Roger Hatt Custom Folder

Canadian Roger Hatt has been making knives since 1994. When you get a Hatt knife, you get a beautiful bang for your buck.

Beautiful Damascus drop point folder with walrus ivory scales.

More information and to purchase the knife here

 

 

 

 

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Mike Tamboli Folder

Mike Tamboli of Glendale Arizona has been making knives for over 30 years. He has won many awards for his work in miniatures as well as regular sized custom knives. He has had his knives featured in many of the popular knife periodicals. 

Here is one of recent folders which has just been added to the website: 

 

 

Mike Tamboli Liner Lock Folder

Impressive Frank Centofante Ivory Lockback Hunter w/Scrimshaw

This beautiful knife has just been listed on our website

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The beautiful Scrimshaw work was done by celebrated artist Bob Burdette

More photos and information can be found on our website here: Frank Centofante

Damascus Pearl, Damascus Handle, Damascus Drop Point Plain

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Introducing the Boker Plus Damascus Pearl an exquisite piece, featuring not only a 37-layer Damascus blade, but also a Damascus handle with three Mother-of-Pearl inlays. Locks securely with the sturdy backlock mechanism. An added feature is the intricate file work, which extends over the entire blade spine. A unique, stunning collector’s piece at an affordable price! Click here to order.

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Richter Made

Boston’s Scott Richter has been making knives since he was 15 years old. Now with his wife they run Minter + Richter Designs where he creates beautiful knives that are art pieces.

Here is a Richter knife from 1994

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ATS34 steel matched with some extremely beautiful Exotic Ebony wood

Now available here

Randy Lee Custom Knives

Randy’s fascination with knives began as a young man when he made his first knife in a high school “metals” class. He collected them for years and eventually began making his own to get a better edge-holding skinner for hunting.

Randy read books and visited local makers to learn the craft. In 1979, he decided to invest in shop equipment so that he could properly master his knife making skills. In a few years, he was making and selling knives to local hunters, while continually developing his style and craftsmanship. He attended his first knife show in 1986 and has been participating in about six shows each year since then.

Randy studied under Legendary knife maker D’Alton Holder.  An though Randy occasionally makes a model or two that resembles D’s knives most of his pieces are uniquely his own. While most knifemakers construct their fixed blade knives utilizing a full tang with applied handle scales, Randy Lee has continued to make most of his with a narrow tang, allowing him to create visually pleasing handles that also have very strong structural integrity. Blocks of each material chosen for the handle are drilled and broached to fit and then slipped over the narrow extension of the blade (the tang). The space between the tang and the handle material is then filled with epoxy and the butt cap or a nut is screwed onto the end of the tang and tightened, creating a solid handle.

As an avid hunter, Randy knows how a good hunting knife should perform. He loves to “field-test” his designs and feels that a quality knife should not only look great, but perform well as a tool. He offers a wide variety of knife styles; from utility hunters and fighters to collector pieces such as daggers and Bowies.

Although the actual work of grinding and buffing knives is very tedious, he always finds it rewarding to see the final finished product. Randy particularly enjoys meeting people who find knives as interesting and exciting as he does.

Sheaths

Randy’s wife, Sonja Lee, is one of the premier sheath makers in the business. Using exotic hides, or leather and various forms of tooling, she has mastered the craft of sheath making. Sonja creates the custom sheaths which are provided for each of Randy Lee’s knives and she is now making custom sheaths for many other knife makers and collectors.

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Blade: Mirror Polished 154-CPM Drop Point

Blade Length: 3.5″

Guard: Nickle Silver

Handle: Black Micarta with a Black & Red Acrylic Spacer lined with Fiber

Overall Length: 7.5″

Lanyard Hole

Sheath: Custom Leather by Sonya Lee

To Order Click Here

Dash Knives

Meet Greg Dash

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Greg Dashevsky

Hi, I am Greg Dash.  Actually, my name is Gregory Dashevsky,  but everybody calls me Dash.
I can’t remember at what age I’ve contracted a “knife bug”.  Looks like I was born with it.
Born and raised in Soviet Union, where carrying, selling and God forbid making knives was against the law –
I always wanted to make knives.
Finally, my dream came true!

I met Dash at this year’s Atlanta Blade Show where he was show casing his knives. We talked for almost a half an hour. What struck me was not only is he a friendly guy who makes an excellent knife, but his knives were priced so reasonably that the average person can afford one.

Bird & Trout

Bird & Trout

Dash Skinner

Dash Skinner

Drop Point Hunter

Drop Point Hunter

Todd Allan and Ron Oka Knives

Listed for sale are two knives. The first is Todd Allan’s “Thunderbird”

Thunderbird!

Thunderbird!

While the second is Ron Oka’s Kaiken Tanto

Ron Oka Kaiken

Ron Oka Kaiken

as usual, just click on the photos to be taken to the website for more information

New Harry Bennett Folder Listed

When visiting Harry at his shop in Scottsdale he had just finished this knife as a gift for his son. I immediately fell in love with it and of course had to have it, so I talked Harry into selling it to me and well, his son is just going to have to settle for another knife other than this one.

Damascus & Buffalo Horn Folding Knife