Monday, January 2, 2012

Roger's latest knife....

Roger finished this knife and sheath for my nephew a while before Christmas...but I didn't want to show it till he got to give it to him.
He used an airbrush to spray on the special finish...and then it is baked on. It is a finish used by the Navy Seal team....so it should stand up to a lot of wear. As you can see the blade is approximately 5 inches long.
Roger's name is etched in it but you can only see it at a certain angle.
The handle is wrapped with parachute cord...it does not slip out of the hand.
I think it is one of his best looking knives!
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I have been busy with other things...not sure if I am quite ready to get back to blogging, but thought I would give it a shot tonight. My oldest daughter just left today...kind of got the blues about that. Did not get to spend as much time with her as I would have liked...but that is life. I am blessed to have seen her at all.

12 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Rose, Hope you all had a great Christmas and New Year's. It's okay to be sad when the loved ones leave--but just remember how lucky you were to see her during the holidays...

Great knife...Wow--your hubby is so talented... AMAZING. Love that handle.
Hugs,
Betsy

Ellie said...

Hi Rose, nice to see you are back even if only a wee while :) I hope you had a lovely festive period and now we are onto a brand new year. Hope it is a good one for you.
That is a stunning knife that Roger made - he is a clever man!

MyNorth said...

Wow! The knife is exquisite. Excellent craftsmanship.

Linda G. said...

Your husband is quite talented; great-looking knife!

Sandra said...

I have missed you, glad to see you back. your hubby is soooo talented. this is really a nice knife, and looks good to. i like that handle. the people who receive these as gifts are truly blessed.

Montanagirl said...

Happy New Year - and that's a beautiful knife!

Caron said...

Happy new year!

That is my favorite knife so far. I like the cord on the handle and I like the finish.

Take your time. As you may have noticed I haven't blogged in ages! ;)

don said...

Roger does such a wonderful job of creating these knives. It represents an amazing level of competence and skill. WOW knife for sure!

Small City Scenes said...

That is one super looking knife and sheath. Good workmanship. MB

peppylady (Dora) said...

British woman was just at and I thought I would stop in for a quick visit. It must took a lot of time to do the knife and shield. A good knife comes in handy. We're real picky when it comes to knives.
My blog is always open and if you get chance stop in for some coffee.

Marie said...

Wow! I am so impressed! He made the blade and everything?? He's very talented! Does he sell them?

EG Wow said...

Roger's work is outstanding.

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