Here is a restore done for a forum member, the first of 4 that I have completed the other 3 just need scales, so pics are forthcoming...
This is a Wade & Butcher, Celebrated Damascus steel, which I restored & rescaled in authentic ivory. The great thing about the ivory is that it is nice and thick, as I used some old ivory letter openers that I found at an antique shop. Pins are nickel silver, spacer is black buffalo horn. I left a bit of "character" on the blade, as I thought it would make it look even more classy once scaled in the ivory. The ivory has a generous coating of renaissance wax, and has a nice shiny polish. The etching is very beautiful, and was preserved wholly. It reads, "Wade & Butcher, Celebrated Damascus Steel", along with the usual W&B arrow logo, and some neat vines. The last picture shows the lettering best. As always, forgive me for the shoddy pics, i'm working on it :-)
Maker: Wade & Butcher
Brand: Celebrated Damascus Steel
Grind: 1/4 Hollow, ~5/8
Scales: Authentic Ivory, nickel silver pics w/ SS washers, Black buffalo Horn Spacer