Category Archives: folders
Its been a while since I decided to focus on kitchen knives and haven´t made folding knives anymore but I keep receiving orders for them so I was thinking about making a small run of my Arcaico model in March. … Continue reading
I have finished two Higonocampos friction folders recently, one was an order that goes to Italy and the other you see here, with a 2 7/8″ long 1070 steel blade, flat ground and etched to show its nice temper line. … Continue reading
My damascus creation number 108 was this mini version of my Arcaic folder. It has an antiqued brass handle and was a custom order.
I just finished this Higonocampos that has been on my bench for a while. It has a 2 3/4″ long 1070 steel flat ground blade that has been hand rubbed and acid etched and ranger green g-10 handles wit brwon … Continue reading
This, no doubt, is a cool combunation of materials! This Higonocampos drop point, ordered by a customer from Portugal, has a different, more pointy blade by his request, and I really liked this new profile.
One of those two I had shown, this has a 2 3/4″lonh, hand rubbed and etched 1070 steel blade and jacarandá paulista handle slabs over thick brass liner that add some strenght and weight to it, as well as an … Continue reading
This one has a random damascus steel blade and black/green scales over celeron liners.