Category Archives: EDC
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.
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!
Another recently finished piece, this hunter has a 4 1/2″ damascus steel blade and koa wood handle. This is my damascus creation number 072 and is availabile fr immediate purchase for US$ 300,00, plus US$ 14.50 for worldwide shipping.
Along with all the kitchen knives I have been making lately, I am also finishing some hunters and utility knives and here is one of tem, in damascus steel and wenge. This is my damascus steel knife number 071. It … Continue reading
Haven´t made any in a while so here are two just finished. Both have damascus steel blades and the first one has a jacarandá wood handle with olivewood bolster while on the second I used a beatiful piece of amboyna … Continue reading
The first of two Wilson Fighters that will e ready this week, this one has a 5160 steel 2 7/8″ long chisel ground blade and green micarta handle with stainless pins – this is a very solid and compact model … Continue reading
It may sond like a fisherman´s tale but I swear that it really happened! Las week I left two tantos alone on a drawer in my shop for one night and since that day I started to hear funny noises … Continue reading