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Marsh/George Pattern Swap TKI 2012

by George, Les, Marsh, Jeremy

SKU 1029101

Date Added 06/10/2021

# Available 1

Price $10,000.00

Overview

This set is the Marsh/George Pattern Swap from the TKI 2012 show. It features a Sledgehammer which is a Jeremy Marsh pattern that was done by Les George. It has a Damascus blade with a flipper. The handle has 3-alloy mokume bolsters, carbon fiber scales, tumbled and anodized titanium liners, fileworked 3-alloy mokume backspacer, tip up tumbled and anodized titanium clip. Nice detent, lockup and blade seating. Excellent condition. 3.625" blade, 8.625" overall, 5" closed. The other knife is a Hydra which is a Les George pattern that was done by Jeremy Marsh. It features a Damascus blade with dual mokuti thumb lugs. The handle has mokuti bolsters, marble carbon fiber scales, anodized titanium liners, mokuti backspacer and tip up clip. Nice detent, lockup and blade seating. Excellent condition. 4" blade, 9" overall, 5.25" closed. Comes with a custom leather zippered case that holds both knives and has both makers logos, it was made by Kevin King Leather. 

Product Details

Weight (oz) 21

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Tip Up Carry, Tip Up Clip

Blade Material Damascus

Blade Details Clip Point, Recurve, Drop Point

Handle Material Carbon Fiber, Metallic

About the Maker

George, Les
George, Les

I began making knives in 1992 and have been fortunate enough to have worked with and learned from some of the best knife makers in the world. The maker most responsible for my progression is Stan Fujisaka of Kaneohe, Hawaii. I had been making knives for several years before I met Stan, but he opened the door to a new level of knife making for me and shared his considerable knowledge with me freely. I will continue to refine my craft and to build on all that I have learned so far. I enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1997 and spent over 10 years in its service. I served as a heavy equipment mechanic, an Embassy Guard in foreign lands and a Senior Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician in many of the world's garden spots. I have trained in Explosive Dynamic Entry, Advanced Access and Disablement, Improvised Explosives and Devices, Weapons of Mass Destruction, Close Quarters Combat and many other technical and tactical skills. I have deployed to, lived and worked in Laos, Thailand, North and South Korea, Peru, Mozambique, South Africa, Iraq and many other places in between. Since my departure from the Marines I have worked as an Unexploded Ordnance Technician clearing unexploded munitions, from projectiles to land mines from old training areas. As an EOD Team leader in Iraq, I oversaw over 300 EOD responses and over 100 Improvised Explosive Devices where rendered safe. All of these experiences have given me a unique view of how I think knives and tools should be designed, made and used. I look forward to many new things during this new phase in my career. There is a lot of work left for me to do to get ready for more work to come.

Marsh, Jeremy
Marsh, Jeremy

People often ask how I got involved in knifemaking. I have always carried a pocket knife, and have always been intrigued and wanted to own a custom made folding knife. I started making rings from titanium for friends and family, and in 2003, my dad came home one day from work with a couple issues of Blade magazine. After a couple days of paging through the magazines, I was on the phone ordering materials for two folding knives. After tearing apart my Benchmade to get the general idea of how these things work, and multiple E-mails to David Broadwell (who took the time to answer every question I had in great detail and who I still owe an extra large 120 oz. half diet half regular big gulp) for pointers, I built my first two knives. These two knives ended up being Christmas gifts. The knives went to my Dad and my Father -in- law. I have been an addict ever since. I live in West Michigan with my wife Jennifer, our daughter Peyton and our dog Petra. I am a third generation Die Maker, a postion I still hold. Jennifer is a Kindergarten teacher and my right hand at knife shows. My little girl is now five years old, and I believe she’s at just about the right age to become my first apprentice. Hobbies of mine incude minibikes, mountain bikes, bmx bikes, skateboards, snowboards, or anything that ends with “board” shooting sports of all kinds, brewing beer and all things fast. Customization of anything truly interests me. Be it cars, bikes,firearms or anything someone takes and changes to make it cool and different. Some of the custom work I see people do truly blows my mind, and inspires me to reach deeper into the ozone of customization.

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