Photos The James Longstreet CRK picture thread library

Discussion in 'Chris Reeve Knives' started by James Longstreet, Jun 24, 2017.

  1. James Longstreet

    James Longstreet

    May 1, 2014
    I was asked whether I could pull my various CRK picture threads together. So here we go.

    Every new single CRK picture thread I'll do in future will also be incorporated here.



    Plain Jane ti & Carbon Fiber scales

    21 with Basket Weave damascus blade:

    21 with rare DOT Matrix damascus blade:

    21, Blade HQ exclusive w. CF inlays, Basket Weave damascus:

    Wood inlays

    Group of Annual Sebenza w. wood inlays:

    Annual Sebenza, Spalted Maple:

    Classic, Bloodwood inlays, Ladder damascus:

    21 group, Cocobolo, Gabon Ebony and Box Elder Burl, w. damascus:

    21, Bocote, Raindrop damascus, plus group of 21 wood inlay damascus:

    21, Macassar Ebony, Spirograph damascus:

    21, Spalted Beech, Basket Weave damascus

    21, Pale Moon Ebony (Blade Show 2017 edition):

    21, Bog Oak, Basket Weave damascus:

    21, Thuya, Chad Nichols Raindrop:

    Mammoth inlays

    21, Mammoth Ivory, Raindrop damacus:

    21, Mammoth Bark, Raindrop damascus:

    21, Mammoth Bark, Spirograph damascus:

    small Annual, Mammoth Bark, Ladder damacus


    21, silver contrast w. Almandine cabochon, Lisa’s pick

    21, CGG Gold Leaf & Regular CGG Vines

    21, “Morning Sun” and “Night Sky”, w. damascus blades:

    Regular, Unique Graphic w. Bronze Spirograph damascus:

    Regular, CGG Meteor Shower:

    21, TNK exclusive “Flag”, Spirograph damascus:

    21, Unique Graphic Blue Star Sapphiere cabochon, Basket Weave damascus:

    Classic, 21st Anniversary Sebenza:

    Sebenza 25 CGG, Ladder damascus:

    Sebenza 21 CGG "Perception" and "We The People":

    Regular Sebenza Tanto, NICA edition:

    Leather inlay

    Classic, Blue Calfskin inlays:

    Continued further down below, due to space/character limitations per post. Please see post # 6.
    Last edited: Dec 22, 2017
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  2. BD_01

    BD_01 Basic Member Basic Member

    Jun 9, 2016
    Thank you for sharing. Beautiful knives and great photography...I've been trying my hand at each.

    I'm more of a Micarta guy...but my first wood inlay (small 21) is inbound. Honestly, I'm not really sure how much I'll like it...but it just kinda spoke to me, so I pulled the trigger. I sure wish those annuals were still being made. Yours are sooo gorgrous.

    Thanks again for sharing!
  3. bhyde

    bhyde UNNECESSARY EVIL Staff Member Super Mod Moderator

    Mar 19, 2002
    Thank you Stefan!
    I will add the link to the stickies in a bit if you don't mind :)

  4. James Longstreet

    James Longstreet

    May 1, 2014
    Hi Bill,

    of course I do not mind. Please feel free to do so.

  5. kidcongo


    Jan 12, 2013
    Hooray! :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:.

    The best of the best of CRK photography. Every link is a true pleasure to view. Bravo.
  6. James Longstreet

    James Longstreet

    May 1, 2014
    Continuation from post # 1:


    Wood inlays

    Gabon Ebony, Basket Weave damascus:

    Bocote, Raindrop damascus:

    Snakewood & Box Elder Burl, with damascus blades:

    Box Elder Burl, Basket Weave damascus:

    Mammoth inlays

    Group of Mammoth Bark and Mammoth Ivory inlays w. Damascus blades:

    Mammoth Bark, Basket Weave damascus:

    One Piece Knife

    Group of OPK:



    Ubejane Skinner:

    Other CRK fixed blades


    Neil Roberts Warrior Knife:

    Green Beret Knife:

    Pacific, Green Beret & Neil Roberts Warrior Knife together:

    Nyala w. CF scales:……-and-buddy.1295580/

    Harsey-Reeve fixed blade combo:
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2018
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  7. tuica

    tuica Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 30, 2013
    Great photos, which are much appreciated. Thanks Old Pete.
  8. James Longstreet

    James Longstreet

    May 1, 2014
    Recent Harsey-Reeve fixed blade thread added above.
  9. Matt636


    Jul 4, 2016
    absolutely beautifully captured each knife to portray the true art and amount of finite detail! Are these all from your collection? Do you get commissioned to take the photo's or is it your passion to capture? How does one add another specimen to your portfolio?

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