QUALITY AND CARE SINCE 1972
A PICTURE HISTORY OF
The following pages are pictures of
knives I have made over the years. I didn't take pictures of all the
knives I made and some of the most unusual and one of a kind are
lost, unless some of you have the knives and will send me a picture.
I do have a lot of pictures and will put them up as time permits.
We are not taking orders on any of these old
1976 - What ever
happen to this guy.
From the Memphis Commercial Appeal Sunday
This was a Guild Show in about 1978
THE FIRST CRAWFORD KNIFE - I'VE
STILL HAVE IT.
The first hand made knife I made, sometime in 1972.
I don't know how I managed to hang onto this one. It was made from a 3/8" piece of
440c steel that was give to me. The tang is the 3/8' thickness, and the blade is
1/8'" tapered to the point. The handle is rose wood put together with brass screws
and rounded down nuts. The blade is mirror polished.
Knives from 1975
My table at a show about 25 years
This picture was used in one of my first
I think this is the
second folder I made. It has Crawford #1 1975 written on the blade
with a hand held engraver. The bolsters and liners are nickel silver
and the pins are stainless steel, the handle material is coco bola
wood. The bolster is engraved.