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Hola chicos, bueno les dejo este PSD Con uno modelo de entradas para que lo usen o usen los styles o lo que sea xD
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Knife in the viking age style. Blade is pattern welded. In handle there is salix caprea, birchburl, vulcanized fiber and brass. Sheath is made from leather with brass fittings.
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This is a viking knife sheath that I made. It is based on e combination of Gotlandic finds and the weapon knife from Vendel.

It is all made from leather and brass.
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Iron age style knife, but not strict historical replica. Handle and sheath fittings are made out of bronze.

Although the casted handle is hollow, this one turned out to be bit heavy. Handle is filled with glue and tang is also riveted at end of handle.

Blade is actually pattern welded, but it needs to be watched closely to see patterns (not visible in photo) .
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This is one of three pictures of this project.

Materials: Elk antler, cow bone, leather, acrylic paint, waxed linen cord

Knife length: 12"

Sheath length: 10"

Description: A well-weathered piece of elk antler is the handle for this bone knife. Brown painted accents adorn both knife and sheath, and a slice of elk antler is an additional detail on the sheath.

Price: $115.00

Available on Etsy here: [link]
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Materials: Red stag antler, cow bone, deerskin, acrylic paint, metal stag charm

Knife length: 15 1/5"

Sheath length: 15"

Description: This is one of my biggest, most gorgeous bone knives to date! I took a lovely piece of real red stag antler--the same species of deer sacred to Cernunnos and Herne--and made it into a knife with a real bone blade. Near the pommel end of the handle, on one side, I painted a stag bugling in acrylics, and on the blade I painted hoofprints. The sheath is deerskin, and I decorated it with a slice of red stag antler with a vintage-style red stag charm on it. It is a truly powerful ritual tool, a lovely athame or other sacred knife to dedicate to the Horned God, the totem stag, and other cervine deities.

Price: $130

On Etsy: [link]
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Knife (puukko) made in the viking age style. This is not strict historical replica of any original viking age knife. Blade in this one is same as there [link]
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This is one of three pictures of this project.

Materials: Wolf bone, cow bone, camel bone, wolf fur/claws, leather, artificial sinew

Knife length: 10 1/2"

Sheath length: 10"

Description: This is one of my more unusual knives, made from some hard to come by materials! The handle is a wolf leg bone wrapped in artificial sinew and scraps of white wolf fur, and the knife has a cow bone blade. The sheath is a white wolf hind leg skin with all four claws, with a panel of pale grey-brown leather in back. It has a slice of wolf bone and artificial sinew braids with bone beads on them on the front, and artificial sinew belt loops. A stunning knife for ritual use!
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Teeriaiheinen puukko, damaskoidulla terällä. Helat pronssi/messinki seosta. Kahvassa raitapahkaa, wengeä ja vulkaanikuitua. Tupen yläosa on parkkinahkaa ja teräosassa raitapahkapuoliskot joiden välissä vulkaanikuitua.

Pattern welded knife with black grouse motif. Fittings are made from bronze/brass alloy. Woods in the handle are salix caprea burl and wenge. Between them there is vulcanized fiber. Top of the sheath is bark leather and lower part is made from salix caprea halfs with vulcanized fiber between them.
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Pattern welded knife (puukko), made in the viking age style. But this is not strict historical replica of any original viking age knife.
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