I have been intrigued by daggers for as long as I can remember, not only for their symmetrical beauty but also their to-the-point area of use.

The Gambling Man

2017-10-19T09:54:10+02:00May 16th, 2016|Daggers|

Blade: Twist pattern damasteel w. hand-cut droplet-grooves on both sides. Blade is 47mm wide tapering to a vicious point Handle: Absolute top-quality fossil walrus ivory cross-cut piece with all outer bark intact. Unique piece of material to say the [...]

Dual Daggers

2017-10-19T09:56:07+02:00March 23rd, 2016|Daggers|

Blades: 1050 w. hamon & satin finished stainless Handle: Masur Birch w. damasteel spacer & Curly Bubinga w. high gloss finish Fittings: Textured and antiqued copper and bronze Blade Length: 12.5cm / 5" Total Length: 25cm / 9 3/4" Misc: Photo by Högström [...]

Cloak Dagger

2017-10-19T11:50:03+02:00January 1st, 2014|Daggers|

Blade: 1050 carbon steel w. hamon Sheath: Desert Eucalyptus burl Handle: Black ebony w. counter sunk copper pin Fittings: Textured and antiqued copper Blade Length: 11cm / 4 1/4" Total Length: 21cm / 8 1/4" Misc: Photo by Högström


2017-10-10T11:53:53+02:00January 1st, 2014|Daggers|

Blade: 1050 w. hamon Misc: This is my rendition of the WWII Smatchet fighting knife but with a twist for the outdoorsman- the blade has both a slicing and chopping edge on top of being a potent sticking weapon. [...]