Sunday, January 12, 2014

A Set of custom knives for a Woodsman

This week I am posting a set of custom knives.

The top knife has a blade just about 4 inches long
and has a nice drop point blade.

The bottom knife is a smaller knife set up for
wearing as a neck knife with a blade about
2 1/2" long.

Both of these knives have a lighter patina aged
finish and file worked spines.

They also both have some really nice aged
old rough cut maple handles.

Both of the sheaths were hand stitched
and antiqued.

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Thank you 
Matt ML Knives


  1. Beautiful looking knives there Matt - those old aged handles really finish the blade off a treat, great work!

    Hey Matt, sorry if I missed it, but do you have like a post explaining how you got started in knive making? Would love to read it if there was something available!

    1. Thank you Steve appreciate that.

      I don't know if I have a post about that. Maybe in the future I can do that. Thank you for the post.


  2. Very nice craftsmanship.

  3. Wow these are beautiful. They look very sturdy too - are they designed with a specific application in mind?

    1. Thank you.
      Both were designed to be used in the field...