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(above) A classic knife with a simple hilt contrasting with its intricately etched blade.
This example has a monogram of the owners initials worked into the design.
Fine and Beautiful Tools: A pair of finely decorated custom made skinning knives - also shown in a solidly made wooden presentation box (below).
A Sweep of Steel: (below) An elegantly curved Middle-Eastern dagger with an etched blade and an "hour-glass" hilt.
Another beautifully curved Eastern dagger, this one with a metal hilt.
A Bayonet for The Bess:
A Nineteenth Century triangular-section bayonet.
A Pugio (or Roman soldier's broad dagger) with its scabbard.
Ceremonial Pieces: (below) A selection of Ceremonial daggers...
This special ceremonial dagger has a crystal pommel, a carved spiral hilt, a pierced and sculpted brass crossguard with sun and moon emblems, and a sinuous waving blade etched with runes.
(above) A custom-made fantasy dagger with a highly detailed twin snake motif which moves from the molded pommel through the carved hilt and finally down the length of the acid-etched blade.