Category Archives: Damascus Steel
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
These two are not a matched set but they sure make a cool pair! Both are made of Nichols damascus and Turkish walnut. Both were made late last year and I had not posted them yet.
A little one from a group I finished recently in damascus steel and amboyna burl.
A petty in damascu steel and redwood burl that is leaving to Rio today.
Two new damascus steel bottle openers and a damascus Abridashi that will be leaving to Paulinia tomorrow – and from there to England soon.