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6-Piece Quaker Kitchen Knife Set$799.00 – $937.00
Save 20% when you purchase a Six-Piece Kitchen Knife Set. Available with three handle options: Civil War Era (1850s) Reclaimed Cherry; Early 1900s Reclaimed Walnut; and 100+ Year-old “Wormy” American Chestnut.
Have your knives engraved with up to 25 characters for $20 per knife.
Fisherman’s Friend$135.00 – $195.00
I designed this small outdoor knife around memories of my childhood when many afternoons were spent “whittling” small sticks in our backyard or fishing with boyhood friends for “blue gill” in a local pond. (A simple black leather sheath is included with each purchase.)
Quaker “Easy Grip” Paring Knife$125.00 – $195.00
The Quaker Easy Grip Slicer is, for all practical purposes, a hybrid between a paring knife (that has virtually no room for our knuckles!) and a cleaver which is usually designed for much larger jobs. It is a wonderful addition to anyone’s kitchen but especially those who appreciate the “feel” of a bit larger, ergonomically designed handle.
Quaker Chef’s Knife$215.00 – $290.00
My new Chef’s Knife is fast becoming a customer favorite. Key features include a traditional-style handle with plenty of room for knuckles; a thin blade (the same width as my paring knife); and a blade that will hold a razor-sharp edge. Surprisingly light, this Chef’s Knife produces a very clean cut and is a joy to use!
Quaker Utility Knife$165.00 – $240.00
This 9 inch knife with a slightly oversized handle is perfect for when a 12 inch kitchen knife feels a “bit too big” and a paring knife is “a tad too small”. A customer recently stated: “This knife fits my hand perfectly. Definitely my new favorite!”
Steak Knife Sets$595.00 – $1,450.00
4, 6, and 8-Piece Steak Knife Sets. A unique one-of-a-kind gift for weddings, anniversaries, and special occasions. Three handle options: Civil War Era (1850s) Reclaimed Cherry; Early 1900s Reclaimed Walnut; and 100+ Year-old “Wormy” American Chestnut. Limited availability. Order now for Christmas delivery!
Quaker Kitchen Knife$185.00 – $260.00
The inspiration for this knife (and all others in my Quaker Kitchen Knife Series) came in the form of a small “Quaker plain” paring knife shared with me by Jackie Stillwell, a New Hampshire Quaker. Jackie’s knife–a family heirloom passed down through three generations–has been in daily use by Jackie and her family since the early 1900s. Thanks to its durable high-carbon steel blade, it retains a very sharp edge, is highly functional and a joy to use!
Quaker Kitchen Cleaver$225.00 – $295.00
This highly versatile kitchen cleaver was inspired by a 100+ year old cleaver shared with me by John Helding, a well-known Quaker friend from Lopez Island, Washington. This is a beautiful, sturdy and well-made knife whose hammered, 1/8th inch thick high-carbon steel blade makes it an excellent choice for cutting vegetables and meats in the modern-day kitchen.
Quaker Paring Knife$95.00 – $165.00
My wife’s Quaker Paring Knife is (as she will attest) the “most valuable knife” in her very active kitchen. Indeed, she uses it every day–and when preparing virtually all of our home-cooked meals. While simple in design the Quaker Paring Knife is a real work horse. The sharpest knife in our very busy kitchen.
Lopez Island Drop Point$260.00 – $335.00
The Lopez Island Drop Point makes a wonderful gift for boaters, backpackers, fisherman, hunters, etc.–virtually anyone who enjoys the great outdoors! One of my most popular styles.