Monthly Archives: February 2011

Claddagh knife continued

I finished the reverse side with no problems. Looks great. The problem is the front side. I’ve spent four hours drawing and redrawing designs and I do not like any of them. What started out to be a Celtic knot … Continue reading

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Claddagh knife Day 2

I thought about engraving this design all night. Sometimes I think it would be better to just stay up all night than to toss and turn thinking about the design. After breakfast I resharpened all my 90 degree gravers and … Continue reading

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Claddagh Knife

I’m starting a new knife tonight. We’ve been working on the design for months and with St Particks Day quickly approaching we were finally able to settle on a design. The first photo is of the Spyderco Byrd Meadowlark knife … Continue reading

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Shamrock Auto

A Shamrock to welcome Tristan Emmett Coyne When my son deployed to Afghanistan I started engraving him a knife for every occasion. I engraved a fixed blade damascus knife for him to open MRE’s with, I cut a Schrade folder … Continue reading

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Captain’s Knife

A retirement knife for a great Sailor My very good friend is retiring from the Navy after a long and successful career. Captain Charles B. Rhodes, MSC, USN will retire on 1 April 2011. Wish I could be there to … Continue reading

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Exotic Knife Sheaths with silver embellishments

  JTL Leather exotic sheath with silver trim JTL Leather Exotic knife sheath – Skate Here are three beautiful exotic knife sheaths for you to admire. They were created by Travis Luz, JTLleather.com , a Master Craftsman (and my best … Continue reading

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ITS Knife

  I just completed a folder with the Imminent Threat Soulutions (ITS) logo on one of the brass side plates. If your not familiar with ITS check them out at http://www.itstactical.com/ . I’ve been working on this knife for awhile and … Continue reading

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