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Inlay by Doris
Yazzie - Navajo
Steel Key Chain Knives
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are two blade types, rounded and straight.
ring in the lanyard hole - use as is or replace with a leather or nylon thong.
All are made with inlay into the cocobolo
wood handle of spiderweb turquoise and accents colors (jet, coral or lapis). You
will receive a knife with the blade and colors as shown but the matrix in the
spiderweb turquoise will vary on each side of the knife and from the one pictured.
What a fabulous gift for yourboyfriend,
brother, husband or father or for yourgirlfriend, sister, wife or mother !!!
Inlay by Doris Yazzie
One-Blade Key Chain Knife
3 1/2" (not counting rings)
2 1/2" (not counting rings)
1/2" at butt
Doris Yazzie, Navajo
Yazzie is a registered member of the Navajo tribe from the Monument Valley area
of Northeastern Arizona. Doris was raised in Fort Defiance, AZ and currently resides
in Kayenta, AZ. Doris has been creating inlaid knives and other items since 1989.
She operates under the registered trade name of DY Navajo Knife Works.
inlay is comprised of epoxy, dye, and crushed stone. Block is often
more consistent in color, pattern and hardness than natural stone and is more
suitable for applications such as inlay knife handles that may be subject to abrasion
and moisture. The name of the inlay reflects what the block looks like, not what
the inlay is made of. |
or more details.