Osage wood is known to be extremely durable and is considered to be one of the most decay resistant woods native to North America. Osage wood varies from gold to bright yellow in color and can darken with age and exposure to ultraviolet light. It takes stains, glues, and finishes exceedingly well. Early French settlers would refer to the tree as bois d’arc, or “bow wood”, as the timber was used by native americans to make bows and war clubs. In fact, in the early 19th century, a good Osage bow was worth a horse and a blanket. Osage knife handle scales offer a multitude of application use. Using this as the star of your next handle project will be sure to make something worthy to show off.

Material: Osage
Natural Scales
Configuration: Scale Set (2)
Book Matched: Yes
(5.0 x 1.5 x 0.25) Inches


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