Category Archives: Damascus Steel
Here are some new Kiridashis I finished a few days ago, both in Nichols carbon damascus steel. The top one is 4 1/8″ long and has a 1 1/2″ blade, and the middle one is 5 1/4″ long with a … Continue reading
This clip point hunter has a blade just under 4 1/4″ and olivewood handle slabs.
This is a longer clip point style made with an unusual blade shape in wave pattern Alabama damascus steel and with wenge handles.
One hundred knives made of damascus steel! And the 100th one is a sober and elegant drop point with a 4 1/4″ long blade in a tight ladder pattern damascus with Gabon ebony slabs.
Another of the last 2012 pieces, a chef´s knife with an 11″ long blade and amboyna burl handle. This is my damascus piece numbe 076 and was made for a professional cook. I am sure it will see a lot … Continue reading
My damascus steel creation number 077. A chef´s knife with a 10″ blade and East Indian Rosewood handle. One of the last for this year to close 2012 in style!
I finished this one a while ago but forgot to post it here. It is a chef´s knife with a 6″ long damascus steel balde and a D style handle made with a superb combination of African blackwood and pau … Continue reading
I have posted these knies for sale in September and since them they were reserved for a customer who eventaully couldn´t afford to buy them, so they are back for sale and ready for immediate delivery and ready to become … Continue reading
This is my damascus steel knife number 73, and it has a 6″ long clip point (an unusual configuration for me) blade and beautiful ziricote handle slabs. This knife is sold!
This is my latest gyuto and my damascus steel blade number 74. Its blade is 8″ long and itshandle is octagonal shaped, made from maple and buffalo horn. This one will stay relativelly close, going to a city nearby.