Brass Chef

This Brass Chef is made from reclaimed brass and walnut wood…. Blade type: Chefs knife Blade length: 19 Cm / 7.48 Inches Total length: 32 Cm / 12.60 Inches Steel: carbon steel Handle material: Walnut & Brass Weight: 230 grams SOLD

Roman Hammered Gyuto

 Blade type: Gyuto  Blade length: 17 Cm / 6.69 Inches  Total length: 29 Cm / 11.42 Inches  Steel: carbon steel  Handle material: Roman Oak & Linden wood  Weight: 210 grams SOLD

Roman Glow

The Roman Glow Chefs knife is a subtle mix of old&new. The handle material is 2000 year old Roman Oak wood, with a small line of glow-in-the-dark in the middle.  This special wood has been used by the Romans to make water wells around 2000 years ago!  It has recently been discovered in Veldhoven,  a village in…

Gyuto Skate

The Gyuto Skate knife is made on commission as a birthday gift for my good friend Niels, who I’ve known since childhood. Skateboarding was our mutual passion and up until today Niels is still shredding the skateparks.  With this in mind we came up with the idea to make the handle of his knife entirely…

Santoku Holland

This Santoku Holland knife is a token of appreciation to our homeland. The vertical spacers in the handle refer to the colors of our patriotic flag; orange, white and blue. The usual colors of the Dutch flag are red, white and blue—there’s no orange at all. But the Dutch population closely identifies with orange. They…

Bronto White Marble

Blade type: Chef’s knifeBlade length: 15 Cm / 5.91 InchesTotal length: 28 Cm / 11.02 InchesSteel: carbon steelHandle material: White Marble Corian, brass pinsWeight: 265 grams SOLD

Roman Oak

Roman Oak The dark Oak wood which we use for the handle of our knives is a story on it’s own… This  wood has been used by the Romans to make water wells  around 2000 years ago! It has recently been discovered in Veldhoven,  a village in the south of the Netherlands. During archaeological excavations over 40 wells…

Knapping

Knapping Knapping is the shaping of flint, chert, obsidian or other conchoidal fracturing stone through the process of lithic reduction. This is to manufacture stone tools, strikers for flintlock firearms, or to produce flat-faced stones for building or facing walls, and flushwork decoration. The original Germanic term “knopp” meant strike, shape, or work. It could…

Carbon Steel

  Carbon Steel Although stainless steel is the most common material for kitchen knives, carbon steel is often the preferred choice of culinary professionals. That’s because a carbon steel blade, when properly cared for, holds a sharp edge better than stainless steel. The flip side is that “proper care” of carbon steel involves a bit…