A couple new examples of custom Kephart knives have been added to the model page!
One of my personal favorite handle materials for the Kephart is ironwood. It just looks right, doesn’t it?
Thank you for visiting the blog! Lucas is busy with many new designs, as well as cranking out custom orders. Stay tuned for more!
…with some behind-the-scenes pictures from the shop!
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Thanks to having some cancellations and extras, the Available Now page is stocked again! Pictured here are three of the knives listed…there’s a nice little selection.
Also listed is one of the brand-new PackSacks – ready to ship out!
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The knife that’s showcased today is this sleek custom Packer that’s just loaded with details! The sunset-tinted curly maple handle sets this design off just right. Added in with that spatter-finish on the blade, though, it sets the whole knife over the edge.
Plus, there’s the handcrafted leather belt sheath. This a hard-working pair that’s by no means just for looks.
If you are interested in ordering your own custom Packer, please visit the Packer model page, where you’ll find lots more inspiration! If you have any questions, please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you very much for looking! Happy trails.
This impressive custom set includes a Jack Pine Special (top) and a Woodsman Nessmuk model. Both knives have bright osage orange handles.
The Jack Pine Special seen here is the option that has a 5 1/2-inch blade length and the blade is also made using a thick 5/32-inch steel.
The handcrafted leather belt sheaths look great with the knives, complementing the osage handles. Both sheaths are made with a firesteel loop, so that a fire starter, like the one shown above, could be easily carried anytime.
This is a custom set. If you would like to order one similar to it, simply shoot an email to email@example.com! If you’d like to know more about both models featured here, such as the overall lengths and custom options available, please visit their model pages. The Jack Pine Special is here. The Woodsman Nessmuk is here.
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Another site announcement here: The ProSkinner model page has just been launched!
Just a post to let you know of some changes to the site.
First off, I’m in the process of adding approximate prices for the all the knives pictured on the Past Work page. In this way, you can quickly get an idea about how a similar custom job will be priced. Also, we hope to start adding more past work pictures soon!
The June special was just released yesterday! If you’d like to take a look, you can visit the page where monthly specials are featured.
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This odd-looking character is a guinea fowl… Sometimes an article about an African safari will highlight guineas as a sporting bird.
Here, however, they jog around my home in a little group and have a job in the Tick Control Department (TCD). Despite their prickly looks and wild ways, they are likeable creatures!
The Elk River, which is only minutes from our place, has been high with lots of rain this spring. It’s interesting to watch it change with the seasons.
The Elk River Hunter model is a versatile cutting tool, that is ready for many different uses. This one has an ironwood handle. Each piece is different and even though the curly, or highly-grained, pieces are beautiful, I also think the dark pieces (like seen above) are absolutely stunning.
This photo shows the other side of the handle.
Thank you for looking at the blog. If you are interested in ordering a knife like this, please visit the Elk River Hunter model page. You can place your custom order right off of that page! If you are in doubt about how to place an order, please check out How to Order. Thanks again!