Wood Scabbards


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A wood scabbard for a Model 701 Desk Tanto. Built from cocobolo wood with a diagonal spacer of purple heart wood. A one inch wide band of mokume surrounds the top lip.

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2A birds-eye maple wood scabbard for a Model 703 letter opener. A band of mokume surrounds the top.

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3A few examples of wood scabbards, all built from matching American walnut. This one has a western flavor with a brass and wood bead drop – an engraved brass band surrounds the top of the scabbard.

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4This photo shows two Texas Bowies and a Wild Boar Hunter. Also with matching walnut scabbards, the Boar Hunter in the middle has an engraved N. S. band. The two bowies have bands of mokume.

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5A Model 503 Wild Boar Hunter knife: both finger grip handle and matching wood scabbard built from a block of Presentation Grade A. A., AZ Desert Ironwood. Mother Nature’s handiwork at her very best!

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6A bocote wood scabbard built of my Model 601 Quillion Dagger. This one with an ivory warthog tusk handle.

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7A large model 601 Quillion Dagger with a bocote wood scabbard. It comes with a brass cap and brass Sam Browne button stud used for carrying on a belt.

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