I lost the count of the days and weeks devoted to this work. It is difficult to explain the process where a moment of inspiration, an image of your head, begins to transform into something material. And then try to transform that something material into something that seems alive. To then mix it with my other passion, the knife making.
Some may see it as an exposure object, but everything I do I try to make it useful. And with useful I mean the most indestructible and quality I can achieve.
Damascus steel dagger, with twisted multibar patron blade, defense and sculpture of criollo horse “bellaqueando” (a native criollo word that means the action of a horse when it stand in 2 legs) in the pommel, all in damascus steel. Also the grips are from Guayubira.
It has a leaf length of 320mm x 42mm wide x 6mm thick, 490mm total length.
The damascus is 300 sheets, 3 different steels.
Currently it is for sale.
Que tanto Cuesta? How much is this. Beautiful knife?
Thank you. Gracias !
I am interested in purchasing the Baguio. Can you tell me the price? I live in Colorado, USA.
Hello Mr. Mendoza,
Your Bagual is a beautiful piece of artistry. It is easy to see you put a lot into your craft this blade being a perfect example of that. I would like to inquire as to if it is still available and what you might be asking for it. Thank you and best wishes.
Wonder if you could make a hoof pick with similar handle?
Look forward to seeing you at Blade.
Is this piece available for sale?
Beautiful work. Is this still for sale, and how much>
I would like to inquire on price including shipping to Texas.
I appreciate your time responding to my inquiry.
Hello! I’m a knife and sword enthusiast and was just introduced to your amazing work. I would love to own a piece of Guillermo Mendoza art. “The Bagual” theme with a Bowie style blade would be the pride of my collection. I’m eager to hear from you. Wish you the best!
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