Our friend Bruce Bishop, who is a professional photographer , came down to shoot us while looking for images for a photo contest. This is what he came up with.
Come on down and check out our first retail store. Summer House Natural Soaps of Hyannis is now our retailer for our line of straight razors. They also sell an excellent shaving soap, brushes and other men’s grooming items.
Cape Cod Cutlery straight razors can be purchased at Summer House Soaps of Hyannis. Get some shaving soap and a brush while you are there! Go check them out. Do not touch the blades though as they are razor sharp. I know how tempting it is. Trust us they are razors.
Here we have a special order of our new filet, oyster knife and paring knife. The handles are brass, ebony and cocobolo. Blades are 52100.
Another great customer picture. Looks yummy! Little tastes of the ocean!
These are our new and improved kitchen knives. Having learned a great deal about shape, thickness, geometry, style and use from our work with some Top Chefs on Cape Cod we have a new set of knives. Top is a massive 11 inch filet knife that takes the handle design from our boat knife. The thumb and finger indentation give it a really nice feel when filleting fish. It can be cut down to an 8 and 6 inch length or shorter if one wants a really short boning knife. The next is Mister Stabby the oyster schucker. Our version of the Cape Cod or Boston stabber design. Our executive Bird and Trout knife in a thinner form is taking its place as our paring blade. Last but not least an 8 inch chef knife that takes its notes from French chef knives. Plenty of rocking motion the full length of the blade that was missing in our earlier German inspired knives. These knives will probably end up sporting acid etched patinas and hamon lines with a mixture of wood, horn and synthetic materials. We can not wait to get on them this week. They are all made out of 52100 high carbon steel. We have a new grinder as well with a 10 inch contact wheel that will allow us to do some amazing hollow grinds. This will lead to sharper and lighter kitchen knives in some of the blades. For those that are still flat ground the new grinder will help keep them even while allowing us to thin them a bit more allowing for still sharper and lighter knives with overall better cutting characteristics.