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Eagle Head Knife w/ Flintknapped Blade and Stand

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This is my second eagle head carving, I am very satisfied with the outcome! I took a piece of butternut and carved the bald eagle head. I then used a rosewood stain to match the carving to the flintknapped blade. I then fixated the blade into the carving and again stained the artificial sinew rosweood, and wrapped the carving to the blade. After putting the knife together I sprayed the entire piece with polyurethane to give it a show piece look. For the eye of the eagle I used a rock found on the shore of Lake Michigan. The base is stained with rosewood and oak. I carved a piece of maple to make the stand, and stained it an oak color to match the base and offset the color of the eagle carving.

Base is 11.5" x 4"
Total height is about 7.5"
Knife length is roughly 9.5"

This knife and stand would look amazing over a fireplace, on a desk or shelf, or anywhere in a home to catch the eye of guests or for you to admire yourself.

This knife is made with pride, passion, quality and usability in mind, however I will not be responsible for any damage that may possibly occur during use. I suggest this as a show piece.

If you have any questions please ask, thank you for looking at my item, and visiting Handcrafted Tomahawks.

Eagle Head Knife w/ Flintknapped Blade and Stand

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: stain, oak, maple, butternut, stone, base
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 11 reviews
  • Favorited by: 36 people