Spoon knife right hand compound curve

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)


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After many years forging my own tools I have finally started making my own spoon 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 a compound gradually tightening curve that I find a good all round shape for everything from shallow spoons to ladles and kuksas. If I am only spoon carving I tend to use the open sweep hook.

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.



1 review for Spoon knife right hand compound curve

    5 out of 5


    I bought this spoon knife through woodland craft supplies, I’ve been struggling carving burr kuksas, they are really tough and my hands are full of blisters. This knife has made carving so much easier, the large solid handle means I can hold it like I would a Indian crook knife, I can even get 2 hands on the handle for more power, the blade is really tough and sharp and is a pleasure to use, Thanks Robin.

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