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Handmade 3.5" paring knife of stainless damascus folded by Damasteel (Sweden) in Vinland pattern. The faceted handle is of Ash collected from Richlands Farm in Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia. The handle features a spacer of Walnut, also collected at Richlands Farm. This wood was dried and stabilized by Monolith. The bolster and pins are of stainless steel. The overall length is 7.5". The blade has been custom etched to read "1960" on the side opposite the makers mark. 4.2 oz. HRC 61.
Set of four kitchen knives of Monolith carbon damascus folded of 1084 and 15N20 carbon steels.
The handles are of locally sourced Walnut from Pantops Mountain in Charlottesville, VA. This mountain is the site of a farm once belonging to Peter Jefferson, which sits in the view shed of Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s home. Thomas Jefferson eventually inherited the farm from his father, who is buried just yards from where this Walnut was felled and stored for the last forty years. We call it our Jefferson Walnut. It is highly figured and is a rich, deep brown. On each Wa shaped handle is a ferule of African Wenge and spacers of brass around a green Malachite composite, which should complement the green resin handle of the bread knife.
Handmade in Charlottesville, VA
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Handmade 135mm/5.25" honesuki of stainless damascus folded by Vegas Forge in a random pattern. This blade has been handled in highly figured and faceted Camphor Burl and pinned with brass. The overall length is 248mm/9.75". 3.1 oz. HRC 60.
Handmade 178mm/7" santoku of AEB-L stainless steel with forged texturing. The blade has a super comfy contoured handle of Cocobola featuring a brass bolster and pins and a spacer of white G10. The overall length is 292mm/11.5" HRC 60-62. 6.8 oz.