Category Archives: bottle openers

A Different Kind of Bottle Opener

This is the first bottle opener I made of s30v high performance stainless steel and it was heat treated exactly like my s30v blades, what gives it good chances of lasting more than mankind. It is pretty much a one-off … Continue reading

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New bottle Openers and Abridashi

Two new damascus steel bottle openers and a damascus Abridashi that will be leaving to Paulinia tomorrow – and from there to England soon.

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Damascus Lobster Claw

Usually, damascus bar ends are discarded or stay hidden under a knifeś handle slabs but I just had to look at this one to see the bottle opener inside it and tried to keep its shape as close to the … Continue reading

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The Fishes are Ready!

These are the bottle openers I was working on last week, all gone as fast as I finished them. If you want one, let me know and I´ll reserve it on the next group.

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New Damascus Bottle Opener

Another damascus bottle opener, this time in Alabama Damascus wave pattern damascus steel. 1/8″ thick x 3 1/4″ long. It was heat treated just like my blades, what ensures it will last at least until bear goes out of fashion, … Continue reading

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New Damascus Bottle Openers

I haven´t made bottle openers in a long while but these two sure compensate that! They are made of Chad Nichols damascus in different patterns and both were heat treated like my knife blades, what ensure they will last until … Continue reading

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Damascus Number 126

Another kiridashi/bottle opener, this time in wave pattern damascus steel and a little heavier. This one is heading to São Paulo tomorrow.

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