Category Archives: EDC
I make small knives and big knives too! This one has a 14″ blade made of 1/4″ thick 5160 steel and is heading to Porto Alegre. Notice that it is ground for a left-hander.
A little one from a group I finished recently in damascus steel and amboyna burl.
With all the kitche knives I have been making, its been a while since I made my last clip point like this. It has a 6″ long ladder pattern damascus steel blade and bocote wood handle and comes with a … Continue reading
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
These two drop pont knives have the same profile of my PK but instead of cord wrapped handles, they received wood slabs – tiger maple on the top one and macassar ebony on the botton knife – and those who … Continue reading
This is my damascus steel creation number 140, a little pocket fixed blade with beautiful amboyna burl handle slabs. This knife will have a slim leather pocket sheath.
Here is a nicely balanced damascus hunter I just finished with a 5″ long blade and a well proportioned Turkish walnut handle. This is my damascus piece number 141.