Can't believe we are entering a another decade. I hope everyone has a great new year.  As I open up a new iKC calendar, thought it would be a great idea to choose a knife a month to showcase.  Here's my knife of the month for January (I wonder what yours might be?!).  This is the last knife I purchased in 2019.  It's a utility / hunter by TK Steingass - spalted hackberry handle with a 4.5" 1095 blade with hamon.

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Thanks for reminding me Lars ... and sorry to everyone.  Have been just so busy trying to get a ton of spring chores done prior go getting my eyeball worked on.  Still have much to do and a short 10 days to get it all done.  Anyway, forgot to add doing up an April calendar post to my list.  Let me fix that.  April's addition is my favorite Italian Mozzetta had Carlo Cavedon make for me in olive wood with a Damasteel blade and some of Carlo's engraving on the bolsters.

Oh baby - now that is worth the wait! I can see why it took 9 days to present it...for sure. 

Olive wood on Easter...coincidence? I don't think so...perfect timing. 

Wesołego Alleluja - thank you

Very nice presentation Dennis.  Olive wood is very classy and that engraving on the bolsers...?....Wow!!

Some marvelous Mokis for what I call a Moki May!!!

Great photo Dennis, I'm a big fan of that barbed wire jig.  The barlow on the calendar is a Remington that I had rehandled for a gentleman in New Jersey, I believe the dye was called "cinnamon." 

Me too Andy!  Besides this Moki with barbed wire jigging, have a Case seahorse and doctor's knife with barbed wire jigging.

Awesome !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Just beautiful , gotta love the way a Moki looks AND the way it sits in your hand

It's June and this pair of Jabalí models by Italian knife maker Carlo Cavadon fit nicely on this month's calendar page.

I always do a little drooling on the first of the month Dennis :)

July .... officially halfway through 2023.  While this Nick Weber Jackdaw is not so much an Independence Day themed knife, it certainly is a firecracker!!

That's a real dandy Dennis.

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