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Dan Graves Artifact Walrus Ivory Drop Point

Here’s a great artifact walrus ivory knife by Dan Graves. Dan forged the 4” Damascus blade from 1084 and 15n20 in a random pattern. The handle is artifact walrus ivory from Alaska that was used, long ago, as a fire starter. Ferrule is sterling silver and the carved guard is nickel silver.

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Comment by Dennis Hibar on July 7, 2021 at 10:10

Here's a pic of the other side of the handle.

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