18th Century-Inspired Bougie Belt Knife by Copperrein

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Inspired by colonial American accoutrements of the finer persuasion.


Blade: 15n20/1095 homebrew pattern-welded steel, etched and corroded chemically to force deep pitting.

Handle: Alternative Ivory dyed green, inset with sterling silver studs. Bolster and pommel red and yellow brass. Peened tang. Aged and waxed.

Sheath: semi-soft leather core wrapped in fine deerskin. Inset tooled cowhide panel with false silk lining, ornate gimp trim, yellow brass drag, and gold rope.

Reproduction historic belt knife with damascus blade, tooled leather sheath,  and ornate faux ivory handle.

Reproduction historic belt knife with damascus blade, tooled leather sheath,  and ornate faux ivory handle.

Reproduction historic belt knife with damascus blade, tooled leather sheath,  and ornate faux ivory handle.

Reproduction historic belt knife with damascus blade, tooled leather sheath,  and ornate faux ivory handle.

Reproduction historic belt knife with damascus blade, tooled leather sheath,  and ornate faux ivory handle.

Reproduction historic belt knife with damascus blade, tooled leather sheath,  and ornate faux ivory handle.

Reproduction historic belt knife with damascus blade, tooled leather sheath,  and ornate faux ivory handle.

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