Monthly Archives: September 2014

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16 09, 2014

Bocote handled Forgecraft High Carbon knives.

We rehandled these nice Forgecraft knives with Bocote wood and sold them as a pair. These are great knives if you can find them. These turned out really nice.

11 09, 2014

Rehandled another Forgecraft.

Lots of rehandling work lately. We cleaned up this antique Forgecraft chef knife and put on a beautiful green Hawaiian Mango wood handle. These sharpen up well and it really turned out to be a beautiful knife. The stainless steel pins give it a really clean look as well.

5 09, 2014

Pair of knives in Texas Mesquite wood.

The M├ętier Cook's Supply chef and slicing set is complete. 16 inch slicer in 440c w/ stainless bolsters and pins on stabilized Texas Mesquite. The chef comes in at 13 inches in matching materials. Co-branded with the Metier logo on one side and mine on the other of each knife. Some of my finest work [...]

3 09, 2014

Recreating a family heirloom.

The knives we make are family heirloom type products. They can be passed down to the next generations as something to value and continue to use. Sometimes we get very cool requests like this last one. An older gentlemen inherited a knife that had been in his family for over 100 years and he described [...]

3 09, 2014

Putting new handles on some old Forgecraft knives.

I really love the old Forgecraft knives. They are becoming harder to find and more expensive when you do find them. We find them now and again and put new handles on them and clean them up to give them new life. These are a high carbon steel knives that patina easily and come in [...]