Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Tribal Utility Knife with two-tone "tribal wrap"

Fast Becoming one of my most popular models,
is this exceptionally-fine example of the "Tribal Utility Knife"

This one has a beautiful blade that is a stock-reduction creation with Hamon out of 1095 carbon steel, and features:
African Blackwood Handle with Purpleheart inlay and rosin impregnated  
(so no moisture or food-stuffs can be absorbed)
1mm woven natural and purple line that is rosin-impregnated and registered over a blind pin.

This is a robust and tough knife for a little knife....that is really not all that little at:
11.5" OAL with a 5.5" blade.

With room for knuckles over the cutting board on this one,
This wonderful might become your favorite knife in the kitchen.
Super-handy for daily meal-prep and very comfortable too.

I hope you enjoy seeing these images:)


Sunday, November 23, 2014

Two Beautiful Paring Knives

Here are two wonderful heirloom-quality Paring knives!

Each of these  knives have very fine blades, just perfect for the task at hand in the kitchen, be it detail decorative cuts, or general utility where a fine point and a slightly larger than a traditional paring knife size tool is needed.

The Top knife is  9.5" Overall Length and sports a 4 & 3/16" Blade

The Bottom Knife is 9.5" Overall Length and sports a 4 & 1/8" blade

Both knives feature blades with differential heat treatment using clay, etched and polished surface revealing a nice hamon, and are created out of 1095 high carbon tool steel. Each blades is hafted to a fine African Blackwood Handle with antique micarta inlay and mosaic pin.

I hope you enjoy seeing these two new creations. Each is currently available as of this post.
See on my website for pricing and shipping information: