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Handmade 150mm/6" honesuki blade of AEB-L stainless culinary steel. This kitchen utility blade is handled in Osage Orange, taken from fallen limbs of a tree that is said to have been brought back as seed from the Lewis and Clark expedition, with local Charlottesville specimens matching in size and age at Monticello and the Meriwether Lewis birthplace! The Osage has a bright orange-yellow hue that will darken after years of use. The pins are of 1/4" stainless steel. The overall length is 11". 61 HRC. 4.2 oz.
This knife was used in a media campaign so is very slightly used. There are no obvious scratches or hints of use, but we are discounting it since it has been put to use.
Handmade 10.5"stainless damascus bread knife of Damasteel in the Dense Twist pattern. This blade has alternating double sided serration. The contoured handle is of Zebrawood with brown paper micarta liners, nickel silver bolster and copper pins. The overall length is 15.5". 9.7 oz.
Handmade 7.25" chef's knife of carbon damascus forged by Monolith. This blade is of 1084 and 15N20 carbon steels in a tightly folded raindrop pattern. The wa handle is of beautifully grained bocote featuring a copper spacer. The overall length is 13". 6.2 oz. HRC 61.
Handmade 230mm/9" sujihiki of carbon damascus folded by Monolith of 1095 and 15N20 steels. The resulting pattern of this damascus blade came out beautifully! It's Wa handle is of Bog Oak, oak beams that have been buried in a peat bog for hundreds or sometimes thousands of years. The extremely low oxygen conditions of the bog protect the wood from normal decay, while the underlying peat provides acidic conditions where iron salts and other minerals react with the tannins in the wood, gradually giving it a distinct dark brown to almost black color. The handle features a small ferule of white Corian and brown Micarta. The overall length is 362mm/14.25". 5.6 oz. HRC 60-61.