Spalted Integral Dirk
This is one of the most universally-loved blade shapes of all time. The blade looks like a chef's knife and a weapon all at the same time. One of the reasons it is so timeless is that it is almost impossible to make a knife blade with a simpler shape - and yet the subtlety of the proportions and curves means you could spend a lifetime mastering them.
The knife is forged from 52100 round bar, heat treated in salt, and differentially tempered. The blade flats are hand-finished, and the rest of the steel is mirror polished. I have been finishing integral knives like this for years, and I still love the contrast you can get in the same piece of steel. The handle is stabilized, spalted maple with domed nickel silver pins.
Sheath is a pouch style with a "V" notch belt loop and "rack gear" tooling.
Blade is 7" long with an overall of 12"