The grip to the left is from African Elephant ivory.  Click on the picture for a close up view.
The grips you see just to the right are Relief Carved African Elephant ivory.  Click on the picture for a closer view of our workmanship.
The pair of grips to the left were made from a speciality wood from Africa, Yellow Heart Wood.  It is a nice soft yellow that looks like aged ivory.  For a closer view of our workmanship ~ click on the picture.
The knife handle to the left and above was made from a corieann like substance.  The thumb guard was fashioned from brass.  The carving was completed on both the metal and handle.  See the workmanship by clicking on the picture.
The small derringer grips to the left were created from native American Cherry hardwood.  A detailed picture can be seen by clicking on the smaller picture.
The grips above are Elk. Each grip is unique, a one of a kind piece.  Click on the pictures for a better view.
The above grip was fashioned from Curly Ash to fit a 1911.  It was then hand checkered.  Click on the picture for a closer look.
Grip Fabrications