Category Archives: Ariovaldo Lopes

New Sorocabana from Ari

My friend Ariovaldo Lopes has  another of his Sorocabana style knives – the typical knife from my region – availabile for sale. This piece has a blade of about 32c ( counting the “enterço”, wich is the area where blade … Continue reading

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New Sorocabana from Ari

A recent creation from my friend Ariovaldo Lopes. The shape and construction is typical from our sorocabana knife (up to the construction in two parts, the blade itself and the enterço, wich is the handle and the area where the … Continue reading

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New Knife from Ari

Another creation from my friend, knifemaker Aruovaldo Lopes. This one has a damascus integral blade and pau brasil wood hadle, with a leather sheath also made by him. Interested parties may contact me and I will help with comunication.

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Another knife from Ariovaldo Lopes

As usual, this one has a blade made of his own damascus, copper/nickel mokume bolster – also made by him – and  a sculpted stag handle made by an Argentine artisan whose name I can´t recall but the guy is … Continue reading

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One of Ariovaldo´s folders

The style is typical from my region but this one was made out of some very special materials: damascus steel blade, brass/copper mokume bolsters – all created by Ari – and snakewood handle slabs – not bad! Ari does not … Continue reading

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Ariovaldo´s Camp Knife

Its been a while since I don´t show my friend Ariovaldo´s work so here is one in damascus, maple and horn. The sheath was also made by him.

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New Hatchet by Ariovaldo Lopes

This piece was made on the September, 7, holiday, with a lot of moral support from me 🙂 . The blade is made of mild steel with a 5160 edge, the handle is guajuvira wood and the pics are terrible … Continue reading

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