Blackwolff Knives is a locally owned company. Artist Ted Wolff has solely handcrafted each of these knives and sheaths. Both production and custom blades are available. Selections vary from hunting, fishing, novelty or collectible knives and letter openers. location Shop our handles, known as scales, made from deer and buffalo bone, deer and elk antlers and exotic hardwoods such as desert ironwood, boccotti, zebra wood, cocobolo and many others. Custom Leather Sheaths are hand tooled, stitched and dyed to fit these knives. You might also find one that cradles your favorite knife.
C. Gray Taylor - Custom Knives
Creating art in the form of custom knives is an obsession for this maker. For the past 37 years, C. Gray Taylor has devoted himself to this art form. Today, he specializes in reproductions of historical multi-blade gentleman folders, using steel, precious metals and exotic handle materials to create his interpretations of these classic pocket knives.
Glen Brooks Handcrafted Knives
I make a variety of knives: hunting knives, fishing knives, kitchen cutlery, folders, and just about any custom knife you can dream up. As well as making knives that I design myself, I also make knives that the customer designs. You can submit a pattern of the knife you want built, and I will make it for you. Most of my knives are made from ATS34 stainless steel bar stock, using the stock-removal method. This stainless steel holds its edge up to six times longer than carbon steel.
Mohr Custom Knives
MOHR CUSTOM KNIVES is conveniently located in Jefferson City, Tennessee near Knoxville TN and the Smoky Mountains. The Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Sevierville area of Tennessee shares our love of traditional, hand-crafted, custom products. MOHR CUSTOM KNIVES consists of father and son team, Rick and Tom Mohr. Rick has spent decades acquiring the skills pertaining to custom knife making while Tom began forging in 2006. He does all the forging and controls the heat treating while Rick does the grinding, shaping, polishing and designing of handles. Most blades are hand forged on-site, using time-honored knife making techniques. Other blades are hand ground by using the stock removal method. This is done by cutting circular saw blades, band saw blades, car leaf-springs or even old files and turning these items into a work of art; a custom, handmade knife that can be used for a lifetime. Both Rick and Tom assemble the knives. Tom is an ABS apprentice and was recently awarded a scholarship to Haywood Community College by the American Bladesmith Society, a scholarship awarded to only three people a year in the United States.
Wayne Clay Knives
Wayne Clay is a rare man and perhaps even a a more rare knifemaker, for he understands the qualities required for both. The man I know places honor and integrety above all else. When Wayne tells you he will make you a good knife he does just that........and what a knife.
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