Knife Scales, Maple Burl

These bookmatched knife blanks make the perfect finishing touch for almost any handmade knife. They're cut from solid maple burls that exhibit swirling grain and numerous whorls and eyes that ''pop'' dramatically once your finish is applied. Includes two bookmatched scales, each measuring 1-1/2''W x 5''L x 3/8'' thick.

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