The online source for fine custom knivesFree Shipping!!
Shop by Category
Shop by Maker
Shop by Price
Shop by Feature
Shop by Material
Shop by Blade Shape
New this Month
Web Specials

Knife Storage Cases
Books & CDs
Knife Care Products
Steel for Knifemaking

Staff Picks
Gift Ideas

Sharpening Service
Knife Photography
Gift Registry
Gift Certificates

About Us


click for larger images

click on thumbnail to see a larger photo
Rating: No reviews
add review | list reviews
Availability: Not currently available

product description

Related Products:
Driscoll, Jeffrey E.
Ethnic Knives
Fixed Blade Knives
Nordic Knives
Sheaths - Wood
Buffalo Horn
Carbon Steel - Damascus
Gold and Silver Inlay
Knives with Sheaths
Nickel silver
Wood - Birch

Product Description for Crossroads

Maker: Jeffrey E. Driscoll (click to see more by this maker)
Item num: 84156
Blade length: 6.50 in.
Total length: 11.75 in.
Blade height (at heel): 1.25 in.
Blade thickness (near bolster): 0.17 in.
Item weight: 13.00 oz.
Shipment weight: 15.9 oz.
Blade: Multi-bar composite Damascus blade forged by Micke Andersson
Bolster: Nickel silver with multi-bar mosaic Damascus by Mattias Styrefors
Handle: Buffalo horn with fine silver inlay
Sheath: Dyed silver birch with a nickel silver upper and fine silver inlay
Description: Intersecting lines, diamonds and triangle forms are the theme in this dynamic piece -- starting from the tip of the powerful and complex mosaic damascus blade by renowned Swedish bladesmith Micke Andersson, following through the double guard of Mattias Styrefors twist and mosaic Damascus, and culminating in the intricately inlaid buffalo horn handle.
The highly complex mosaic Damascus blade combines a firecracker edge and spine surrounding a spiderweb pattern central bar. 20C and 15N20 carbon steels assure a keen, long lasting edge. The blade has tremendous complexity, combining bold and complex patterns so as to be both fascinating from a distance and up close. The double guard incorporates Mattias Styrefors twist and spiderweb patterns. Spiderweb patterns by Mattias and Micke nicely compliment each other. The handle was created using screwed tang construction through the hidden pined, cased and fileworked handle liners. This technique ensures a solid knife that will last for many years to come. Lastly, Jeff finished the knife off with a fileworked nickel silver pyramid. The sheath is formed from dyed silver birch with fine silver inlay in Celtic knot work patterns. Nice work throughout.
Availability: Not currently available

Home | View Cart | Check Out | Search | Empty Cart
customer service | privacy policy | guarantee | shipping options | about us

Phone Orders: 425-889-5980
Looking for Chef's Knives? Try

We Accept Discover, American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Check and Money Order
Epicurean Edge, Cutlery, Kirkland, WA
Comments and questions to
Text and images protected by copyright. Copyright 2017-2020 BladeGallery Inc. All rights reserved.