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Handmade 8" chef's knife of forged AEB-L stainless steel with different grinds for top and bottom of the blade. The blade features a handle of Walnut sourced from Pantops Farm located in Charlottesville, VA. This farm once belonged to the father of Thomas Jefferson, Peter Jefferson. This Walnut came from centuries old trees from this land that remains in the view shed of Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, to this day. The wood has beautiful figuring. The bolster and pins are of brass. Overall length of 13" and weight of 8.4 oz.
Handmade 9.5" chef of stainless damascus folded by Mike Norris of Kentucky. This is his kickass random pattern. The handle is of Snakewood with beautiful figuring. It features a ferule of African Wenge and spacers of white Corian and Resin Malachite. The overall length is 15" and weighs in at 7.8 oz. 58-60 hrc.
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Handmade 3.5" paring of stainless damascus folded by Damasteel of Sweden. The handle is crafted in our shop of stacked white Corian and black G10 featuring a copper bolster. The overall length is 7.5" and weighs 3.5 oz. 61 hrc.
Handmade 3.5" paring of stainless damascus folded by Damasteel of Sweden. This blade is in Vinland pattern. The handle comes out of our in-house exploration of materials where we discovered the versatile uses of Corian through home projects and expansion cement through sculpture building. The handle features the white Corian in the ferule and features the expansion cement as the full Wa handle. The cement was tea dyed to reveal a light brown color. The overall length is 7.5" 2.9 oz. 61 hrc.