Puukko Gallery Part 2

New work from Pasi Hurttila,  Anssi Ruusuvuori and Joonas Kallioniemi.

Joonas Kallioniemi

Joonas 1

Joonas 2

Joonas 3

Joonas 4

Joonas 5

Joonas 6

The next four photos are of a puukko with a micarta handle:

Joonas micarta

Joonas micarta 2

Joonas micarta 3

Joonas micarta 4

Flame birch

Flame birch 6

Flamy birch 5

Joonas May 2013 8

Joonas may 2013 11

Joonas May 2013 5

Joonas May 2013 6

Anssi Ruusuvuori

Anssi Ruusuvuori. Ash burl, dur-aluminum, leather. ( hand forged 1080 carbon steel blades on all four of his knives shown here.).

Ash burl, dur-aluminum, leather. ( hand forged 1080 carbon steel blades on all four of his knives shown here.).

Anssi Ruusuvuori.  Ash burl, German silver, leather.

Ash burl, German silver, leather.

Anssi Ruusuvuori. Carbon fiber, German silver, leather

Carbon fiber, German silver, leather.

Anssi Ruusuvuori. Black alder burl, German silver, leather.

Black alder burl, German silver, leather.

Pasi Hurttila

Pasi Hurttila. Handforged 95mm silversteel blade, birch bark handle with brass bolsters.

Handforged 95mm silversteel blade, birch bark handle with brass bolsters.

Pasi Hurttila. Handforged 95mm silversteel blade, birch bark handle with brass bolster, moose antler spacers.

Handforged 95mm silversteel blade, birch bark handle with brass bolster, moose antler spacers.

Pasi Hurttila. Hand forged 95mm silversteel blade. Goat willow and curly birch handle with brass bolsters.

Hand forged 95mm silversteel blade. Goat willow and curly birch handle with brass bolsters.

Pasi Hurttila. Leuku with forged C60 carbon steel blade. Blade length 220mm, thickness appr. 4,9mm, 38-40mm wide. Scandi grind with secondary bevel.

Leuku with forged C60 carbon steel blade. Curly birch handle. Blade length 220mm, thickness appr. 4,9mm, 38-40mm wide. Scandi grind with secondary bevel.

Pasi Hurttila. Leuku same as above but with dyed flamed birch handle.

Leuku same as above but with dyed flamed birch handle.

Pasi Hurttila. Leuku same as above but with moose antler bolsters and spacers.

Leuku same as above but with moose antler bolsters and spacers.

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2 responses to “Puukko Gallery Part 2

  1. Beautiful craftsmanship. I really enjoyed the mammoth step by step. Beautiful knives.

  2. I have a leuku made by Pasi Hurtilla since a couple of years (handle of masur birch and moose antler) and I am very satisfied with it. I spend my life in France, in a little village in a forest and in my farm of the Southern Andes of Peru (“Pitunilla”), 3.000 m altitude, and at these both places the leuku is a very useful tool for me, better and far more sharp than the traditional southamerican machete and less bulky and less heavy in the backpack, especially at high altitudes, than my hatchets or axes and which does quite the same work. My leuku made by Pasi is a wonderful and very strong, lifetime companion and I love it!

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