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New Additions to the family!

Three new knives were born this week..  The first is a dirk that was repurposed from an old replica Napoleonic saber we had kicking around.  It sports a lace wood handle and antler spacers with a brass end cap.  The next is a hunter with an ebony handle and a brass liner with brass pins and lanyard loop.  It is made of 1095 steel.  The smallest knife of the bunch is made from Alabama Damascus with a cocobolo handle and green liner with brass pins.

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Cape Cod Boat Knife

This combination of knife and marlin spike is reminiscent of the tools of 17th and 18th century, when tall ships of wood manned by men of iron plied the oceans.  The sheep’s foot design of the blade is relatively safe on a tossing deck as it is hard to drop through your foot or boat.  It has a razor edge to make fast work of rope and a marlin spike to help with the knots and splicing.  Both are tied to the sheath with lanyards so they don’t fall overboard.  Handle made of teak and brass for a nautical feel.  Blade 1095 high carbon steel.

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Cape Cod Beer Farmers Market

I’m so excited to be part of #CapeCodBeerFarmersMarket ! We’ll be there May 27 from 3-6…live music with Johnny Fonasaro, cold beer (or wine) in the beer garden, cornhole, hotdog truck – fun!

Custom Filet knife for Father’s Day with etched initials and Mahogany handle with brass pins and yellow fiber liner and custom dangler sheath.  Blade is stainless and sharp like a razor.  Ready for the big stripped bass!!!