Custom Bushcraft, San Mai with Leather Sheath
This pattern of layered steel was extremely difficult to make. It’s a San Mai with a 3200 layer damascus core (1084/15n20), copper shims and a brass Damascus jacket. This steel is the last bit left from my competition Wakazashi that was tested by David Baker himself. This is a take down knife meaning the screw located in the pommel area of the handle is what holds the blade together. The handle has a solid brass bolster with a heirloom fit the the stunning piece of koa wood. I also did the leather sheath was hand made and tooled .
Cutting edge: 3.75”
Overall length: 10”
Spine Thickness: 0.168”