This is an early knife, made in 2002 as a new Journeyman Smith. The Teardrop hunter went on to become a knife I made quite often over the years in slightly different variations, but always with the same basic theme.
Blade is forged from 52100 and hand-finished. The bolsters are Damascus, and the handle scales are oosic. Both the bolsters and the oosic scales are attached with blind pins - spring pins that pass through the tang and into the material from the underside without breaching the surface.
The prop under the knife is a walrus jawbone. I used it in this capacity for years until I used it to make the handle of my Mastersmith dagger in 2004.