Investment Grade

All natural handle materials are subject to checking and/or cracking under extremes of temperature and humidity. As such natural materials are not guaranteed.

All the African Elephant ivory from which these Randall Made knife handles were crafted pre-dates the ivory ban of 1989. Additionally these knives, handled with pre-ban African Elephant ivory, qualify for the de minimis exemption of the current USFWS ivory restrictions and may be traded in interstate commerce.

 

 

Model #7 FWI, Scrim and Eng.

$3700.00

Model #7 FWI, Scrim and Eng. Image
This little Randall model #7-4.5" features stainless steel, brass hilt, butt cap and spacers. In 1995 I scrimshawed the fossil walrus ivory tusk tip with a scene of me surf fishing at Cape Hatteras with the lighthouse in the background. This depiction shows the light before it was moved inland a few years ago to avoid losing it to the sea. The work is dated and signed RB#678 in my exclusive edition for Randall Made Knives. The deep relief engraving is by world class artist David Perdue. Please note the cracks and checks on the reverse side. This is common on exterior "bark" fossil walrus as well as other ivories. There are no checks on the scrimshaw/trademark side.

Model #7 FWI, Scrim and Eng.

$3700.00

Model #7 FWI, Scrim and Eng. Image
This little Randall model #7-4.5" features stainless steel, brass hilt, butt cap and spacers. In 1995 I scrimshawed the fossil walrus ivory tusk tip with a scene of me surf fishing at Cape Hatteras with the lighthouse in the background. This depiction shows the light before it was moved inland a few years ago to avoid losing it to the sea. The work is dated and signed RB#678 in my exclusive edition for Randall Made Knives. The deep relief engraving is by world class artist David Perdue. Please note the cracks and checks on the reverse side. This is common on exterior "bark" fossil walrus as well as other ivories. There are no checks on the scrimshaw/trademark side.