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Handmade 8.5" stainless damascus chef's knife of Damasteel's random pattern. The handle is of Osage Orange sourced from Fielding, a historic Meriwether Lewis family property in Charlottesville, Virginia. This tree is only matched in size and species to the same age specimens found at the Meriwether Lewis birthplace and Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's home. The handle features a circular inlay of Walnut, also sourced from a 300 year old specimen at Fielding in Charlottesville, VA. The overall length of this knife is approximately 13". Height is 2" at pinch point. 7.8 oz. HRC 61.
Handmade oyster shucker with 3" forged shucking blade of CPM154 stainless steel, forge markings left intact. The topside has a near mirror polish with a satin backside.
These shuckers are for the strong armed shucker in all of us, meant for any style and to get the job done. Assembled with corby bolts, not pins. Secured at the point of grip and one single fastener secures the opposite end of the full tang. The handleIs locally sourced walnut from my farm fully stabilized.
The sheaths are made by local artisan Aaron Baker and are top quality.
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Handmade 165mm/6.5" honesuki of AEB-L stainless steel. This daily use knife has a killer handle! Using White G-10, brass, and nuclear green Topo resin, we made in-house to create a faceted handle. The overall length is 292mm / 11.5". 5.6 oz. HRC 62.
Handmade 10" chopper of CPM154 stainless steel featuring a ktip with a chisel grind. One side of the blade is etched with original artwork by David Ellis. The other side of the blade is signed by the artist in addition to our makers mark. The handle is of coconut husk with liners of green, yellow and white alongside a black resinwood stripe. The overall length is almost 16". The handmade sheath is custom fitted and designed by our friend, Aaron Baker at Trouble&Trace. 14 oz. HRC 62.
This project was a collaboration between Zack and artist, David Ellis for a friend of Ellis', the famous local juicer called Coconut Rob. What a fun project! Can't wait to see those coconuts succumb to this beast.