Handmade Knives Created By Ken Steigerwalt

Handmade Knives By 

Ken Steigerwalt

Knife Specifications: Fancy Blue Mammoth Bark Lockback Folder

Blade Length: 3 1/8"
Overall Length: 6.75"
Blade Type: Drop Point
Blade Composition: Mike Norris Ladder Pattern Damascus
Bolster Composition: Fluted Bob Eggerling Ladder Pattern Damascus
Handle Material: Ancient Blue Wooly Mammoth Bark
Locking Mechanism: Lockback
Opening: Nail Nick

Special Features: Ken Steigerwalt never ceases to amaze us with the beautiful designs that he creates.  This piece is a perfect example of a one of a kind art piece produced with great attention to detail, gorgeous, precious materials, exacting tolerances and of course magnificent results.  Ken started with beautiful ladder pattern stainless damascus steel from Mike Norris for the blade.  Ken deep etched this lovely steel to bring out its very interesting pattern.  Ken also nicely shaped the damascus bolsters by Bob Eggerling into a shell pattern.  For handle material, Ken selected the very best blue wooly mammoth bark available, with stunning blues, greens and turquoise as well.  Ken fileworked the stainless liners and backspacer into matching pattern adding additional beauty to this amazing work of cutlery art.   The result of all this work is one very unique, and quite eye catching art knife that is sure to please the most discriminating collector.   Over and above the beauty of this piece;  fit, finish, lockup, and action are first rate as well.  Ken, thank you for your hard work on this piece.  We are always delighted to have your work.

Price:  sold

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Knife Specifications: Fancy Samber Stag Lockback Art Folder

Blade Length: 3.25"
Overall Length: 7.25"
Blade Type: Drop Point
Blade Composition: Devin Thomas Wide Ladder Pattern Damascus
Bolster Composition: Bob Eggerling Mosaic Damascus
Handle Material: Presentation Grade Sambar Stag
Locking Mechanism: Lockback
Opening: Nail Nick

Special Features: Ken Steigerwalt never ceases to amaze us with the beautiful designs that he creates.  This piece is a perfect example of a one of a kind art piece produced with great attention to detail, gorgeous, precious materials, exacting tolerances and of course magnificent results.  Ken started with beautiful ladder pattern damascus steel from Devin Thomas.  Ken deep etched this lovely steel to bring out its very interesting pattern.  For handle material, Ken selected the very best sambar stag available, with great contrast and great natural peaks and valleys for gripping as well.  Ken also fileworked the stainless liners as well. Ken also nicely shaped the damascus bolsters also.  This gorgeous combination of materials is quite interesting as well as artistically beautiful. The result of all this work is one very unique, and quite eye catching art knife that is sure to please the most discriminating collector.   Over and above the beauty of this piece;  fit, finish, lockup, and action are first rate as well.  Ken, thank you for your hard work on this piece.  We are always delighted to have your work.

Price:  sold

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Knife Specifications: Black Lip Pearl Engraved Collaboration

Blade Length: 3.5"
Overall Length: 7.75"
Blade Type: Drop Point
Blade Composition: Devin Thomas Basket Weave Pattern Damascus
Bolster Composition: Stainless Steel Engraved with Solid Gold By Julie Warenski
Handle Material: Presentation Grade Black Lip Pearl
Locking Mechanism: Scale Lock
Opening: Scale Release Mechanism

Special Features: Ken Steigerwalt never ceases to amaze us with the beautiful designs that he creates.  This piece is a perfect example of a one of a kind art piece produced with great attention to detail, gorgeous, precious materials, exacting tolerances and of course magnificent results.  Ken started with beautiful raindrop damascus steel from Devin Thomas.  Ken deep etched this lovely steel to bring out its very interesting pattern.  For handle material, Ken selected blue wooly mammoth scales available to add beautiful color and contrast to the piece.  Ken also fileworked the stainless liners as well.  Ken also carved and fluted the damascus bolsters into a shell pattern.  This gorgeous combination of materials is quite interesting as well as artistically beautiful. The result of all this work is one very unique, and quite eye catching art knife that is sure to please the most discriminating collector.   Over and above the beauty of this piece;  fit, finish, lockup, and action are first rate as well.  Ken, thank you for your hard work on this piece.  We are always delighted to have your work.

Price: sold

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