Featured in the “Take It To Your Graver” chapter in the “State Of The Art” section of the Knives 2013 book, C. Gray Taylor’s horse knife exhibits an antique-tortoise-shell handle, and at least 18 implements, such as a hoof pick, bleeding blade, main blade, file, saw, tweezers, cork screw, punches, awl, toothpick, and a tiny swing-handle folder, also with what looks like a tortoise handle.
The centerpiece of the handle comes in the form of a gold horse carved and engraved by Lisa Tomlin, and it is the coup de grace of an already astounding art knife. Bravo! The photo is by Eric Eggly, PointSeven Studios.
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