I’ve added pictures of the prototypes of my new Phoenix Series kitchen knives. The fruition of years of experience in the sales of high end kitchen cutlery matched with gathering feedback from the chefs who actually use them, have heavily influenced the design of these knives. Check out all the Phoenix Series knives HERE!
The beautiful ceramics that are photographed with these knives are hand crafted by local Southern California artist Delphine. I urge you check out more of her amazing work at her website, Humble Ceramics!
The next video installment of the Crafting Method section is online! My apologies on the delay between the forging and the grinding videos…the rest of the series will be released much more frequently.
This video covers the profiling, scale removal, and rough hand sanding of the blade up to the point that it’s ready for heat treating. You can see the entire crafting process outlined in the Crafting Method section of this website!
The Operator Sheath has been continuously evolving in search for ONE sheath that was versatile enough to effectively carry in almost any position. For me, where I carry a knife is often based on what else I may also be carrying at that time. I always ran into the problem that a sheath designed for one style of carry would never work well if you needed to adjust it. Having multiple sheaths for one knife was considerably annoying. With combining formed Kydex with leather and climbing webbing…I think the current version of this sheath may just have found that perfect functionality!
Check out more on the Operator Series page!
I recently finished another Deimos model. While this knife was a custom order and has been sold, I’ve posted up the pictures on the Deimos page! The handle scales came out beautifully.