Here I show case some of my latest work. For more examples of my previous work click on the Previous work gallery.
Osage Orange Chef's Knife
Pocket Fixed Blade 2016 version
Lightweight ,thin, and tough these knives are perfect for everyday tasks like opening boxes and cutting straps. With a custom designed sheath and pocket clip that allows one handed use of the blade. These blades are made from 1095 high carbon steel with handle material ranging from wood to synthetic G10. .07 in thick steel, 6 in overall + lanyard, brass pins and brass laynard tube.
This is the first wakizashi I have made. W1 steel with hamon.
English Walnut Chef's Knife
A large chef's knife that is perfect for any kitchen task. This blade came with it's own storage box because of it large size. 1095 steel with english walnut handles.
This is the fist japanese style tanto I made.
Curly Maple Seax
Based on the ancient Anglo-saxon "seax" this modern version uses 1095 steel for the blade with a full tang design. Curly maple handle scales give it an excellent look and a kydex sheath for a modern sheath system.
Original Pocket Fixed Blade
This is the original model of the Pocket Fixed Blade or PFB. This is a tough knife for heavy duty daily task. With an 1/8 of an inch thick blade and a 6 in overall length. 1084 steel blade and g10 handle.
English Walnut Chef's knive
Perfect for the person who likes a small knife for all the everyday like opening boxes and letters. Comes with a kydex sheath that easily slips into any pocket or purse. Dimensions: 4 inches long, .07 thick stock, 3/4 inch wide, full tang construction, 1095 steel blade, brass pins and lanyard tube.
Here are some pictures of a stump Anvil that I forged. you can watch the video on youtube.
This knife was made as a custom order for a florist to cut the stems of flowers to put into arrangements.
An Edo style hibachi I made to cook food and tea. It works great!