CUT BROOKLYN

Available Knives: 17 April, 2019

Ok folks, sorry for the delay here. I hate missing a time I’ve specified for posting these, but getting sorted and settled in the new house and shop seems to often intervene. This morning, it was the weather. I couldn’t help taking the motorcycle out exploring backroads for an hour. There was no getting around it. I’ll keep shooting to get stuff finished and photographed on Sundays, and posted at 5pm, but it may be every other week for a stretch—we’ll see. And if I can’t get them up on Sunday I’ll leave a note here as always. In any case, here’s what the last two weeks produced—hope you enjoy. From left to right:

...you’re looking at a Journeyman 120 in 1095 carbon steel and desert ironwood, with brass and copper mosaic pins ($350–Sold), a Journeyman 180 in 52100 carbon steel and ebony, with black and white G10 liners and white, steel and brass mosaic pins ($550—Sold), a Journeyman 210 in 52100 and maple, with blue and black G10 liners and blue, steel and brass mosaic pins ($650), an Osaka Journeyman 180 in cladded Hitachi Blue #2 carbon steel and black walnut, with blue and black details ($550—Sold), a Prospect 210 in AEB-L stainless and maple, with green and black G10 liners and green, steel and brass mosaic pins ($650–Sold), a Journeyman 180 in 52100 and maple, with steel, brass and black mosaic pins ($550–Sold), a Prospect 120 in AEB-L and ebony, with purple and burgundy G10 liners and burgundy, black and steel mosaic pins ($350—Sold), a Journeyman 210 in 52100 and desert ironwood, with blue and black G10 liners and blue and brass mosaic pins ($650–Sold), and a Prospect 120 in AEB-L and maple, with grey and yellow G10 liners and yellow and steel mosaic pins ($350—Sold).

All of those mosaic pins were made by master artisan Sally Martin of Provision Forge in Oregon, and these all come with sayas made for each here in the shop. A couple notes for you too: the number attached to each piece is that blade’s length, from tip to heel, in mm; and new stuff goes up here Sundays at 5pm, when I’ll also post a notice on Twitter.

Send me an email if one of these belongs to you or yours, and hope you’re out there enjoying some terrific spring weather!

Joel

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Magnets, Wax, Boards

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About Cut Brooklyn

Welcome to Cut Brooklyn. I’m Joel Bukiewicz, owner and operator of a Brooklyn workshop where I design and craft world class kitchen cutlery for the New York City area and beyond. I handcraft all the pieces found on these pages one at a time in my shop, from the finest materials available and with the care and attention to detail that precision cutting tools deserve. My mission is to build you a beautiful knife that performs at the very highest level for a lifetime of service and enjoyment.

Everything I make comes with lifetime service, so my knives are always welcome back in the shop and I look forward to tuning your blade back to grade-A condition.

Thanks for checking out my work and I look forward to hearing from you!

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