Tag Archives: CUT Project
I forgot to post this pic shwing these two knives ready. They were the knives I went to São Paulo two weeks ago to personally deliver to thier owner and both have damascus steel blades (6″ and 7″) and jacarandá … Continue reading
Another variation of my Higonocampos, in damascus steel and ranger green g-10, that should be almost arriving at his owner´s hands, in the US, by now.
Very few people can have the oportunity do do what they love for a living nowadays (though to many it is just a matter of havng the guts to “jump” on it, but that´s the subject of another post). I … Continue reading
This time the wood was left with its natural color, only finished with tung oil, but the nice depthh and tridimensional looks don´t show on the pic. You can also see some pens from my collection, old and new – … Continue reading
This HHigonocampos with caviúna wood handle and aged 1070 steel blade, among with a few other pieces I made, should be landing in Istambul today.
I recently received these two books and found both to be great! The first was written by Canadian knifemaker Murray Carter, who lived in japan and learned the traditional techiques of making Japanese kitchen knives and tools. Well illustrated, it … Continue reading
This a nice way to start the week: a 6″ blade chef´s knife with caviúna hadle that is part of a three knife set ordered y Mauro that I will be working on in the next days.
This Slim Gyuto was made of damascus steel and Gabon ebony and, with its 5 3/4″ long blade and its dark, petroleum colored exotic handle is a compact, practical knife and also a top eye catcher! US$ 325.00, plus US$ … Continue reading
This is my version of the Santoku, wich probably is the most popular Japanese kitchen blade in the West – its wide blade is unlikely to go unnoticed in any place. Mine has a 8 1/2″ long damascus steel blade … Continue reading
One standard and the other with a longer blade of 4 1/2″. Both have already been heat treated and thier handles wiil be angelim pedra.