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rp50817 12-26-2010 08:09 PM

Beautiful Mahogany Obsidian Blade Art Knife with Exceptional Elk Antler Handle
 
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Crafted by Randy Porter, who has made and sold hundreds of knives, this exquisite example measures 11-inches long in a straight line. It features a 5 3/8-inch mahogany obsidian blade with a nice "window." It was flint knapped by lithic artist Kenny Hull of Timberline Art, Sequim, WA. He is known for his sharp, paper-thin edgework, unique even flaking and close attention to detail. His blades are collected internationally. The blade is permanently attached to the elk antler handle with industrial strength epoxy. It also is secured by a precise wrapping of dark brown sinew which gives it an an authentic appearance. The handle has been specially treated, finely sanded, polished and fitted with a dyed purple box elder burl wood end cap with yellow specks. Contact Randy at rp50817@windstream.net or call 402-443-4947 or 402-304-1422. It comes with a seven-day, money-back guarantee. Buyer pays return shipping. While the knife could be used for field dressing game or other cutting, it is recommended only for display. For Forum members, it is $65 with free shipping. Supporting Members take an additional $5 off.

Glasshartt 12-26-2010 08:17 PM

That is absolutely gorgeous. I didn't realize that obsidian came in that color.

rp50817 12-26-2010 08:22 PM

Thank you very much. Obsidian can come in many different colors including dark green, dark brown, black, golden sheens, beautiful yellows, blues, and tinges of purple.

Reinhard 12-26-2010 08:28 PM

I realy want one ,the only problem is that I live in Europe. I never ever saw such a knife here ,and owning one would be great ,have you ever shipped one to Europe ?

rp50817 12-26-2010 08:42 PM

I have shipped steel blade knives to Europe. I just shipped a knife to Australia. It's a little expensive, but not too bad. I estimate shipping would be about $15 - could be less. I could figure out the exact cost if I had your address. Why don't you send me an e-mail, rp50817@windstream.net ? I'd enjoy knowing more about where you live, our common interests and so on. I wonder if these knives are rare in Europe because they were primarily used by Native Americans? Happy New Year, Randy

Reinhard 12-26-2010 08:58 PM

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Originally Posted by rp50817 (Post 409599)
I have shipped steel blade knives to Europe. I just shipped a knife to Australia. It's a little expensive, but not too bad. I estimate shipping would be about $15 - could be less. I could figure out the exact cost if I had your address. Why don't you send me an e-mail, rp50817@windstream.net ? I'd enjoy knowing more about where you live, our common interests and so on. I wonder if these knives are rare in Europe because they were primarily used by Native Americans? Happy New Year, Randy

hi Randy ,I am from Belgium,I will e-mail you as soon as possible
Merry Christmas and a happy new year


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