MAKING THE ORDINARY EXTRAORDINARY

Buck 110 Artist - Garett Finney

Posted by in Buck 110 Artists on June 18, 2014 . 1 Comments.

I have been publicly customizing knives since 2011. I started out doing only inlay on knife handles, but then realized there was still something missing. Thats when I started trying to come up with added embelishments on pocket knives and fixed blades as well as other speciality items like letter openers and money clips. Anything with a flat surface is a target for my work. I also have felt that there isn't enough variety when it comes to handle materials for knives so I started making my own materials by casting objects into alumilite resin. I came up with stabilizing and casting sea urchin spines, Sharks teeth, and other interesting items into colored and multi colored resin. This adds a new level of exotic materials into the knife market. I usually mix my own materials with other stones, coral, pearl, etc.. I had the original idea of putting fossil fish, trilobites, and fossil leaves into pocket knives mixed with other exotic materials. I work hard and I am always looking to try something new. Keep an eye out for my knives on buck110.com and http://www.finneyknives.com

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