Below are the fixed blade hunting, every day carry (EDC), and utility knives I offer; they range in size from 6" oal to 9" oal, and are designed to fill any role you may have for a sturdy fine working tool, or simply as a collectors piece.
Unless otherwise specified prices are between $400 - $750 depending on steel choice/finish, and handle material. Mirror polishes, hamon, and high-end handle material such as Desert Ironwood fall in the higher end of the price range. All of my knives include a hand-stitched and wet formed leather sheath.
Stainless versions (RWL34 and CPM154) may only be available in limited quantities annually so please email me to get on the list.
W2/hamon can be requested for any knife at any time and is my primary steel.
* RWL34 stainless is limited in quantities/availability as it is an imported steel from Damasteel in Sweden. CPM154 will serve as a backup for RWL34.
* The older model Penance and Gauntlet models are only available in 1095/hamon, micarta, and leather sheath for a fixed price of $385.
Chokki - 7" Gent's EDC3" blade: RWL34/CPM154, or W2. Micarta handles, leather sheath. $525 as shown.
The Sgian Dubh (skee-en-DOO') is a traditional Scottish small knife, or 'Black Knife' (dark handle material being most common), worn either tucked into an upper garment or in a sock when among friends. It was the perfect knife for concealed daily carry and useful in a wide variety of camp and utility chores, and self defense. While historical examples vary widely depending on the region and the bladesmith, I've created two sizes that are my personal interpretation of the historically inspired design: a large 7" OAL version, and soon to come a slightly smaller and thinner 6" OAL version.
I offer all of my Sgian dubh in RWL34 (primarily), or W2, with either stainless steel or bronze guard, and choice of hardwood (depending on availability); African Blackwood, cocobolo, ironwood, or curly koa.
The handle carvings are varied and I take the liberty to interpret the design as I see fit, depending on the handle material, to ensure that each and every Sgian Dubh I create will be individual and unique.
Large Sgian Dubh are a base price of $675 with satin finish (RWL34) or W2/hamon. Small Sgian Dubh will be a base price of $625. Mirror polish is an additional $50 (stainless only, no mirror polish on high carbons). The Sgian Dagger is a special project blade and pricing starts at $775.
All of my Sgian Dubh come with a hand-stitched leather sheath of your choice: sock-slip, full pocket sheath, horizontal carry pouch sheath, or vertical carry pouch sheath.
*** Members of the NH Scots Pipe and Drum please contact me for special pricing! ***
Large Sgian Dubh - 7" OAL$675 as shown in RWL34 or CPM154, bronze guards, hardwood handles, leather sheaths
Large sgian Dubh - 7" OAL$725 as shown with RWL34/mirror polished, bronze guard, desert Ironwood, sock-slip and horizontal pouch shown
Sgian Dagger - 7" OAL$775 as shown in RWL34/satin, bronze or stainless guard, african blackwood "Pawn" handle, and leather sheath (sock-slip shown)
Large Sgian Dubh - 7" OAL$675 as shown in RWL34/satin, bronze guard, acacia wood, leather sheath (pocket pouch shown)
As of right now I will not be taking orders on folding knives and they will be sold via wait list as they becoming available. I will primarily be offering titanium framelock folders, art folders, and liner locks for the foreseeable future, and only on a limited basis.
Base prices are $900 and up; priced individually as I complete each piece. ***I do not take orders for folders!***
Guillotine - Linerlock, RWL348.25" open, 4.5" blade, 4.625" closed: shown with RWL34, titanium, bronze, Micarta
Guillotine - titanium framelock8.25" open, 4.5" blade, 4.625" closed: shown with W2/hamon blade, blue anodized frame.
Neo - titanium framelock8.5" open, 3.5" blade, 4.75" closed: shown with W2/hamon and blued anodized frame.
Cerval - titanium framelock7.25" open, 3" blade, 4.125" closed: shown with W2/hamon, and blue anodized titanium.
bowies & fighters
Bowies and fighters are priced individually and range from $500 and up, depending on steel, handle material, and fittings. I will gladly recreate any of the following knives, or something similar with the exception of the handle carvings: I approach each handle carving as an individual identity specific to the blade.