We are fortunate enough to be friends with an amazing old school engraver. She works with a hammer and a fine chisel. Her name is Norah Bourbon. She is a third generation metal worker and second generation engraver. Norah learned the art from the father who is a famous engraver of firearms. Both father and daughter have worked for Smith and Wesson. Norah recently engraved and knife and pistol combo for us and we are very happy. It would be great to get commissions for work with her in the future. Norah is also an acomplished blacksmith, jeweler, clothing designer, musician and tamer of wild beasts. We will be making a special knife for her to go crazy on in the near future. If you have a firearm or anything else that needs engraving please contact her at email@example.com or instagram at @norahbourbon ( Note Gun and knife not for sale.)
We are making babies in our shop!!
In our nut and bolt bin in the shop a pair of sparrows took up residence. We have seen them flying in and out of the shop during the day and about two weeks ago we found they were building a nest. Today I heard a chirping and when they flew out to find food I took a peak and we have babies!! Cape Cod Cutlery, we make and sharpen knives! We also raise sparrows. lol
First show of year this Sat!!!!
Out first Show of the year will be Sat 11 to 3 at Cape Gun Works in Hyannis. Come on down and check out the cool knives we have been making over the past few months.
Getting in touch with my inner caveman.
I absolutely love the look and feel of these deer jawbone knives we have made a few in the past and boy are they fun. I got a hold of some nice ones look forward to making some more.
Just found this digging through photos thought it was super colorful. Thought maybe I would send it out to brighten peoples day.
Customer special order. Lobster Bouy Shucker Engraved by our buffy Phil over at East Coast Trophy. Give him some love in these tough times. If you need anything engraved or personalized he is the man.
New Sexy Beach Photo Shoot!!
A Customer ordered a set of dark green and a set of light green dyed and spalted tamarind handles. Steak knife sets were also ordered. We took them to the beach for a photo shoot.
We had the super odd but cool request for Japanese whaling hooks. The organization responsible for whale necropsy in the area needed whaling hooks to help with their job of performing post mortems on washed up whales. They however are and anti whaling organization so the Japanese would not sell to them and they would not purchase them from the Japanese whaleling industry for obvious reasons. So with the help of Barnstable Bat and the village blacksmith Mark Grenier we put together some hooks. So if you know anyone in the country in the same predicament and in need of whaling accessories let them know.