Our handmade kitchen knives are individually made in Brantford Ontario, using top quality high-carbon steel and superb craftsmanship.
We have paring knives forged from automotive spring steel, and high-carbon 440c stainless steel.
Handle options are red or black micarta and a variety of local hardwoods: apple, cherry, walnut, maple and honey locust.
Handmade paring knives, for a personal and unique gift
The humble paring knife is an essential in any kitchen. Give yours a personalized touch by having it engraved.
Many of the items shown below are in stock. Please see the price list at the bottom of this page for pricing and availability. Made to order items can usually be shipped within 1-2 weeks.
These handmade paring knives are unique conversation pieces
The ‘Jenn’ – this paring knife was forged from automotive spring steel. The handle is honey locust hardwood from my property. (1 in stock).
A paring knife forged from automotive spring steel makes for an interesting conversation piece and a very unique gift for that cook in your life. Automotive spring steel is high-carbon and is excellent for making tough knives that will hold a sharp edge even after constant use.
Paring knife forged from steel cable, with a deer antler handle and brass bolster.
This beautiful little kitchen knife will make a unique, one-of-a-kind gift for someone special.
The deer antler was found in the woods by a friend, so it was harvested in an animal friendly way.
- The ‘Sherri’ – 7.5″ paring knife, red handle, 4″ blade $250 – in stock
- The ‘Alaina’ – 7.5″ paring knife, black handle, 4″ blade $250 – in stock
- The ‘Marie’ – 7″ paring knife, black handle, 3″ blade $225 – in stock
- The ‘Jenny’ – 8″ paring knife, red handle, 4″ blade $250 – in stock
- The ‘Becca’ – 7″ paring knife, red handle, 3″ blade $275 – made to order
- The ‘Jenn’ – forged from automotive leaf spring, 4″ blade and hardwood honey locust handle – $300
- The Deer Antler – forged blade from steel cable. The handle is made from found deer antler handle – $300 (available, pictured above). The antler used in the handle was found in the woods by a friend. Bucks shed their antlers naturally every fall, so this is animal friendly.
All of our knives can be engraved.