For ten years I was both a pastor and part-time knifemaker. I joined the Knifemakers' Guild in 1976. I've been making folding knives since 1977. In 1978 I became a full time knifemaker and began producing 100 to 120 knives per year.
I like adding something unique to each of my knives and I'm known for my "amber stag" (a distinctive reddish stag from India), pearl, and bighorn sheep.
My current wait list is approximately one year. I am always at the New York Show and the Knifemakers' Guild Show.
For centuries, camellia oil has been used to protect the finest Samurai swords. A small amount applied to your carbon steel knives will keep them free of corrosion and rust. Camellia oil is non-toxic and non-allergenic. Spray bottle.$16.75 Details
This waterstone sharpening set is best suited for smaller knives and razors, though it is capable of handling any blade and puts on an exceptional edge. The set includes a
#220/#800 Grit Combination waterstone to set the initial edge, a #1200/#8000 Grit Regular Combination Waterstone, which will create final razor edge. A manmade Nagura Stone and stone holder finish out the set.
Renaissance Wax is the #1 choice of major museums and art galleries for the preservation of the precious pieces.
Renaissance Wax is a revolutionary formula that is a semi-synthetic micro-crystalline fossil-origin wax entirely free of, damaging acids. It remains chemically neutral and is therefore completely safe, even on vulnerable surfaces.
Guard your precious pieces against the damaging effects of humidity, heat, dust, environmental destruction, aging, and ordinary wear. Renaissance Wax provides a barrier against fingerprints and the devastation of water, wine, alcohol and other spills. With its high moisture resistance, it forms a durable, lustrous protective coating. Prevents tarnish, corrosion and "bloom". Remains completely waterproof.
Flitz is an excellent metal polish for carbon steel knives as well as fiberglass. This anti-tarnish formula lasts up to 6 months. It is non-abrasive, non-toxic, non-flammable, acid-free, won't dry out, and leaves behind no residue. Not designed for Damascus steel.$19.99 Details
The Wa-kamisori, Japanese straight razor, is a perfect example of the Japanese aesthetic. This razor was produced in the workshop of bladesmith Shigeyoshi Iwasaki (b. 1933), in cooperation with his apprentice Ryoichi Mizuochi. Shigeyoshi-san is the son of renowned metallurgist and sword researcher, Hiroshi Iwasaki, who is well respected as a leading authority on traditional forging techniques. Shigeyoshi Iwasaki is considered by many to be the greatest straight razor maker of all time. His work is quite simply beyond compare.
Made of the finest carbon steel and fire-forged with Rentetsu iron (wrought iron), the blade is polished with natural sharpening stones. The blade bear's Iwasake's mark on the back of the blade.
These razors are a source of great pleasure for collectors and users alike. Delivered in a beautiful kiri-wood case.
This Rust Eraser nicely cleans and buffs away scratches & light surface rust on metal surfaces and more. 320 grit abrasive is suspended in a slightly "springy" rubber matrix, making it perfect for cleaning up slight imperfections on both curved and flat surfaces. The 320 grit Rust Eraser is very quick to remove rust and scratches and provides a clean looking satin finish. To clean up a surface faster, use the 120 grit Rust Eraser. Measures approx. 2 3/4 inches x 1 1/2 inches x 1/3 inch.$10.00 Details
Knife cases by The Blade Case are made by hand in Seattle, WA. Each case is constructed only with raw materials which have been made in the USA. Extra-heavy bonded nylon thread results in strength and longevity. All closures are made by YKK Zipper Co, the leader in closure technology. Zippers are self-repairing. Not all Cordura is alike. The Cordura used on these cases is 1000 denier DuPont Cordura. This strong fabric has excellent color and body. It repels water and does not absorb water vapor. The lining material is a synthetic shearling made by Polartec, providing both padding and insulation. No foam or other moisture-retaining materials are used. Different thicknesses of padding are used so that the case will perfectly hold your knife safely, securely, and with no or little movement.
