Available Knives: 16 February, 2020
Ok, folks—website’s acting a little squirrelly but the work is done and on the wall. Had an awful nice few days in Florida just in time to brush the cobwebs away, and starting to get excited for clean roads and 60-degrees. Shoulder to it til then, so here’s what came of the last couple weeks, hope you enjoy—left to right:
...you’re looking at a Journeyman 180 in 52100 carbon steel and ironwood, with black and grey G10 liners and black and steel mosaic pins ($650–Sold), a Journeyman 120 in 1095 carbon steel and ebony, with orange and grey G10 liners and black and steel mosaic pins ($450), a Journeyman 210 in 52100 and maple, with red, orange and yellow G10 liners and orange, steel and brass mosaic pins ($750–Sold), a Prospect 120 in AEB-L stainless and forest, black and ivory G10, with black and steel mosaic pins ($450–Sold), a Prospect 240 in AEB-L and ironwood, with white and gold G10 liners and white, steel and brass mosaic pins ($850), a Journeyman 120 in 1095 and maple, with blue and white G10 liners and blue, steel and brass mosaic pins ($450–Sold), a Journeyman 210 in 52100 and ironwood, with ivory and black G10 liners and black and brass pins ($750—Sold), a Prospect 120 in AEB-L and ironwood, with purple and red G10 liners and purple and steel mosaic pins ($450—Sold), and a Journeyman 180 in 52100 and maple, with purple and ivory G10 liners and purple, steel and brass mosaic pins ($650–Sold).
All of those mosaic pins were made by the masterful Sally Martin of Provision Forge in Oregon, and these all come with sayas made for each here in the shop. A couple extra notes: the number attached to each piece is that blade’s length, from tip to heel in mm; and new stuff goes up here every other Sunday at 5pm—next one will be 3/1.
Send me an email if one should be headed your way, and here’s to burrowing through the final weeks of winter!