This “one armed” draw knife most closely resembles the “jigger” or Howeling knfie used to chamfer the inside of a cask. This one, however, having an edge length of only 3 ¾” inches would work on a very small cask. Moreover the edge is straight, not concave. Not a modified draw knife, the right side handle is forged continuously from the handle, is slightly bulbous, and bears a maker’s mark, LIE.” The handle on the other side is bent at a right angle to the blade, it has a harddwood handle (with check) and a steel ferrule. The length of the blade and straight handle is 8”. There Is a colllection number on the ferrule. Fine.