Made from 1095 high carbon steel, this great little knife makes an excellent small game bird and trout type knife. We also recommend it as a paring knife. It has a three inch blade and ergonomoic handle. It could also double as a steak knife. Contact Fred at firstname.lastname@example.org about quantity deals if you are interested in a set.
In the picture that shows just the handles of the knives the order of wood type is, from left to right: stabilized buckeye burl, stabilized dyed curly maple, lacewood, stabilized cherry burl, paduk, osage orange, bacote, olive wood, stabilized tamarind wood, wengue, and dyed and stabilized tamarind wood. Please email us at email@example.com to let us know which type of wood you prefer.