We were fortunate enough to squeeze in last minute at the the big gun show in Springfield at the the Big E this Weekend. Come on by and see what we have in our end of year inventory sale. Mention this post from our site or Face Book and get 10% off anything in stock.
Orders have been coming in pretty steady. If you want something before Christmas be sure to order before Dec 10 or you will be waiting till Jan to get it! Your other option is to come see us at the Love Local show at Barnstable High next weekend. We have a pretty good inventory for that show so you should be able to find most of our standard offerings and some interesting one offs.
We are excited to welcome a new retailer on the cape in the town of Harwichport. The lovely little shop on main street in Harwichport features beautiful jewelry and local made gifts, now including Cape Cod Cutlery Oyster shuckers. We are happy to have them as part if the Cape Cod Cutlery family.
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Apparently on Oct 21 the front page of the Cape Cod Times put a picture of our friends at Field Point Oyster Farm using one of our shuckers!! You can see it in Elisabeth’s hand. They have two of them and used them all weekend at oyster fest, shucking thousands of oysters. They were one of over a dozen pro shuckers using our blades in Wellfleet. It is great having some of the greatest shuckers in the world using and appreciating our blades and giving us feedback every year. They let us know we are doing things right and with their feed back our blades just keep getting better.
We are now taking applications for store wishing to retail select knives on Cape Cod and the Islands. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
You know how much I enjoy working with rehabing old knives. This is a Nichols Brothers butcher knife made in Greenfield Mass between 1892 and 1905. It is made of Sheer Steel which is awesome and very rare. you see it some in cutlery pre-1900 back to the 1690’s when the process was created. The client’s father had this knife and he inherited it and wanted to keep it and use it . The old handle had fallen off and was very rotten. The back 2 of the 5 pins were complementary gone so they were relocated farther back at the end of the handle and I kept the original shape and thickness for the most part . It is redone in Bacote and a blue liner. The steel polished up awesome with little effort. It is a very thin razor sharp knife. Love it, sad to send it back.
Rehabbing a 100 year old plus high carbon steel chef knife. The blade was in really good shape but the handle was rusting and the wood was rotten and falling off. I removed the old handle and hit the rust with a brush then sprayed it with a rust converter. I then picked out a scrap piece of mammoth tusk we had kicking around and a piece of bacote wood, it is one of my favorites. I then added some green liner and brass pins. I gave it a sharpening and polish and now it sings and cuts like a dream. Really happy with it. I love giving these old knives a new lease on life. I hope the customer is just as thrilled.
The most off the hook oyster festival in New England. If you love oysters beer and music and food you have to be at this one. We will be there with a huge selection of knives. We have been really busy this is possibly the biggest inventory we will have all year and we hope to sell it all. This event last year rained and it was still amazing this year the weather should be beautiful so we can not wait.