George Muller Fossil Molar and Damascus Liner-Lock Folding Knife
South African knifemaker, George Muller is a member of the South African Knifemakers’ Guild. George employs creative designs and utilizes exotic materials, and his skill and passion for the work is evident in each one of his custom knives. Many of his more dressed folders have file-worked liners and backspacers, Damascus blades and a jewel inlaid somewhere on the on the knife, oftentimes the thumbstud.
This liner-lock folding knife features a drop-point stainless Damascus blade with file-work along most of the spine. The bolster and backspacer are stainless Damascus, as well. The handle is comprised of two (2) beautiful and very colorful ancient, fossil molar (tooth) scales. The titanium liners are file-worked on the spine of the handle and anodized blue. The pins are gold. The right-handed thumbstud has a ruby inlay. To the best of my knowledge, the knife has never used, carried or sharpened. It is in excellent condition. The blade favors the thumbstud side of the handle but does not touch the liner. The blade opens smoothly and there is ever-so-slight, side-to-side movement when opened. It came to me with the pictured button snap belt sheath, which I was told is Cape Buffalo, but cannot confirm.
- Overall length: 7 1/2"
- Blade length: 3 1/4"
- Closed length: 4 1/4"