Yeah, I know, that's kind of a ridiculous conglomeration of terms, but it comes out to be cool and interesting: a damascus / watered / layered steel blade done in the style of a prehistoric knapped flint dagger. A bone and sinew grip would indeed be a bit too much, so this version has a rosewood grip with a full tang and lanyard holes (so you can make it into a mastodon hunting spear! (perhaps)), and a leather belt sheath so you don't cut yourself when you stick this in your rawhide loincloth.
(I caught a bit of flack when I first posted this knife on farcebork, so let me follow up by mentioning that it actually is quite solid and has *excellent* feel when held in ice-pick grip, and one of these has become my go-to belt knife when I need a belt knife (which isn't all that often - Texas isn't quite *that* barbaric.) (yet)
length: 11 3/4"
blade width: 1 1/2"
hilt: 5 1/2"
weight: 12.0 oz