This gorgeous piece from J.P. Miller features a random pattern welded damascus blade (composed of 1095, 01, and 15N20 steels). A very slight tapered tang gives this piece a nice balanced feel. Handle scales are crafted from elk horn. The unique sheath is hand-stitched 9 oz. cowhide covered with buckskin. This piece was donated to the recent Knife Rights Ultimate Steel fundraiser. The gentleman that won the piece asked that it be sold and all proceeds given to Knife Rights. 100% of the selling price of this knife will be sent to Knife Rights to support the important work they do. Knife has seen no use/carry. The guard is Mr. Miller's wrought iron damascus and does show some very minor surface spotting.
Full Tang, Has Sheath, Tapered Tang
Horn & Antler, Metallic
ABOUT THE MAKER
Visit this maker's website: J.P. Miller Damascus Knives. J.P. Miller has been making knives for 35 years and Damascusfor 23 years. J.P. joined the Knifemakers Guild in 1982. He makescarbon steel knives using 1095 carbon steel. The carbon steel knivesare made by using the stock removal method. The Damascus knivesare all hand forged one at a time. Only natural materials are used to create the handles.