August 25 – Today’s Featured Pieces – Daily Craftsman

At Daily Craftsman we like to see every project that you have brought to life with your hands! Each image is user uploaded from shops all across the world! If you’d like to see if your work has what it takes to make it into the featured pieces, all you have to do is upload a photo of your work to our site!

A knife I made years ago from a purchased Damascus blade. The handle is artificial ivory with abalone inlaid into the brass bolsters. The little red eye, my trademark, is made from brass tubing and molten plastic. I made the handle pins from tubing, wire and epoxy. I sold it on Ebay at a great loss because I didn't set a reserve, and it was very labor intensive as I did everything by hand.

A knife I made years ago from a purchased Damascus blade. The handle is artificial ivory with abalone inlaid into the brass bolsters. The little red eye, my trademark, is made from brass tubing and molten plastic. I made the handle pins from tubing, wire and epoxy. I sold it on Ebay at a great loss because I didn’t set a reserve, and it was very labor intensive as I did everything by hand.

Heartpine countertop built from Manhattan textile plant floor joists. Circa 1806...finished with tung oil cut with a citrus thinner. Fun project.

Heartpine countertop built from Manhattan textile plant floor joists. Circa 1806…finished with tung oil cut with a citrus thinner. Fun project.

Josh Clark‎

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