Upscale Pieces

 

Sword Cane

This sword cane was first featured at the Blade Show and International Cutlery Fair in Atlanta, Georgia in 2010.  It is made out of African black wood, mammoth ivory and 416 stainless steel.  The twenty-four inch double edged dagger blade is forged from 1075 and 15N20 steels in ladder patterned Damascus.  It uses a push button release mechanism.

Eric Eggly, PointSeven Studios Photo

 

Kennesaw Bowie


This piece was commissioned by one of the actors in the movie "Inglorious Basterds".  The Kennesaw Bowie features an eleven-inch Damascus blade forged by maker from 1075 and 15N20 steels in a West Texas wind pattern.  The overall length of the knife is sixteen and one-eighth inches.  The knife also features 416 stainless steel fittings.  The guard, ferrule and butte cap were engraved and 24-karat gold inlayed by Steve Dunn of Smiths Grove, Kentucky.  The handle was fashioned from fossilized walrus ivory and the inscriptions—“Inglourious Basterds” and Quentin Tarantino—were scrimshawed by Linda Karst Stone of Kerrville, Texas.  A custom made sheath by Paul Long of Kerrville, Texas accompanied this knife.  The sheath features a portion of movie dialogue laser engraved by Jocelyn Lewis of Rockdale, Texas.
  

Steve Woods Photo

 

Kennesaw D-Guard

This knife features an eleven-inch Damascus blade in a West Texas wind pattern forged by maker from 1075 and 15N20 steels.  The knife features a Damascus D-guard, sterling silver ferrule and butte cap.  Both ferrule and butte cap are engraved and gold inlayed by Steve Dunn.  The handle is fashioned from fossilized walrus ivory.  This D-guard was featured at my first AKI Show in 2007.

Eric Eggly, PointSeven Studios Photo

 

Presidio Bowie


The eleven-inch Damascus blade features a West Texas Wind pattern forged by maker from 1075 and 15N20 steels.  The clamshell guard, front and rear bolsters, and handle frame are all made from Damascus steel.   Twenty-four-karat gold inlay, by the maker, is featured on the guard and bolsters.  The handle is ancient mammoth ivory secured with five fourteen-karat gold pins.  This knife was first exhibited at the 2009 Art Knife Invitational in San Diego, California.

Eric Eggly, PointSeven Studios Photo

 

Southwest Bowie

This knife features a ten-inch feather-patterned Damascus blade forged by maker from 1075 and 15N20 steels.  The guard, front and rear bolsters, and handle frame are fashioned from 416 stainless steel and are engraved and gold inlayed by Steve Dunn.  The antique ivory handle scales are accented with five fourteen-karat gold pins.

Chuck Ward Photo

 

El Diablo Fighter


This knife has a nine-inch feather-patterned Damascus blade, forged by the maker from 1075 and 15N20 steels.  The knife has an engraved double sculptured 416 stainless guard engraved and gold inlayed by Steve Dunn
The handle features mammoth ivory which is secured by two 416 engraved handle bolts.  This El Diablo was offered at my first Art Knife Invitational in 2007.

Eric Eggly, PointSeven Studios Photo

 

Upscale Huckleberry Bowie

This knife is inspired by a Joseph Rodgers design from the turn of the twentieth century.  The five-inch blade is forged from 1084 steel.  Steve Dunn engraving is featured on the bolsters made from 416 steel.   

Eric Eggly, PointSeven Studios Photo

 

Manassas Bowie


The blade is forged from 384-layers of 1095 and 01 steels in a ladder pattern. The sterling silver d-guard features engraving, 24-karat gold inlays, and 18-karat gold overlays by Terry Theis of Fredericksburg, Texas. The handle is fashioned from walrus ivory. This knife was awarded Best of Show at the 1996 Blade Show and International Cutlery Fair in Atlanta, Georgia. This knife was one of Blade Magazine's Best of Show winners for the year 1996.

Doug Box Photo

 

Concepción Bowie

This 11 inch Bowie has a 384 layer ladder patterned Damascus blade fashioned from 1095 and 01 steels. The 192 layer Damascus fittings feature 24-karat gold inlay by Terry Theis of Fredericksburg, Texas. The knife has a fluted ivory handle.  

Jim Weyer Photo

 

Matagorda Bowie


The 11-inch blade on the Matagorda Bowie has 224-layers of 1075 and 15N20 steels forged in a ladder pattern. The fittings are fashioned from 80 layers of 1075 and 15N20 steels in a twist pattern. The ivory handle features cross hatch carving with 18-karat gold studs in each diamond. The knife is accompanied by a throat and tip scabbard.

Weyer Photo

 

Old Southwest Bowie

This upscale bowie features a ladder 
patterned Damascus blade forged from 
1075 and 15N20 steels.  The ivory handle 
features 18-karat gold pins.  

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Presidio Bowie
The 11 inch blade is made from 384 layer ladder patterned Damascus of 1095 and 01 steels. The clamshell guard and pommels are fashioned from 192 layer ladder pattern Damascus. The fossilized mammoth ivory handle scales feature 18-karat gold pins.

Doug Box Photo

 

Concepción Bowie
This knife was named "Best Fixed Blade" at the 1997 Blade Show and International Cutlery Fair in Atlanta, Georgia. In the BLADEhandmade awards competition this knife was named "Best Fixed Blade" of 1997. This 11 inch Bowie has a 384 layer ladder patterned Damascus blade fashioned from 1095 and 01 steels. The 192 layer Damascus fittings feature 24-karat gold inlay by Terry Theis of Fredericksburg, Texas. The knife has a fluted ivory handle.
Weyer Photo

 

Madagascar Bowie
The 9-inch 384-layer ladder patterned Damascus blade is forged from 5160 and L6 steels. The fittings are made from 96-layers of 5160 and L6 steels in a twist pattern and feature 24-karat gold inlay by Terry Theis. A throat and tip scabbard accompany the knife. Weyer Photo

 


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