Peter Marker Damascus Folder
Being a fan of Peter Marker’s work, I snagged this puppy up real fast when I saw it come on sale on Bladeforums. Peter is one of the best values in Damasteel folders out there, bar none. He is a relatively low-key maker from Australia, and does some fantastic work.
This particular example here has a unique drilled and annodized design on the bolsters, and antiqued tan micarta handles. Blade is a odin’s eye damasteel, hollow ground in a clip point pattern. The knife features a single thumbstud and the inside of the titanium liners are engine turned.
The blade measures 3″ in length, making it a good gent’s knife, but still large enough for some medium duty chores such as cutting up cardboard if needed.
I do not think that Peter makes knives anymore, as his website is no longer available online, which leads me to believe that he has retired. If you want to get a knife from him, you will likely have to search the secondary market.
Blade Steel: Odin’s Eye Damasteel
Blade Length: 3″
Overall Length: 7″
Handle Material: Micarta