My damascus steel creation number 132. Its wave pattern damascus blade is 8″ long and a bit thick by the owner´s request and the handle is made of bocote wood. This and another damascus knife – a petty – will see a lot of work in the hands of a pro in São Paulo.
A new petty hot off the grinder. This one has a 6″ blade made of 52100 steel and Burmese teak handle slabs.
This gyuto was inspired by my Essencial Gyuto but it has been tewaked a bit, with a slimmer, more elegante tip and also a different re-sized handle and the result was an overall lighter and better balanced knife. It has an 8″ long 52100 blade and very nice desert iroenwood handle.
These are the bottle openers I was working on last week, all gone as fast as I finished them. If you want one, let me know and I´ll reserve it on the next group.
These two pieces are the last protos made from the 1070 steel Esssencial Gyuto blades and have been reserved for two people who seem to have fallen from the edge of Earth, so I am offering them for sale again – their loss, your gain!
The top one has a 7 3/4″ blade and ipe wood handle – its a different ipe from the une I am used but very cool with a red color and whitish veins in it.
The second has a 7″ long blade and maple handle.
Eah of them goes for US$ 135.00, plus US$ 14.50 for shipping – or take both and shipping is on me!
This is what happens when a knifemaker goes fishing!
At this point the fishes are marinating in acid and later I´ll post pics of the finished meal.