The making of a knife comes down to creating something very patiently, entirely by hand. This is what makes each knife unique and personal.

Roman Cocobolo Chef

This Roman Cocobolo Chef knife is made with a wide variety of materials and an eye for detail. The handle…

Roman Olive

Because the handle material of this Chefs knife is made of Roman Oak, we decorated the blade with a little…

Roman Cleaver

The main idea for this ‘Roman’ cleaver was to enhance the contrast between the rough back of a blade and the…

Roman Duo Hammered

The main idea for this ‘Roman Hammered’ Chefs knife was to enhance the contrast between the rough back of a…

Roman Hammered Chef

The main idea for this ‘Roman Hammered’ Chefs knife was to enhance the contrast between the rough back of a…

Brass Chef

This Brass Chef is made from reclaimed brass and walnut wood…. Blade type: Chefs knife Blade length: 19 Cm /…

Roman Hammered Gyuto

The main idea for this ‘Roman Hammered’ Gyuto knife was to enhance the contrast between the rough back of a…

Roman Glow

The Roman Glow Chefs knife is a subtle mix of old&new. The handle material is 2000 year old Roman Oak…

Gyuto Skate

The Gyuto Skate knife is made on commission as a birthday gift for my good friend Niels, who I’ve known…

Santoku Holland

This Santoku Holland knife is a token of appreciation to our homeland. The vertical spacers in the handle refer to…

Santoku Glow

Santoku glow-in-the dark knife.  From our collection of handle materials Karin picked Olive Wood, a white spacer, a piece of…

Mini Chef Walnut

Don’t be fooled by the size of the Mini Chef Walnut.  It’s sharp as f*ck and will do most knife…

Shefu Roman

Of all the knives we made the Shefu Roman comes closest to being simply a piece of hardened steel with…

Roman Oak

Roman Oak The dark Oak wood which we use for the handle of our knives is a story on it’s…

Bronto Red Roman

The Bronto Red Roman is not for the faint of heart. Its rough blade, dark handle and decent weight will…

Santoku Olive

Multi-purpose Santoku Olive knife. Except for the decorative mosaic pins this knife is pretty straight forward; what you see is…

Knapping

Knapping Knapping is the shaping of flint, chert, obsidian or other conchoidal fracturing stone through the process of lithic reduction….

Bronto Walnut

The Bronto Walnut is the very first idea for a knife that got us involved in knifemaking. The idea was…

Carbon Steel

  Carbon Steel Although stainless steel is the most common material for kitchen knives, carbon steel is often the preferred…

Santoku Double Oak

The handle of the Santoku Double Oak knife is made of 2 parts of Oak harvested from the same area,…

Hunter Olive

The Hunter Olive is a heavy duty outdoor knife.  The Olive wood handle has a curved shape for excellent handling and…

Chef’s Roman

The Chef’s Roman is a big and bold 30 cm’s Chef’s knife. Its Roman Oak wood handle is securely fixed…