and, having had access to a scanner for a bit, scanned them and decided to post a couple.
This is one of the fanciest pieces I ever made. The blade is O1 tool steel, blade itself about eight inches long. The grip is curly maple stained dark, with spiral grooves carved in and twisted copper wire inlaid in the raised section between the grooves, about five inches long as I remember. Fittings are copper.
The sheath was made of maple, also stained, with a leather collar around the mouth. You can't see it, but there was a belt hook on the back.
This is one of the pieces I took the time to do a mirror-polish on. Came out pretty nice.