1112 Sycamore - Lake Jackson, Texas             Phone: 979-297-9454                 E-mail:  tinyknives@yahoo.com

Jason has always had an interest in knives.  He started making knives because he couldn't find the perfect production knife.  He made his first sellable piece in 1998 and in 1999 started forging blades and damascus.  He is an apprentice smith in the ABS. 

Jason will make just about any kind of knife, fixed blade of the stock removal method from basic utility, hunters, tacticals, bowies, drop point, clip, trailing, just about anything.  Custom orders are welcome.

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Jason's damascus, 8.5" ladder pattern of 1095 and 15n20, flat-ground, 5160 guard and buttcap, stag handles.  Similar damascus blade like this one runs $550.00.

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3" polished ATS-34, hollow-ground, nickel bolsters, manzanita burl scales.  As pictured runs $210.00.  Sheath extra.

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2 7/8" hollow-ground blade and bolsters from Jason's own ladder pattern damascus made up of 1095 and 15N20,  Beautiful Bark Mammoth Ivory scales.   As pictured runs $595.00


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Folder, 3 1/2" ATS-34 drop point, nickel bolsters and sheep scales.   $360.00 for similar


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"Llano II"

4" satin finished ATS-34, hollow-ground, nickel bolsters, mastadon and elephant ivory scales.  As pictured runs $330.00.  Sheath extra.

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Folder, Devin Thomas ladder double ss damascus.  Sakmar mokume, MOP scales, anodized Ti liners, fileworked throughout.  $575.00 for similar.

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Folder, 2 3/4" hollow-ground blade and bolsters from George Werth Candy-Stripe Twist, Elephant Ivory scales.  As pictured runs $575.00.

To find more information and view more of Jason Howell's  work, check out his webpage at http://www.howellbladesmith.com

You can contact Jason at 979-297-9454 or e-mail him at tinyknives@yahoo.com

If you contact Jason, be sure and tell him that you saw his work at Top of Texas Knives.