This dagger is one of my earlier pieces. I scrimmed the figure in two colors (black with a red accent) on a Russ Easler dagger with ivory micarta handles. No client on this one; I bought the dagger from Russ (who passed away last year) and scrimmed it to put out at a knife show.… Continue reading Semi-Nude Scrimshaw on Russ Easler Dagger
Below is a hunting knife by Tommy McNabb of Carolina Custom Knives with estate elephant ivory handles and engraved bolsters. The leopard in the tree was scrimmed in full color on one side; knife supplied by the maker.
Below is a gentleman’s folder by Ron Nott with black water buffalo horn handles and damascus steel blade and bolsters. The reverse scrim shows a Golden Retriever on this knife supplied by the customer.
Below is a folding pocketknife with estate elephant ivory handles by Ken Steigerwalt. Scrim is in full color on both sides. This knife won the Best Scrimshaw Award at the 1997 SouthEastern Custom Knife Show. NOTE: Please excuse the quality of the photo. This was an early photo made on a flatbed scanner.