S16 Earl of Nottingham – Investment Art Knife

$2,200.00

The Earl of Nottingham is a regal Knife handcrafted with only the finest materials.  From the unique design to meticulous execution of its eloquent brass inlay, incredible filework and the highest quality maple handle, no expense was spared creating this treasure.  Be the Envy of your friends by adding this must-own, one-of-a-kind blade to your collection.

Behind every great king is the queen that made it all happen. If the elegance it took to be queen was ever to be personified as a masterpiece the Ivory Queen might just be that.

 

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Description

Unique investment art knife entitled Earl of Nottingham. Quality collector’s knife with one-of-a-kind inlaid filework and sculptured crown.

This investment art knife reveals exemplary design and craftsmanship in the intricate tang filework.  Separate inlaid sections of brass have been placed within the filework pattern – a technique rarely or never seen.  Another feature on this art knife is the sculptured crown on the butt.  Framing the elaborate filework and crowned butt are brass and black tang liners. These provide a final touch to complete the regal look of this knife named “Earl of Nottingham”.

The AAA flame maple handle with its mosaic pin and mirror polished blade complete this work of art. This is a beautiful piece for any knife collector looking to add to their collection.

Be assured that this and every knife on this website is handcrafted by this master craftsman – from design to finished product, all constructed in-house in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.

 

Additional information

Weight 4.2 lbs
Dimensions 48.3 × 15.2 × 10.2 cm
Handle material:

Stabilized AAA flame maple

Construction:

Full tang

Blade material:

ATS-34 stainless steel

Blade length:

5 inches

Blade width:

1 1/8 inches

Overall length:

9.5 inches (includes .5 inches for crown)

Sheath included:

A presentation case is included in place of a sheath

Other:

Inlaid brass sections in fileworked tang, sculptured crown on tang butt, brass and black tang liners, center mosaic pin, mirror polished blade