Handle styles ~ Wildfire Cutlery ~ Michael Moses Lishinsky

Handle Styles – Western or Asian
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I make my knives with several free handle style options : Western or Asian

Below: new style without 1/8″  brass pins, but with the company chop.
Same bonding strength between the steel and the wood handle,
but with a new look that accentuates the wood.
If you want rivet pins, just ask.

Below: Handle has stabilized Redwood, with double bolster spacers, brass bolsters
with a 2″ x 8″ carbon steel Santoku.
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Below; A few Western style handles.
Top is Walnut with brass bolsters and pins, bottom if Tiger Striped Maple with brass bolsters and pins.

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Asian style with white/black 1/8″ bolster spacers and stabilized figured Maple.

8" x 2.5", spacers, stabilized Maple.


A few Asian style examples :
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A BASIC SET SENT TO AUSTRALIA, which was DESIGNED BY THE CLIENT. HE SENT ME Jarrah WOOD FROM AUSTRALIA . CARBON STEEL, BRASS BOLSTERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: 8″ X 1.25″ KOREAN KITCHEN KNIFE, 8″ SANTOKU, 9″ BLUNT TIPPED SLICER, 8″ X 3″ THAI CLEAVER USING 3/32″ 1095 TOOL STEEL, AND LASTLY A 6″ SCIMITAR SHAPED BONING KNIFE.

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