Ray Rogers Handcrafted Knives





The Carving Knife and Serving Fork


Here we have a carving knife with an 8" blade and a serving fork. Both have octagonal handles made from 400 year old oak recovered from a 200 year old barn in Pennsylvania. This may seem a little mundane compared to exotic combat knives or high tech folders but I expect it to be more useful at Thanksgiving dinner.






The Carving Knife and Serving Fork


This carving set is made from 440C and features Black Walnut handles.





The Carving Knife and Serving Fork


Here's another set, again made from 440C but this time with Sambar Stag handles. The handles have buffalo horn caps with decorative pins.





Damascus Serving Fork


This is a big damascus serving fork, about 14" long. The steel is etched black with bright lines in it and the handle is made up of Buffalo Horn, Ironwood, and Black Ash Burl. I do not plan to make any two of these forks in exactly the same way...




Damascus Serving Fork


This is another damascus serving fork, about 13" long. The steel is etched black with bright lines in it and the handle is made up of Redwood Burl, Black Ash Burl, Ironwood, Snakewood, and Oak Burl. The fork weighs about 7 ounces...



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