TWISTED HORSESHOE KNIVES​​
​handcrafted knives
​by Sergio Muelle,  AWCF


Handmade Knives, carefully crafted with an absolute holistic approach. All aspects; from the forging of the blades, working of the wood for the handles and even melting of brass or bronze for components such as ferrules, guards and pommels are done by hand in the workshop.  Fully bespoke and personalised knives with 100% of client's input towards the design, from concept, style and characteristics, to finished item.   
Bushcraft~Survival and Folding Knives
​​Koyendoro
Cilantro

Jamoneros​​


Koyendoro is the generic name of my Japanese inspired kitchen knives.
Cilantro is the European inspired collection of general kitchen and Chef knives.
Jamoneros have long thin blades, ideal for slicing "Serrano"  type hams, Parma and Speck too, of course!
I like to make them with a wooden sheath, japanese Katana style, as this protects the blade and fingers.
Also great for English hams and general filleting.

These are knives designed to cover your needs in all outdoor activities.
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Here you can see some of my most recent work 

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I like to see each piece I make as unique and personalised. A Soul can be imbued into each knife by using a source of high carbon steel that perhaps belonged to a family member or holds a sentimental value for the future owner of the blade. These could be files, plane blades, mill blades, bandsaw blades, chisels, etc. Likewise, a specific piece of wood can be used for the handle, or cloth incorporated in a resin handle. Any piece of non-ferrous metal can be melted down for a guard or ferrule.