CUT BROOKLYN

Available Knives: 6 April, 2021

Ok folks—here we go. FYI I’m on childcare duty tonight and getting dinner figured out, so I won’t answer emails on these immediately—I’ll get on them after everyone’s sacked out tonight, so figure midnight-ish.

The second wall of spring here. Felt like a long winter even though it wasn’t. Awful nice to get the Cutlass out for a rip today, and with six months of sunshine on the road ahead. Hope you all are enjoying spring too, and hope you dig the last couple weeks of work. Here they are, left to right:

...that’s a Prospect 120 in 1095 carbon steel and ironwood, with copper and steel mosaic pins ($450—Sold), a Journeyman 210 in AEB-L stainless and cherry, with pink and ivory G10 liners and pink, steel and brass mosaic pins ($750—Sold), a Journeyman 120 in AEB-L and blue, black and ivory G10, with steel and brass mosaic pins ($450—Sold), a Journeyman 240 in 52100 carbon steel and maple, with black and white G10 liners and white, copper and steel mosaic pins ($850—Sold), a Journeyman 210 in 52100 and black, orange and ivory G10, with orange, steel and brass mosaic pins ($750—Sold), a Prospect 240 in AEB-L and maple, with black and white G10 liners and steel and brass mosaic pins ($850—Sold), a Journeyman 180 in AEB-L and ironwood, with black and ivory G10 liners and steel and brass mosaic pins ($650—Sold), a Prospect 210 in AEB-L and ironwood, with black and white G10 liners and white and brass pins ($750—Sold), and a Prospect 120 in 1095 and purple, black and gold G10, with steel and brass mosaic pins ($450—Sold).

All of those mosaic pins were made by the masterful Sally Martin of Provision Forge in Oregon, and these will all leave the shop with sayas made by me for each. A couple bonus notes: the number attached to each piece is that blade’s length, from tip to heel in mm; and the next wall will go up in three weeks, on Monday 4/26.

Send me an email if one should be headed your way, and have a beautiful spring week!

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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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