Handmade Filet Knives. Ulu and Crown Fillet
A 7 1/2” recovered high carbon steel blade with cobalt. Set into a mule deer crown. The tang is pinned into the antler. The blade is thin and flexible at 1.5 mm. The fillet ulu was made from recovered carbon mill saw blade steel. 1/4” stem and a 3/16” blade with a wide bevel. Moose antler scales.
Both keep sharp edges. We manipulate and leave the patinas on the blade to help with rust protection.
Handmade Fillet knife
Riding the wave.
7 inch blade, high carbon steel with a cobalt content, 1.5 mm thick. Hardened and differentially tempered. 4 inch antler crown handle.
Into the Sea...Creature
We left the saw teeth on the spine of the knife. Peened in the brass guard that’s pinned to the tang. The tang travels 2/3rds into the handle and is held with 2 stainless steel pins, peened.
Flexible and Strong Fillet Knife
A great steel. Because of its cobalt content the edge stays strong while the temper makes the thin blade tough. The work was figuring out how to harden. Many bent blades…
Handmade Fillet Knife Sheathed
in its custom 8 oz leather, hand sewn, saddle stitched, scabbard.