C130 steel forged knife - Deer antler handle
Discover the C130 Forged Steel Knife with a Deer Antler handle. This is a unique piece, by ordering this knife, you may receive a slightly different version if the original model is already sold. The Nidavellir Forge will start making...
€260,00
Small forged steel knife C130 - Yew wood handle
Discover the C130 small forged steel knife - Yew wood handle. This is a unique piece, by ordering this knife, it is possible that you will receive a slightly different version if the original model is already sold. La Forge...
€190,00
Small forged knife in steel C130 - Oak handle
Discover the Small Forged Knife in steel C130 with an oak wood handle. This is a unique piece, by ordering this knife, it is possible that you will receive a slightly different version if the original model is already sold....
€190,00
Fancy medieval inspired knife - Mango wood handle
Discover the medieval fantasy inspired knife with its mango wood handle. This is a unique piece, by ordering this knife, you may receive a slightly different version if the original model is already sold. The Forge of Nidavellir will start...
€320,00
Medieval chopper in carbon steel
Discover the Medieval Chopper in carbon steel. This is a unique piece, by ordering this Chopper, you may receive a slightly different version, if the original model is already sold. The Nidavellir Forge will start making a chopper based on...
€160,00

Important points about Nidavellir Forge knives

What you should know about my knives:

The knives I make are primarily carbon steel, which means that if they are not properly cared for, they will rust.

Maintenance of a carbon steel knife:

Hand wash, definitely no dishwasher! Do not let it soak in water.

You should wipe it well after each use and putolive oil on the blade. Olive oil protects the blade from oxidation.

Once oiled, store the knife in a dry place, in the open air in the kitchen or living room for example.


Presentation of the Nidavellir Forge

This is the forge of Antoine, a young self-taught Norman in the work of steel, wood and leather and especially in cutlery!

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