Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven pearl inlay
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven pearl inlay
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven close up
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven close up
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven bottom view
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven bottom view
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven spine view
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven spine view
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven sheath
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven sheath
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter in leather sheath
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter in leather sheath
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven pearl inlay
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven close up
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven bottom view
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven spine view
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter with carved raven sheath
Skraeling Biter Damascus Fighter in leather sheath

Skraeling is the name the Norse Greenlanders used for the indigenous people they encountered in North America/Greenland. Biter, well you guessed it.

Based on a Viking theme, the carved raven's head holds in its wing a mystical sunstone (Icelandic Spar, Iceland crystal). The sunstone was believed to be used as the navigational aid to find the sun during any of the Viking's voyages. When looked through the stone, double-refraction are seen on the object that one looks at.

The ravens head was meticulously carved from Gabon ebony and selectively textured to add depth and dimensions to the piece. Iolite stones, sometimes considered gems of the Vikings, have been inset to represent the eyes of the raven. The bolsters have a sculpted and textured stylized sun within and where dual salt bath heat colored, archiving the dark blue sky and golden sun effect.

The business end is a forged carbon Damascus blade of 1080 and 15N20 with a center layer of O1 tool steel, a combination which is also known as Kernmantel construction. Kernmantle (laminate), with a solid core of O1 tool steel with a layer of Damascus on each side.The blade also features an integrated choil forged to act as a hand guard. The leather sheath accompanying the Skraeling Biter is made by well known German sheath maker Viktor Baerwald. It is designed to hang from a shoulder strap for ease of carry and quick deployment. Knife sheath photos courtesy of © Hans-Joachim Wieland.

  • Overall Length: 16.5"; BL: 11"
  • Rockwell C 59
  • HCK Damascus 1084 & 15N20 Kernmantel with O1 core
  • African Gabon Ebony Handle, carved
  • Hot blued guard
  • Sunstone inlay
  • Iolite inlay
  • Leather sheath by Viktor Baerwald
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Shipping and Returns

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Shipping and Returns

Simply all orders will be shipped insured via Canada Post or courier and will be individual packed for secure shipping.

Little know facts about shipping: FOB (ownership transfer point) is when the product is given to the shipping agent (carrier). Delivery to a carrier will constitute delivery to the Customer, and risk of loss or damage to the Products will pass to Customer at this point. Products paid for and held by Haslinger Knives at Customer’s request will be held at Customer’s risk and expense. All loss and damage issues must be settled with the shipper. If so required I will provide assistance to you to resolve any shipper disputes. This process can be at time lengthy, so your patience is appreciated.

Returns:

If you should for any reason not be pleased with your order, please contact me. I will gladly be of assistance to you. No returns on custom or personalized orders.

Returns must be approved and returned to me in original condition, with all original items included, securely packed and insured within 3 days of delivery. No used or altered items will be taken back. A restocking charge of 25% will apply. I will not accept any return COD packages. Items must be returned by regular mail, insured. Any other exchanges or returns approved subject to customer liability for freight costs incurred. Contact before sending any returns.

International Customers:

I welcome international customer purchases. Lost international shipments will not be replaced. I suggest you purchase shipping insurance to cover loss or damage. Customer is responsible for payment of all import and duty charges your country might collect.

All International shipment orders are shipped via Canada Post. Upon customer request, I can ship via other methods, however they tend to be pricey. Rates are published at your carrier of choices website.

If you would like insurance, I will purchase such and bill you accordingly. All international purchases will be billed via PayPal invoice. You are not required to have a PayPal account to pay this invoice.

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