James Purdey field knife in camel bone and brass. This knife has a 4″ handle and 3″ spearpoint blade, 6 brass rivets with brass guard and a hole for a leather lanyard.
The handle is in camel bone. Camel bone has been used for knife handles as an alternative to ivory.
The blade is made from Damascus steel that is known for its strength and retaining sharpness.
Only after the knife has been treated and polished does the metal truly reveal the characteristic patterns that recall the lost art of the original makers of Damascus steel. Comes in bridle leather belt scabbard with Purdey embossed fastener.