DAMASCUS ROSEWOOD BRASS STUD BOWIE DM1058 SZCO These Civil War period styled Bowie's are hand crafted in Pakistan using traditional methods and forging techniques to create authentic replicas that give, authentic strength, look and feel as characteristic to originals of the era. Measuring 13-3/8" in overall length, this highly functional knife features a classic Bowie design and sports a 7-1/2" damascus steel, sharp single edge clip-point blade. Each blade exhibits its own unique patterns of banding and mottling due to the smith's process of drawing and folding the steel billet in up to 300 layers to forge each blade. File work bolsters.
The beautiful Rosewood handle is shapen with a contour grip and adorn with rows of brass pins. The thick "s" shaped handguard is both elegant and sturdy. The brass bolster and guard are complemented by an equally elegant brass pommel at the opposite end of the handle. This extremely stylish and affordable Bowie Knife comes with a genuine leather stitched belt sheath, that is embossed and equipped with snap lock secure.
Produced in traditional methods similar to the originals, these replica pieces have the authentic appearance and structure of the time-worn antiques. They are often difficult to distinguish from the expensive genuine articles. This Bowie Knife is a functional piece that can be utilized in real world settings or for real-use activities often found in re-enactment, theater and film, and costume events. Ready for hard use in the field, yet beautiful enough to proudly display in any home or office.
This affordable Wood Handled Traditional Styled Bowie looks very much like an authentic piece of Americana, right from the history books. Its new construction makes it a fine piece for any enthusiast to own, carry, use, or display.
Arkansas culturalist and researcher Russell T. Johnson describes the James Black knife in the following manner and at the same time captures the quintessence of the Bowie Knife: "It must be long enough to use as a sword, sharp enough to use as a razor, wide enough to use as a paddle, and heavy enough to use as a hatchet."