Handmade in Killingworth, CT Since 2000
Hitachi Blue Kitchen Knife #235
Hand forged from Hitachi Blue San Mai Steel.
Features a hand-hammered pebble design finish and acid etch.
Will be paired with 400 year old Dyer Oak burl handle.
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Hand-Tooled and Kydex-lined Sheath
This heavy-duty 10-oz leather sheath features a hand-tooled and dye-painted Red Tail Hawk feather.
Lacing is super-strong kangaroo and a custom Kydex liner makes sure the knife is held secure. Every step from initial carving and tooling, to lacing and finished painted details are all done by me, by hand, creating a one-of-a-kind heirloom quality sheath.
Feel free to contact me if you're interested in a custom piece.
Hand-Tooled and Kydex-lined Sheaths
Introducing my new 11-oz leather sheaths, featuring hand-tooled and dyed artwork.
Lacing is super-strong kangaroo and a custom Kydex liner makes sure your knife is held secure.
Every step from initial carving and tooling, to lacing and finished painted details are all done by me, by hand, creating a one-of-a-kind heirloom quality piece.
Feel free to contact me if you're interested in a custom sheath.
KNIFE MAKER - ARTIST - AUTHOR - OUTDOORSMAN
Growing up in New England, I have always enjoyed the diversity and beauty of the seasons.
I believe this to be a strong contributor to my creativity.
Bringing something handmade to life – whether it be forging a handmade knife, painting or drawing, creating a piece of jewelry or writing my next novel – each brings me great satisfaction.
As a part-time knife maker, I forge roughly 10 to 15 knives each year. While this may not seem like a lot, it allows me to do each and every step myself. It also allows me to take on other creative projects and enjoy hunting, fishing, kayaking and spending time with friends and family. I have no staff and do not outsource anything. I approach each project as if it was my best and last. Seeing smiles on my customer's faces is the icing on the cake. If you'd like to get on my project schedule, feel free to drop me a line.
I'm hoping you'll see something here that speaks uniquely to you, and customizes your next adventure.