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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 kitchen knife set consisting of a 6" cleaver, 8.5" chef's knife, 7.5" santoku, 9" bread knife, 9" slicer and 3.5" paring knife. These blades are made of stainless damascus folded by Damasteel in their Vinland pattern. The contoured handles are of Osage Orange fabled to be a tree planted from seed that was brought back to Charlottesville, VA with the Lewis & Clark Expedition. The pins and bolsters are of nickel silver.
Handmade 140mm/5.5" honesuki of san mai steel (52100 carbon edge wrapped in stainless steel). This lightweight knife has a large hand handle of reclaimed Teak with a ferule of olive green micarta and a spacer of white G10. The overall length is 293mm/11.5". HRC 60-62. 3.5 oz.
Handmade 8.5" chef of AEB-L stainless culinary steel. The handle is of highly figured Black Locust root sourced from Zack's farm in Charlottesville, VA. The root is a bright yellow orange color and has excellent swirling grain. The overall length is 13.5". Stainless pins. 7.4 oz. HRC 61.
Handmade sheath available here for $50.