Privateer Armoury

Sailing/Rigging knives

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I finally got enough details worked out to begin offering some sailing knives for sale. I am still in the process of learning to use the paypal tools so there may still be some glitches and anomalies.

Take a look and see what yo think, over the next several weeks I will be making more different types and styles of knives as well as adding other tools of the trade.

S / V Grace Workshop

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Let me know what you think and any suggestions are more than welcome.

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the bottom one

how wide is it and what sort of an edge does it have- wedge or chisel?

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Here is another sailor knife that is available on the workshop page.

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Traditional sailor knife with 4 strand 2 color Moku grip and 4strand 5x9 two color turksheads, and a hitched lanyard ring.

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Here is another sailor knife that is available on the workshop page.

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Traditional sailor knife with 4 strand 2 color Moku grip and 4strand 5x9 two color turksheads, and a hitched lanyard ring.

Ohhh I like that one a lot Ben!

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nicely done! how long is it?

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Ben, that is absolutely BEAUTIFUL work, my friend!

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Masterfully done, sir. I have been searching for a Sheepsfoot Blade for a while. I just may have found what I be a'lookin for!

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I can custom make a knife to your specs. Send me a sketch or a description and we can work out the details.

celtingaround@yahoo.com

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Here is another example of my past work. This one is my Wife's sailing knife, with carved true-lover's knots and burned details. The sheath is hot stuffed harness leather that is hand stitched and formed.

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