Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! Tim Steingass continues his upward mobility with this 'Patriot Chute'. Note the red, white, and blues... Matt Parkinson drives about 40 minutes to my studio, and we always work together on his complicated displays. As does Greg Cimms, who is KILLING IT with his oh-so-popular chef's knives. He's in high demand and sells like crazy. Goes by the name @KayneCustomKnives on Instagram (It's his middle name). This is from elder maker Chicchi Yoneyama. I am privileged to show you this knife with the LONNNNGEST specific journey to be photographed by me. He shipped it to Connecticut USA from Japan and then back to him. The pearl carving he calls 'Seigaiha' and it represent the outward growing ripples on a pond. Andrew Meers caught most of us by surprise a couple of years ago with this incredible Mastersmith set. Now he's warming hearts and minds with his current work. An integral chef's knife... but THIS THIN ???!!! Every inch. Wow. That's a 'snow monkey' carved into the bolster with his whimsical characters he's now renowned for. Tim Withers from CA gives us ALL pause with this camp knife chopper. The blade has a high polish to stay slippery, and yet the handle has been sandblasted to grip. This maker KNOWS ergonomics and understands the term 'clean'. Just a 'regular' no-frills sheath. Once again, I'm impressed. I hope you are too. Thanks for viewing!