The art Dick Davis creates is all around us, but it takes true craftsmanship to create it. A railroad spike becomes a kitchen tool, a chainsaw blade turns into a knife, a rock is transformed into a vase.
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This antler-handled desk knife makes a great letter opener, a great kitchen implement, a great all-around functional knife.
Damascus forging and birds-eye maple come together beautifully in this knife, which is 10.5 inches long from handle to tip.
This knife is forge-welded from an old chainsaw chain and has a double-edged blade. It measures 9.75 inches from handle to tip.
The blade part of this clever folding knife is made from a bandsaw blade.