Spoon knife right hand open curve

5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)


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Product Description

After many years forging my own tools I have finally started making my own hook knife for sale. The are made from an excellent high alloy steel, very hard and tough so they hold an edge for a long time. They come razor sharp and ready to use. The handles are beech and around 7.5″ long. This is a little longer than most knifemakers use and I find it allows a greater range of grips to be used efficiently.

This is the right handed blade with an open curve and is the tool I use all the time when I am carving spoons.

You can see a video of one of my knives in use and the three common grips I recommend for using them here

And whilst the knives come razor sharp and ready to use eventually you will need to sharpen it yourself. This video shows the method I use.


3 reviews for Spoon knife right hand open curve

    5 out of 5


    I’ve tried many spoon knives over the last couple of years: Hans Karlsson (previous favourite), Ben Orford (the Barn hook), Svante Djarv and about 10 that I forged myself.

    This beats them all – cuts cleanly, accurately, easily, smoothly and leaves a great finish. The handle is comfortable and controlled in use, and the extra length is useful too.

    Very happy customer.

    5 out of 5


    A great piece of kit! The long handle adds tremendously to its usefulness, the blade is incredibly sharp from the box too, though with a nice curve and rounded tip.

    Aside from that, the fantastic service I’ve recieved and prompt delivery means that I will certainly be back.

    Many thanks

    5 out of 5


    This is my first Spoon Knife. It came out of packaging extremely sharp! The first thing I used it on was a scrap piece of Base Wood. It cuts like the proverbial ‘hot knife through Butter’. Paper thin shavings. I just hope I can keep it as sharp.
    Special mention of the handle is in-order. I don’t have a lot of experience with Spoon Knives, but many I’ve seen have relatively short and stubby handles. To me this makes no sense. I viewed Robin’s tutorial on using a Spoon Knife and when he pointed out the extended handle and explained his reasoning behind the design, it intuitively made sense. Now, that I’ve had a chance to use the knife, I’m even more convinced I made the right decision. It very comfortable and allows a variety of grasps. The extra length gives you additional leverage for pivoting grasps.

    I’m a happy camper!


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