A two bladed pocket knife with scissors in matching damascus steel.
The scissors have a titanium spring and the webs are sterling silver. The ebony is from a reclaimed piano key. The silver pins were designed to disguise the structural pins holding the knife together – the mechanism of the knife relies on stainless steel tubes that are plugged with the silver wire. When the silver is riveted, all the pieces are held together securely. One of the features of this shape of knife is how close to the back edge the middle pin is. Structurally, a 2mm pin is perfect but that means that if the scales are rounded off, then the pin gets finished at an angle. By using the tube and pin method, the problem is reduced and the integrity of the knife is retained.