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"Tribal" in hand-engraved 440C high chromium stainless steel blade, hand-engraved 304 stainless steel bolsters, Pilbara Picasso Jasper gemstone handle, sheath of hand-carved, hand-dyed leather shoulder, stand of 304 stainless steel, American black walnut, mesquite, lauan hardwoods, engraved black lacquered brass
"Tribal"

Older/Early Works

Chef's Knife Set

"Chef's Set" knife group, in hollow ground mirror polished 440C high chromium stainless steel blades, hand-engraved 304 stainless steel bolsters, scapolite in sodalite gemstone handles, stand of gemstone, rock maple, paduk hardwood
Chef's Set

This is an older/early work of four of my long standing chef's knives in a custom block. The knives are made of hand-engraved 440C high chromium stainless steel, hollow ground and mirror finished. A simple and early engraved design shows how far I've come and that engraving is a continually evolving process and skill. The knife patterns in this set are my French Chef's (Sabatier style) knife, my slender Boning knife, the still-popular La Cocina (The Kitchen) and my small Paring knife patterns. All four knives are bolstered in zero care hand-engraved 304 high nickel, high chromium austenitic stainless steel and the bolsters are dovetailed and bed pairs of Scapolite in Sodalite gemstone handle scales. The Scapolite is a florescent mineral, and under a high UV or black light, the Scapolite glows a bright yellow color in the field of blue Sodalite and white Calcite. The knives are blocked with just the edges resting on a milled and heavy layered block of hard Rock Maple and African Paduk hardwoods. The block is inlaid with four cabochons of Scapolite/Sodalite gemstone, bringing it all together.

A nice older set that I'm still fond of.

Thanks J.W.!

Early chef's knife set. Top to bottom: French Chef's sabatier, slender Boning knife, La Cocina, and Paring knife blades for the kitchen and chef

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