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I made this onique piece late last yearfrom a small piece of k100 (d3) steel. It has a 2″ long blade and its overall lenght is about 5″, being very light and perfect to be carried on the neck, bag, … Continue reading
At the very end of last year, I has posted that I was working on a few more Micros, that just got finished. Themicros were created to be the smallest kitchen knives with a practical application that could be made … Continue reading
Scandi is the how are generally called the little knives of Scandinavian inspiration like this one, that has a 4 3/8″ long flat ground blade made of “srambled eggs” pattern carbon steel damascus by Chad Nichols and handle made of … Continue reading
Think about a knife so perfect for EDC that it already existed before the term got popular! The Kirma is a very light, compact and versatile little knife and it is my oldest design in production. This model, in k100 … Continue reading
The Microis the smallest model of kitchen knife I could come pu with to still be reasonabily practical and versatile. As a matter of fact, it has met these criteria so well many of my customers use them as neck … Continue reading
Petty in 52100 steel and imbuia root. This is the first knife I send to Slovenia!
A gyuto with a 21cm long 52100 steel blade that just got finished.