Two Mountains Forge
​             Custom, Hand-Crafted Knives For All Occasions and Uses
            Collector And Purveyor Of Fine Antique Guns

13 Inch Bowie
Forged from 1095 carbon steel, with "as forged" hammer marks in the flats. Brass bolster, bone scales, brass pommel and pins. The grip is in the style of a Roman short sword.
Traditional Bowie
Bowie with Stag Horn
Damascus Bowie
"Rising Sun" Bowie
Large Bowie
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Bowie Knives and Fighters
US Army Colonel James Bowie is credited with inventing this distinctive fighting knife in 1828. It has a "False Edge", a sharp section on the top of the blade near the point, which is meant to be used in the up-stroke, like a sabre. These big knives are popular as a bush or hunting knife, or as a companion to a cowboy's "six-shooter".
Forged from 5160 tool steel, with zebra wood handle and steel pommel, pins and guard.
5160 blade, brass guard and pommel. The stag horn is from a BC white tail deer.
Bone grip with scrimshaw, leather spacers, etched guard and pommel.
A mosaic handle in the shape of a rising sun, purple heart and walnut, fire-blued pommel and guard.
A heavy knife for the hunter or cowboy re-enactor. Bone and wenge grip with leather spacers, brass guard. 1095 carbon steel blade, differentially heat treated.
My knives sell anywhere from $75 for a simple utility knife to $375 for an intricate dagger or large Bowie. Chef's knives sell typically for $135 to $250, and cased sets can run into several hundred dollars, depending on the complexity of the project. Please contact me for details and quotes. Have a look on the Currently Available page for my knives for sale.