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:)
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Sunday, November 23, 2014
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: