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Complete the handle for your handcrafted knife with a set of beautiful bookmatched scales cut from solid bloodwood.

Bloodwood Knife Scales

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Bloodwood Knife Scales
Bloodwood Knife Scales

Cut from heavy, dense bloodwood, these knife blanks provide excellent durability, rot resistance, and a solid feel in your hand. Bloodwood boasts a crimson tone and satiny texture with a fine natural luster, making it an excellent choice for almost any knife handle.

(2) Bloodwood Knife Scales
More Information
Weight 0.2000
Tech Spec
  • Dimensions (each scale): 1-1/2''W x 5''L x 3/8'' thick
Material Bloodwood
3.3 / 5.0
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Blood wood scales
Reminds me of working with iron wood very stable easy to shape polished up nicely. Take up to 800 grit then buff.
Bushcraft knife commissioned for relative.
Bushcraft knife commissioned for relative.
June 18, 2017
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Knife Scales
In thinking this would be a easy project ended up being complete wash. Not many instruction were provided. I should have went to U-tube first I wish I had, I will still be able to use the knife but will have to buy new knife scales to finish this project correctly.
June 8, 2015
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Both sets were cracked , not happy.
November 24, 2018
5 months ago
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Why did you choose this?
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Christmas gift
James D on Dec 7, 2018
Good quality wood makes a very nice and petty handle polish out real nice
Lloyd G on May 14, 2018
Christmas gift
James D on Dec 7, 2018
future knife project
Todd P on Nov 15, 2018
Good quality wood makes a very nice and petty handle polish out real nice
Lloyd G on May 14, 2018
for a knife
mark c on Apr 10, 2018
It was one of only 2 Knife Scale currently in stock
Stirling B on Jan 4, 2018
Just a gift for a outdoor person.
Paul G on Dec 4, 2017
color and figuring
Gerard B on Dec 1, 2017
Beauty and strength.
Jonathan L on Oct 8, 2017
good price for value
Steve J on Apr 29, 2017
I like the coloring and the description.
dane g on Apr 2, 2017
Liked the color
Darrin G on Dec 8, 2016
It is for the knife I just purchased
Steve E on Nov 16, 2016
Basically I like the color and type of wood. And it had good reviews.
Rick D on Oct 14, 2016
have no experience in this issue
Lucia S on Sep 21, 2016
never used it before
Johnny S on Sep 12, 2016
To experiment with.
Randall H on Mar 22, 2016
I'm making a karambit and sheath for a friend and thought this would suit the project well.
Mike H on Jan 26, 2016
Best price I found.
arthur s on Jan 17, 2016
Looks like a quality product and at a reasonable cost.
David C on Dec 5, 2015
Giving some knife kits for Christmas presents and want some nice scales to go along with them - these should do the job nicely!
Robert G on Dec 3, 2015
needed for project
Andrew D on Nov 25, 2015
Available at this time. Other choices were out of stock.
Dean W on Oct 22, 2015
don't know.
jack s on Oct 1, 2015
future knife project
Todd P on Nov 15, 2018
for a knife
mark c on Apr 10, 2018
Bloodwood is a common name for several unrelated tree species, how easy (or hard) is this wood to work with?
Tom W on Aug 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Bloodwood works as easily as pine. However it is not as soft. Be sure that you backup any drilling that you do.
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