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In keeping with my commitment to service in my tradecraft and art, it is my goal to create the best single knife maker site on the internet, and it's all thanks to you: the public viewer, knife enthusiast, and aficionado.
You don't make several thousand knives in a career without a lot of experience, thought, and details.
Over 450 different patterns can be seen on my Patterns page, and the Featured Knife pages describe hundreds of individual knives.
I'll continue to expand this page, the definitions, descriptions, illustrations, photographs, and terminology as time permits, adding new styles and arrangements.
I go into much greater description and detail in my upcoming book. One may ask the jeweler why there are so many terms for his tradecraft, definitions for components and objects and specified nomenclature for areas and locations of a simple ring, bracelet, or necklace.
The ignorant will often go onto any forum that will conceal their identity and make claims like "that website is just wrong." This is not accompanied with any logical, reasonable, or descriptive terms, words, or definitions, yet the ignorant will to on to claim that a ricasso is a choil and other such ridiculous nonsense.
Page Topics This picture starts what seems to be obvious. The blade has a point (or tip) and the point often determines the use, style, and connotation describing the knife blade shape. The spine (also sometimes called the back) is the thickest, heaviest length of the blade and supports the entire blade.