Antique Reproductions


Reproduction of original Rose of New York Bowie
The blade is forged from 01 steel.  The knife features a steel guard; nickel silver ferrule, butte-cap and studs; and an elephant ivory handle. PointSeven Studios Photo


Woodhead
This antique reproduction features a 9 inch carbon steel blade forged from 1085 steel.  The fittings are nickel silver and the handle is African Blackwood set off with elephant ivory.  The opposite side of the handle features three ivory circle inlays.  PointSeven Studios Photo


The Searles Bowie
This knife was the winner of two awards at the 2002 Blade Show and International Cutlery Fair in Atlanta, Georgia--Antique Bowie Knife Reproduction Award presented by the Antique Bowie Knife Association and the Best Fixed Blade.  The knife is a reproduction of the original knife made by Daniel Searles which was presented to Colonel Fowler by Resin Bowie.  The original is now on display in the Alamo.  PointSeven Studios Photo


The Texas Knife
This knife was the winner of the Best Handforged Knife at the 2003 Blade Show and International Cutlery Fair in Atlanta, Georgia. PointSeven Studios Photo


Samuel Bell
This knife was featured on the cover of the April 2001 issue of "Blade Magazine" and was the winner of the 2001 Antique Bowie Knife Reproduction Award given by the Antique Bowie Knife Association at the International Blade Show and Cutlery Fair in Atlanta, Georgia. PointSeven Studios Photo


The American Dogbone
This knife was the winner of the 1999 Antique Bowie Knife Reproduction Award given by the Antique Bowie Knife Association at the International Blade Show and Cutlery Fair in Atlanta, Georgia. It is the closest thus far to the original made in 1835. This one-of-a-kind blade was made from various kinds of steel typically found during the period. The blade is 10 1/8" long. The ricasso and aged ivory handle are wrapped in 18-karat gold. The guard, ferrule, dome pins, and escutcheons were made from 18-karat gold. The scabbard is fashioned from German silver with an 18-karat gold overlay on the frog button. Knifeshop.TV Photo


The Fayette
This knife has a 9 1/2" carbon steel blade forged from 01 steel. The guard is fashioned from German silver. The ebony handle features 18-karat gold pins and escutcheons. The butte of the coffin shaped handle is wrapped in gold.  A black or red throat and tip scabbard accompanies the knife. PointSeven Studios Photo


The IXL
The knife has an 8-inch blade. The guard, ferrule, and butte cap are fashioned from German silver. The handle is India stag. Either a black or red throat and tip scabbard accompanies the knife. Weyer Photo


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