Hand Forged Knife

11 July 2016

Hand forged damascus knife with antler handle and pewter bolster.
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Hand Forged Neck Knives in Buckskin Sheaths

14 April 2014

Hand forged knives by Chuck Patrick. The sheaths have rawhide liners  and with braintan buckskin covers and cordage straps. The sheaths are hand made by Peggy Patrick.

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Hand Forged Pipe Tomahawk

13 April 2013

IMG 9267 300x175 Hand Forged Pipe TomahawkIMG 9269 300x161 Hand Forged Pipe Tomahawk

This pipe tomahawk by Chuck Patrick is forged from .45 cal. Hawkins rifle barrel.  The edge is steeled and boasts 24 and 12 carot gold, fine silver, sterling silver, and copper inlays, as well as, hand engraved oak leaves and acorns.  Fine sterling silver adorns the curly maple haft. The pipe gasket is brain tan leather.  The end cap is nickel silver.  (call for price)

Damascus Knife

1 January 2013

IMG 6891 300x212  Damascus KnifeHand made Damascus hunting knife with stag handle by Chuck Parick. Find out how Chuck makes his knives by reading our  Gallery and About pages.

Beaded Knife Sheath

1 January 2013

IMG 8946 e1357071366630 225x300 Beaded Knife SheathThis beaded knife sheath is made by Peggy Patrick, with glass seed beads and smoked braintan leather.

✾ Beaded Knife Sheath ✾

29 March 2010

Beaded Knife sheath

This sheath is done in applique and lazy stitch on braintan leather. 
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✾ Color of the Fire ✾

2 January 2010

✢ Color of the Fire ✢

IMG 4282 300x225 ✾ Color of the Fire ✾

¤ Chuck Patrick is a damascus knife maker and blacksmith. A blade-smith is a blacksmith with a special understanding of metallurgy that  blacksmith does not necessarily have. Chuck Patrick is a blacksmith, yes , but he does so much more than make horse shoes and sharpen plows.

Chuck Patrick made his first knife while living in the Alaskan bush country. When his need for a superior tool led him to spend days on end trying to come up with a blade he could use the way he needed to in this tough environment where you are not forgiven by nature if you fail. From this humble beginning he has become one of this nations leading expert  Blade-smiths and metallurgist.

Chuck has been and continues to be consulted by many top knife making companies, about his Damascus steel, as well as his heat treating genius. Chuck seems to be in tune with the fire as he works in it. He can tell by the color of the fire and the steel, what the temperature is with out even looking at the thermostat. In fact Chuck Patrick can tell if the thermostat is wrong!

Chuck Patrick has traveled throughout the U.S.A. teaching knife making. He continues to teach locally and  in the southeast.  In addition, he and  Dr. James Batson former president of the American Bladesmithing society (ABS), co-teach a knife making class at the John C. Campbell Folk School. The class name  is The American Hand Forged Knife. To find out when the next class will be held, and to register, see our classes page¤

To see photos from this class: Knife Making Class Photos