As an avid bowhunter, custom knifemaker Clarence DeYong knows what it takes for a knife to perform in the field. Drawing from his real-world experience, Clarence channels his decades of skill and craft into creating some of the most unique and functional blades in the market.
Like all his blades, the DeYong #1334 is repurposed from old files and rasps because Clarence delights in breathing new life into something that’s discarded. The beauty of a DeYong blade lies in this remarkable transformation – from being used and unwanted to becoming prized and precise.
The DeYong #1334 features a robust fixed blade, full-tang construction for maximum strength and durability along with a hollow ground blade repurposed from a mill file. From opening packages and boxes to skinning and food preparation, this little blade can handle it all without ever breaking stride.
The handle is made from a wonderful piece of stabilized black walnut burl that has rays and grain flowing throughout, with subtle brass mosaic pins to accent the package.
Handmade without a pattern (because Clarence believes that every blade should be unique and different), the DeYong #1334 is a true functional masterpiece that combines real-world-tested experience and sensibilities with a highly distinctive design language and aesthetic.
- Designed and made by Clarence DeYong
- Blade repurposed from a mill file
- Stabilized black walnut burl handles
- Robust fixed blade, full-tang construction
- Blade Length: 2.65"
- Overall Length: 6.06"
- Blade Thickness: 0.22"
- Weight: 5oz with sheath / 3.5oz without
- Handmade in the USA
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