Gyuto in 52100 steel and guajuvira wood. Its been a while since the last time I worked with this wood and recently I got some really cool pieces of it, like the one used on this knife.
This trio was finished today but, unfortunatelly, I didn´t have time to have them shippedso their owner, Thiago, will have to wait a few days more – sorry, bro!
The three knives have 52100 steel baldes and green micarta handles. they are a set along with a gyuto that is already being used.
Here is another set of damascus steel petty (6″ long blade) and gyuto (10″ long blade), this time with handles in tambotie wood that was carefully chosen to offer the impressive and unique effect you see on the picture.
Both knives are avalabile for sale – the gyuto for US$ 480,00 and the petty for US$ 320.00 – or get the set for US$ 720.00.
First come, first serve!
Another set of gyuto and petty in damascus steel, this time with handles in maple and wenge. These go to Porto Alegre and, knowing my Gaucho friends´habits, will see a lot of work!
Last week I caught a damn flue and didn´t work much but this one is promising! Lets start with this set of gyuto and petty in damascus steel and pau brasil wood that is ready to leave to a Brazilian chef working in England as soon as their sheath is finished.
As everybody seems to have liked my utility/hunter, here goes another model of this new series. This time it is a compact utiility knife with an overall lenght of under 7″ and a blade 3 1/4″ long – so compact it can eve be used as a neck knife.
This knife can be ordered for US$ 115.00, plus US$ 20.00 for worldwide shipping, and this price includes a 52100 steel blade, maple handle (or Bolivian rosewood or Celeron) and a IWB kydexsheath.
I am already working on a small group of these knives and taking orders for them. As usual, first come, first serve!