Steve Culver

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Thank you for visiting my web site.  I am Steve Culver, an American Bladesmith Society Master Bladesmith Knifemaker.

I started making knives in 1987, sold my first knife in 1989 and passed the American Bladesmith Society's Mastersmith test in 2007.  I have been a full time knifemaker since March, 2004.

There are a few different ways that you are able to own one of my pieces.  You may purchase from my table, at one of the several shows that I attend.  You can find the shows that I will be displaying my work at on the "Show Schedule" page.

I am always working on a new project or technique.  So occasionally, I will build something that I will place for sale on the "Available" page.  If you see anything that you would like to purchase, please contact me to make arrangements.

You may wish to sign up for my email News Subscription.  I maintain two email lists to notify those interested in knowing when I have a new piece for sale, or wish to see the latest items that I have made.

Or, you may simply contact me by email or phone to place an order.  I will record your request and contact information, give you an approximate delivery date and an estimate of the cost.  I am not able to provide a final cost at the time of ordering, as the price of materials can change significantly between the order and build dates.  I do not take deposits at the time of placing an order.

My delivery timeline is around 12 to 18 months.  Some orders may be up to 24 months.  When I am ready to build your piece, I will contact you to make sure that you are ready to take delivery and also give you a final price.  I may ask for a deposit at the time I start work on the order.

Once the project is completed, I will send photos of the piece for approval.  After approval of the photos, arrangements for payment and shipping will be made.

Making knives is a never ending adventure to me.  I can think of no other craft that provides an opportunity to work with so many different types of materials, or offers so many avenues for embellishment on an individual piece.  The quest to make a better quality knife and decorate it using a newly acquired skill keeps the craft challenging and rewarding for me.  I hope that you enjoy my knives as much as I have enjoyed making them.

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