Here is the most frequently made knife here at Andersen Forge. I just can't seem to make enough to keep everybody happy! I forged this blade down from some W2 tool steel stock that was over 2 inches in diameter. When hardening time came around, I used clay to produce the differential hardening that also produces the beautiful Hamon. The handle is a piece of Premium African Blackwood and the knife was assembled using my take-down method.
Field Grade Utility
Beautiful example of a Field Grade Utility from Andersen Forge. Forged from 1" square stock 5160 and fully hardened to take advantage of full blade martensite! Stabilized 45 year old Osage Orange. Fixed assembly with heavy leather, wet-molded sheath. Inquire about the next available one, or get on the list to be notified when one is available. (They sell as fast as I make them)
Amboyna Fighter SOLD!
Beautiful example of the type and quality Figher you can expect from Andersen Forge. Blade forged from 2" round W2 tool steel, selectively hardened using clay to produce the hamon. Twisted wrought iron, deeply etched, for the guard. Stabilized Amboyna Burl handle in a Take-down assembly.
"Crushed" Ws Damascus Bowie with Flaming Crotch Stabilized Walnut Handle and Hot-blued steel take-down fittings.
Every Day Texan! End-grain Spalted Maple furniture with forged W2 blade and Stainless take-down fittings.
Macassar Ebony and Damascus Fighter. Stainless Take-down Fittings.
Gent's Bowie in 1084 with stainless take-down hardware, African Blackwood handle and Mother of Pearl inlay.