A knife with
laminated blade and decorated with strips of pattern-welding. The mountings
are cast brass.
A blade of a Bowie-style knife made from spring steel.
A simple and short dagger with straight pattern-welding on its blade.
A custom-ordered dagger balanced for throwing.
A custom-ordered knife resembling a Scottish dirk.
A medieval-style knife. The brass mount and the blade have been constructed
according to finds from Pernaja, Finland.
A pattern-welded so-called woman's utility knife.
A simple woman's utility knife, having only its cutting edge polished.
A knife forged from meteoric iron.
A simple machete.
A small, completely pattern-welded pocket knife.
A small, Irish-styled sgian dubh –knife.
An antler-handled seax made from a broken, pattern-welded sword blade.
A seax with a pattern-welded back and a laminated cutting edge. The handle
is made from antler.
A woman's knife made from scrap pieces of pattern-welding.
Another pattern-welded utility knife.
A Japanese-style kitchen knife with a pattern-welded blade.
Another knife with pattern-welding on the back of the blade.
A simple pattern-welded knife with silver birch handle.
Small letter-opener with silver
birch handle and pattern-welded blade.
A heavy, spring steel bowie.
A Scottish-style dirk with a fullered blade.
forged from spring steel.
A lightly patinated dagger with a birch bark grip.