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Home Products Xerxes

Xerxes

by Bharucha, Tashi, Van Poppel, Gudy

SKU 426440

Date Added 05/27/2020

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $1,495.00

Overview

This Xerxes by Gudy Van Poppel is a Tashi Bharucha design, it features a clip point blade with false top edge and a flipper. The handle has a hand carved titanium frame done by Gudy, it is anodized, has a matching tip up clip, fileworked and tapered titanium backspacer, hand carved 440C pivot done by Gudy, lanyard at the butt. Nice detent, lockup and blade seating, rides on ceramic bearings and has a ceramic pivot. Comes with a zippered case. Excellent condition.

Product Details

Blade Length 3.75

Overall Length 8.75

Closed Length 5

Weight (oz) 5.3

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Tip Up Carry, Tip Up Clip

Blade Material Unknown

Blade Details Clip Point

Handle Material Metallic

Other Details Tactical

About the Maker

Bharucha, Tashi
Bharucha, Tashi

Tashi Bharucha is a French knifemaker known for sleek, modern designs.

Van Poppel, Gudy
Van Poppel, Gudy

Gudy van Poppel is a fulltime Dutch Bladesmith well known for his work in both Europe and the United States. He started as a genuine Blacksmith and has been making blades for several decades now. He learned to forge his own damascus steel mid 90's. He has been attending shows and exhibitions with his handmade/custom knives since 1997. He started with making/ hand forging mainly fixed blades and later on, swords. Becoming known within the inner circle of the knife community, also the demand for folding knives in his particular style began to grow. So ever since he started he build a broad repertoire of all kinds of blades. What most of these have in common is that they're mostly made with damascus steel forged by himself. (Gudy makes all parts of his knives, including screws, washers and timascus for example.) He is well known for delivering high quality and has a steady growing group of customers/followers, both collectors and users, in Europe and the United States of America. Lately third parties, as manufacturers, have discovered his designs and several collaborations are established. His blades are often finished with natural materials as mammoth ivory, walrus ivory, exotic hardwoods, antler and bones of all sort. This way Gudy van Poppel is able to handcraft modern knives with a classic touch or design. The fit & finish of his blades is of the highest standards available. His craftsmanship is undisputed and his reputation in the inside knife community and among colleagues is increasing rather fast!