Bladesmith


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Blade´smith`


n.1.A sword cutler.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Adding to his reputation as a renowned chef, For[a]ged will continue to foster a remarkable passion for Pham, as a Master Bladesmith. The integration of forge into their concept reflects Pham and his passion of forging his own knives and handles.
KUWAIT, March 25 (KUNA) -- Kuwaiti enthusiast Anwar Al-Kanderi is not your typical bladesmith. As for him, it is more of a passion and art form.
Jim Sowers is a bladesmith, woodworker, and leatherworker who lives in northeast Kansas.
These Panasonic's blades are the direct descendant of the traditional art of the Japanese bladesmith. Made of the finest steel, they are forged and ground to become exceptionally strong, and sharp.
Phil Evans is a highly respected custom knifemaker and member of the American Bladesmith Society.
For nomadic bladesmith Ryu Lim, creating weaponry with his own hands offers him a unique outlet for creativity.
Author Carter, recognized as a master smith by the American Bladesmith Society, apprenticed with a 16th-generation Yoshimoto bladesmith for six years.
DOUGLAS -- A Damascus Steel Japanese Tanto-inspired knife designed and forged by Master Bladesmith Jim Saviano of Douglas is being raffled to raise funds for the maintenance and preservation of the E.N.
Drawn on his right bicept: his go-to Bob Kramer chef's knife forged of tough Damascus steel by Seattle, Washington's master bladesmith.
The first couple of shows with Bladesmith don't go very well.
MASTER BLADESMITH AND KNIFE DESIGNER BOB KRAMER and Zwilling J.
In 1998, he was named a National Living Treasure by the University of North Carolina at Wilmington for his knife-making skills and holds the rank of master bladesmith from the American Bladesmith Society Inc.