Material: 1000 denier Cordura
This set has everything you need to properly take care of your knives.
Ceramic rods provide the best touch up possible between sharpening. By removing very little material, the blade is honed to a razor edge. Fine ceramic rods will hone a knife to the most optimal edge. However, if a considerable time has passed since honing or sharpening, a coarse rod is often required. Generally, a ceramic rod should be approximately the length of the longest knife that you will be honing. This set comes with a 12 inch fine ceramic rod.
Over time, ceramic rods build up metal particles that clog the abrasive surface. The Superaser cleans the surface of all ceramic rods so that they will continue to hone just like they did when they were new.
I was really excited when the folks over at ChefSteps (www.ChefSteps.com) told me about their favorite kitchen shears. Their recommendations are always pretty spot on. (If you don't know about ChefSteps, go over and check them out!)
MAC's forged kitchen shears really get the shop done. They will make quick work out of hard shellfish shells, poultry bones, fish bones, and miscellaneous packaging. One blade is micro-serrated for holding onto slippery surfaces while the other has a razor-polished edge that slices cleanly through tough shells and bones. The drop-forged stainless steel blades are some of the strongest we could find. They are held together by an adjustable nut with a quick-release joint so that you can maintain tight blade-to-blade contact and yet be easily taken apart for cleaning (very important in a kitchen shear!). Strong enough to cut through a penny, these shears were designed for heavy-duty kitchen tasks. Slightly right-handed handle but we know some lefties who use them too. These sharp and smooth functioning shears feature a blue textured/rubber grip.
Made in Japan.
Fish Bone Tweezers help effortlessly remove bones from fish.
These Fish Bone Tweezers are made by Kai, the maker of Shun Knives. The angled tweezer makes it very efficient. The ergonomic handle allows either a home user or a professional chef to effortlessly work for extended periods. This Japanese-made tool looks as great as it feels!.$9.95 Details
Mastersmith Daniel Winkler created the Winkler II line in 2010. It is an alternate approach to an established tradition. Winkler Knives II is the result of processes Daniel Winkler developed over the past few years in order to provide axes and knives to teams within United States Army Special Operations and US Naval Special Warfare. Each piece in this collection bears the Winkler Knives II touchmark. This special edition design is exclusive to BladeGallery!
The Native is designed to be the perfect everyday carry fixed blade. Whether you're an avid camper, an experienced outdoorsman, or just someone who needs to rely on a blade that won't fail, this is the knife you've been waiting for!
The stout 3-1/2 inch blade is made from 80CrV2 carbon steel with a non-glare Caswell finish. A full distal tapered spine and tang offers perfect balance. Filework along the spine provides a sure thumb purchase.
A stained curly maple handle is set on the full tang and is completed with a lanyard hole.
The handle depicts a NW Native falcon in flight. The falcon is revered for its speed and strong predatory technique. Falcons are among the fastest birds on the planet, with speeds recorded at over 200 miles per hour. They manage this astonishing speed by entering into a freefall dive by tucking in their feet and wings. The dive bombing falcon kills not simply by sheer force of impact, but by strategically punching with its clenched foot before impact.
The versatile Kydex sheath can be worn vertically or horizontally for right- or left-hand draw with simple adjustments.
Nano Oil is our favorite lubricant for folder mechanisms. The 10 weight oil ensures smooth action instantly.
At under .090 micron in size, the active molecules of Nano-Oil are called Nano Bearings. They truly are within the nano scale technology. They are magnetically induced to adhere to microscopic crevices and actually penetrate metals, providing a very low friction, dynamic contact.
NanoLube formulations are compatible with most existing lubricants on the market today - both synthetic & mineral. The Nano-Bearings concentration level is such that adding a few drops to a common lubricant will dramatically improve its anti friction qualities.
The convenient needle applicator makes is easy to apply oil exactly where it is needed!
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