Knife Display Case

Kitchen Knife Forums

Help Support Kitchen Knife Forums:

This site may earn a commission from merchant affiliate links, including eBay, Amazon, and others.
Joined
Oct 1, 2015
Messages
93
Reaction score
87
I have learned so much here and wanted to show what I made based on what I have seen on this forum.
i am proud to be a part of this community. I made a knife display case out of calico walnut. The back is double book matched and the sides are
all a waterfall. My wife picked out the hardware. The knives are held by magnets under leather. The wood is finished with Tung oil and orange oil.
I am designing another one now and would appreciate new ideas or improvements.
 

Attachments

  • IMG_2847.jpeg
    IMG_2847.jpeg
    85.4 KB · Views: 78
  • 66397845283__B7000ABD-F55A-4B8D-A2F4-5004028EB32F.jpeg
    66397845283__B7000ABD-F55A-4B8D-A2F4-5004028EB32F.jpeg
    60.9 KB · Views: 71
  • 66397855478__9ED70F32-76B5-40C4-BF45-EA706B76F40B.jpeg
    66397855478__9ED70F32-76B5-40C4-BF45-EA706B76F40B.jpeg
    71.4 KB · Views: 59
Ways to improve!? I'm still looking for my jaw on the floor! Kinda simple but absolutely stunning!
 
Very nice!....If that was for sale I would buy it........
 
I have learned so much here and wanted to show what I made based on what I have seen on this forum.
i am proud to be a part of this community. I made a knife display case out of calico walnut. The back is double book matched and the sides are
all a waterfall. My wife picked out the hardware. The knives are held by magnets under leather. The wood is finished with Tung oil and orange oil.
I am designing another one now and would appreciate new ideas or improvements.
It may sound kitch, but somehow I think a veneer of stone on the back panel could be a nice nod to the hours spent sharpening and polishing, especially considering the reputation of the Shigefusa family for hand sharpening their blades.
 
Back
Top