They've taken over twenty hours to make, and are as unique as the maker himself.
"I've just taught myself over the years, you know just how to do it," said Billy Middlebrook.
Middlebrook carved his first knife when he was in high school and he's continued ever since.
"I enjoy it and i cant say why and yet i spend four to six hours a day here in the shop working," he said.
The 76 year-old retired rancher has made over seven thousand knives and sold them all over the world.
Each knife can sell for up to $2,500.
"The quality of metal I use is the best there is," said the Haskell native.
They're not just for collecting.
"A guy called me yesterday from Louisiana and he said, 'I'm using your knife right now skinning fileting rib fish,' He said, 'I do love it.'," he said.
Knife carving is much more than a hobby for the Haskell native, it's a passion.
Each movement- each detail is an expression of just how much he cares for the art.
In fact, he guarantees everyone will love his knives as much as he does.
"If they're happy with it that's what I want them to be, and if they're not happy with it all they gotta do is send it back and I'll give them their money back," he said.