Black Prince Push Dagger

Product Description for Black Prince Push Dagger

Maker: Kevin Harvey, M.S. (click to see more by this maker)
Item num: 90406
*** This is handmade and one-of-a-kind ***
Blade length: 4.25 in.
Total length: 6.50 in.
Blade height (at heel): 1.65 in.
Blade thickness (near bolster): 0.22 in.
Item weight: 7.65 oz.
Shipment weight: 9.75 oz.
Blade: Heat colored ladder pattern damascus forged from carbon steels
Bolster: Damascus with 30.6 grams of 14k gold
Handle: Presentation grade Arizona desert ironwood
Sheath: Leather over wood sheath wrapped in ostrich leather and with an antiqued copper throat and tip
Description: Edward, the Black Prince, was born in 1330 and died in 1376. He was never king of England, but was father of King Richard II of England. Edward was the Price of Wales, Duke of Cornwall, and the Prince of Aquitaine. The life of the Black Prince was an inspiration for Kevin when he was making this exceptional push dagger. While the Black Prince may have owned some exceptional daggers, I'm not sure that he owned a push dagger this majestic!
The blade and guard were formed from matching damascus forged by Kevin from carbon steels. The bold ladder pattern is nicely complemented by bronze heat coloring. 14k gold was used for the guard finials, butt cap pins, ferrule, and tube settings, with a total of 30.6 grams! The textured gold collar was made by renowned Swaziland jeweler, Frances Farrell. The gold butt cap was meticulously engraved by Helene van Wyk. The gold used throughout nicely highlights warm tones in the Arizona desert ironwood handle. Each side of the ricasso is set with faceted rubies. Two of the rubes are .2 carat and two are .3 carat.
The knife is matched in quality with its sheath. The wooden sheath is wrapped with ostrich shin leather and lines with soft, protective leather. The throat and tip are formed from patented copper.

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