Sunday, 7 October 2012

I've been busy , but too lazy to update my blog

 This is my take on the 'bird and trout' style of knife , I have called them 'Frog and lizard ' . The top one has olive scales , the bottom one has walnut (Thanx Stew)

The steel is 3mm 01 and the overall length is 220mm
 This little box cutter has been christened 'The 4 spotted toad' and was made from a farriers rasp

 The top one in this pic is called ' The newt ' and has a matching Kiridashi , made from an off cut of 01

Walnut scales with brass pins and tube
 Another kiridashi made from a piece of rasp called 'the Leech
 and then a flat ground bushy with orange liners and wenge scales , called 'The salamander'
and lastly another little box cutter called ' The chameleon '

I have now started naming my blades (cos its fun ) as well as making templates so that I can reproduce the shapes if I'm asked to .

This is a 'frog and lizard ' with a matching fork

The kiridashi's are always going to be one offs because they are made from offcuts and I work with the shape of the piece of steel


  1. Not to take away from the Frog and Lizard which are very nice, I really think the Newt and its Kiridashi are the best work you've shown us. The Leech is very stylish too, but you've nailed it with the Newt.

  2. Very nice work and I would like to purchase some of your knives. Please contact me at my email I live in Dallas, TX

  3. Thanx for the comments , my available knives are advertised on British Blades forum . There is a link at the top of the page

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  5. Good article! Some cool knives in here. Jacob Carlson is a great knife supplier :)