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I've made quite a few different types of neck knives.  Like many of my knife designs, nothing is written in stone. If you
see something you like and want to change a feature please feel free to email and discuss your idea. As you can see,
they can be the most basic of designs or quite complex, with extensive file work using exotic materials.  Quite a few
customers have had neckers made for their wives or daughters. Because of their mostly small size they are perfect to
carry in a purse or worn like a necklace while jogging. Below are examples of a few I've made over the years.

DAMASTEEL Stainless Damascus
blade with fileworked and anodized
titanium handles make up this most
beautiful neck knife. OAL of 6" with
2-1/2" blade. Stingray leather
covered kydex keeps this sweet
little blade safe and secure while
still being easily accessible

The most popular neck knife I make,
the N6 can take on many different
looks. OAL is 5-5/8"  
Available in different blade steel
materials including ATS-34, High
Carbon Damascus, Damasteel
Stainless Damascus or High Carbon
Steel like 1095. Available as a basic
straight forward knife or with
extensively fileworked blades, Ti
liners with filework, mosaic pins, and
exotic handle scales such as pearl
and ivory.  The options are only
limited by your imagination.
 

A2 Blade steel, shown with cocobola handle
scales, nickel silver pins and lanyard tube, a
single mosaic pin and strategically placed
filework. This wickedly sharp little necker is
an excellent everyday carry knife. Small
enough for the purse or pocket. OAL of
5-1/2" with 2-5/8" blade length.

Talonite blade with Titanium
handle scales, screws and
pins make this little necker
eternal. Blade material may be
substituted with stainless if you
prefer that over Talonite  OAL
of 5-7/16" with 2-3/8" blade
length. Comes with kydex
sheath set-up for neck carry.
All of the knives shown below are forged from my own Damascus using 1084 and 15N20 high
carbon steel. The knives are all "Ladder Pattern" in layer counts of 130 to 406