
Thanks for the compliment Jack! Nice Rosewood Lambsfoot and big Ebony Jack from Charlie my friend!
I’m carrying wood and stag today. I’ve got my Wright’s large Pere David stag Lambsfoot and a new Opinel No.8 limited edition with red laminated Birch. Y’all stay safe out there!
Just some obsolete man-jewelry
I forgot about wood Wednesday when I picked these out, but I’ll stick with them
Two jacks, Voos and John Primble.
Rogers vs peachseed.
Barehead vs serpentine.
Have a great day!
Be safe out there, folks!
My Nessmi and a Lanny's Clip (T Bose pattern) made by Brent Cramer today.
Did you carve that Opinel? Nice job.
Happy Friday-on-a-Wednesday, everyone!