We relish finding new and unique blades to share and these File Knives are no exception. Don’t get us wrong, we still love our permanent EDC Knives but finding custom knives that are made traditionally by small independents, that’s something special. It’s about preserving an art that’s been handed down through the centuries, done right and they’ll last more than one lifetime.
Creek Cutlery is run by designer-maker James Freakley from his rural workshop in Norfolk, England. James began making knives in 2014 and nearly all the knife making equipment he uses is made by the man himself to ensure the job gets done right. Out of all his knives, the Re-purposed File Knives are our favorite. Beautifully made with a unique finish these knives are made from scrap farriers and metal working files, forged, re-heat treated, ground and given a new lease of life as a blade. The original file patterns form the handle grips and you can choose your blade shape from paring, santoku, and chef’s. Each custom knife is made on request and you can personalize your order with initialed handle pins and/or commemorative date plates.BUY $165