CUT BROOKLYN

Available Knives: 11 September, 2021

Ok folks, here’s the last few week’s of work. Lots of things running through my head last night and this morning as I finished these, on this day. Deciding in the end to focus on gratitude. Going to go spend some time in the sun with my family this afternoon, I’ll get back with folks this evening on these knives. Here they are, left to right:

...that’s a Prospect 120 in 1095 carbon steel and maple, with black, yellow, orange and red G10 liners and orange, steel and brass mosaic pins ($450—Sold), a Journeyman 210 in 52100 carbon steel and ironwood, with purple, red, orange and yellow G10 liners and purple and brass mosaic pins ($750—Sold), a Prospect 120 in 1095 and black, red, white and blue G10, with white, steel and brass mosaic pins ($450—Sold), a Journeyman 240 in 52100 and ironwood, with black and ivory G10 liners and steel and brass mosaic pins ($850—Sold), an oyster knife in AEB-L stainless and cherry, with steel and brass mosaic pins ($425—Sold), a Journeyman 180 in AEB-L and maple, with blue and grey G10 liners and blue, steel and brass mosaic pins ($650—Sold), a Journeyman 240 in 52100 and ironwood, with purple and black G10 liners and steel and brass mosaic pins ($850—Sold), a Journeyman 120 in AEB-L and red, orange, black and yellow G10, with black and copper pins ($450—Sold), a Prospect 210 in AEB-L and ironwood, with blue and gold G10 liners and blue, steel and brass mosaic pins ($750—Sold), and a Journeyman 120 in AEB-L and ironwood, 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 all will ship with sayas made by me for each. A couple extra notes: the number in the name of each piece is that blade’s length, from tip to heel in mm; and I’ll be aiming for 9/27 for the next wall—check back in here that weekend before if you’re hunting.

Send me an email if one belongs to you or yours, be well and have a good week.

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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.

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