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In this article I will cover my own work. Periodically I will update this article with a new Skelton Bladworks knife or tool. Please flee free to post your comments on my work. Or to share this posting on Social Media with your friends.

I wanted a little added dimension for my Scaphoid model, so why not two distinctly different personalities on one knife? Made from Chad Nichols Stainless Raindrop Damascus, Monk’s Cloth natural Micarta and 2×2 twill Carbon fiber.

Skelton Bladeworks Jekyll & Hyde Scaphoid in Damascus

My Hellraiser model done up in a special 1-off configuration. Meant to be a spectacle more than a practical version, it certainly grabs your attention. I slipped a few images in here to show what a standard version looks like for comparison. While this one is in Nichols Stainless Raindrop Damascus, standard versions are all in Nitro-V and offered in a variety of finishes. You can view the options on my website.

Skelton Bladeworks

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Skelton Bladeworks Hellraiser: Bifrost Edition 1-off

Taking a few minutes to share 2 knives I recently finished, a Scaphoid and a Hellraiser v2 in Rose pattern Damasteel. You can follow my work on Instagram at: @SkeltonBladeworks

Skelton Bladeworks Scaphoid & Hellraiser v2 in Damasteel

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