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"Magdalena Magnum" obverse side view in D2 extremely high carbon die steel blade, hand-engraved 304 stainless steel bolsters, Pilbara Picasso Jasper gemstone handle, hand-carved, hand-tooled leather sheat
"Magdalena Magnum"

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Featured Fine Knives and Photographs of my Sole Authorship Knives

If you've seen my home page, you've seen my Featured Knives section. The section is so popular that I decided to have previously featured knives and their pictures accessible at any time for anyone interested. These are knives that are finished and sold. Please take your time and look at them all.

  • In the header of this page, you will see other featured knife pages. The knives are listed in alphabetic order by name; please look at them all. Hover over the photo to read the descriptive text, click on the thumbnail photo to see an enlargement, and click on the name link below it to link to a page with details and more photographs of the knife and project. On each individual knife page, you'll see specifications, measurements, description, theme, artistic idea, knife use, finish, materials, and embellishment details as well as the information for the sheath, stand, case, block or any accessories for that knife. I'll include what information I have on the piece, as well as testimonials from the buyers if available.
  • In the header of this page, you'll also see a link to a page of my older and early works. Since most of these have only one or two photos, they are thumbnailed, with the description in the alternate text that displays when you hover over the thumbnail in most browsers. They are worth a look for perspective and history, and many of them have been, will be, and can be revisited in my more recent and future works.
  • I add to these pages continually.

This page currently has links to 145 individual knife pages. Thanks for being here!

Please Note: The knives on this page are knives that are finished and sold.
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