$380.00 USD    £270.00

This is the knife that I used hand tools to make including the final sharpening and stropping.

This knife is amazingly sharp and good to go, it belongs in the woods.

It is made with 5mm 01 tool steel and has a scandi grind.

The blade is 4inches long and the handle is 4 1/2 .

A vine pattern has been cut into the spine.

The handle is made with stabilised burr walnut.

The sheath is also completely hand made and decorated, it has also been wet moulded to fit the knife.

The deeper grind is one of the easiest blades to sharpen. 

FOR SALE             $360.00   USD.       £270.00 GBP

This knife has turned out exceptionally well, it is handmade and unique for that reason.

It is a woodlore type bushcraft knife made with 4mm 01 carbon steel and hardened to 59 Rockwell with a scandi grind. 

The handle is made with London plane and there are brass fittings, there is also a grey G10 liner.

The blade is 4 inches long and the handle is 4 1/2.

The thick leather sheath is hand sewn and I have used the Dragon scale stamp, I finished it with an antiquing stain to highlight the pattern.

With correct use and care it will last well over a lifetime.

customers can contact me at   tonyharding4@hotmail.com


My first love was bushcraft and I am out using and developing my knives weekly. I firmly believe that my knives are the better for it after all I know first hand what works, what doesn't and what I want to change.

​​​Leather Work

My leather work is all hand created. I have wrestled in the past with doing some of it on a machine, especially when I first started and my fingers were sore. Now with fingers like leather themselves I'm glad I persevered because I'm proud of each item I create.  

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About Me

I have been wandering around the wilderness since I was a child. I found the love of solitude and closeness to nature grew as I did and I found a deep yearning for outdoor life and work. I have always carried a knife and as I became more experienced I found I wanted to have one which I had made and designed, which fitted my needs as an outdoorsman. I made and tested many knife designs until I settled on the traditional bushcraft shape I make today. This doesn't mean I don't continue to change and add new ideas, as I use my knives constantly I find small changes I can make that will make handling and using them a pleasure. I also think they should last a lifetime and look good; I have just inherited a knife I made for my father over 10 years ago and it's still a beautiful knife that I can still get a razor sharp edge on. I want everyone who buys one of my knives to get the same pleasure and satisfaction from using them as I do.