One of a Kind Randall Made Knives Shaw/Liebowitz Special-Leschorn Embellished!
This is a very special knife!
While living in Alaska, Tom Leschorn’s neighbor had a young son who loved the outdoors life of hunting and fishing, thats afforded to someone living in that area of the world growing up. Tom decided to adorn a very special (Shaw/Liebowitz Special, to be precise) knife to present to the boy as a gift. What you see here is the result of his effort.
Nobody, and I mean NOBODY, was a finer Artist, Master Engraver, and Carver, than Tom Leschorn! (Trust me, I’ve owned more of his knives than anyone, other than Gary Randall himself!)
Along with his trademark fine checkering of the Walnut handle, Tom also inserted a Fossil Walrus Ivory oval panel which he himself scrimshawed a Rainbow Trout on! (Not many pieces of Leschorn scrimshaw floating around!)
A rare opportunity to own a true Investment Grade piece of fine art in the Randall knife world
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