Theo Darvin - 275 Layer Damascus - 1095 & 15N20  - 120mm Fixed Blade -  Bushcraft Knife - Spalted Maple Handle
Theo Darvin - 275 Layer Damascus - 1095 & 15N20  - 120mm Fixed Blade -  Bushcraft Knife - Spalted Maple Handle
Theo Darvin - 275 Layer Damascus - 1095 & 15N20  - 120mm Fixed Blade -  Bushcraft Knife - Spalted Maple Handle
Theo Darvin - 275 Layer Damascus - 1095 & 15N20  - 120mm Fixed Blade -  Bushcraft Knife - Spalted Maple Handle
Theo Darvin - 275 Layer Damascus - 1095 & 15N20  - 120mm Fixed Blade -  Bushcraft Knife - Spalted Maple Handle
Theo Darvin - 275 Layer Damascus - 1095 & 15N20  - 120mm Fixed Blade -  Bushcraft Knife - Spalted Maple Handle
Theo Darvin - 275 Layer Damascus - 1095 & 15N20  - 120mm Fixed Blade -  Bushcraft Knife - Spalted Maple Handle
Theo Darvin - 275 Layer Damascus - 1095 & 15N20  - 120mm Fixed Blade -  Bushcraft Knife - Spalted Maple Handle
Theo Darvin - 275 Layer Damascus - 1095 & 15N20  - 120mm Fixed Blade -  Bushcraft Knife - Spalted Maple Handle
Theo Darvin - 275 Layer Damascus - 1095 & 15N20  - 120mm Fixed Blade -  Bushcraft Knife - Spalted Maple Handle
Theo Darvin - 275 Layer Damascus - 1095 & 15N20  - 120mm Fixed Blade -  Bushcraft Knife - Spalted Maple Handle
Theo Darvin - 275 Layer Damascus - 1095 & 15N20  - 120mm Fixed Blade -  Bushcraft Knife - Spalted Maple Handle
Theo Darvin - 275 Layer Damascus - 1095 & 15N20  - 120mm Fixed Blade -  Bushcraft Knife - Spalted Maple Handle

Theo Darvin - 275 Layer Damascus - 1095 & 15N20 - 120mm Fixed Blade - Bushcraft Knife - Spalted Maple Handle

Regular price $500.00 Save $-500.00
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Brand: Theo Darvin
Style: Bushcraft Knife (light duty)
Made In: Portland, Maine - USA
Edge Steel: 1095 & 15N20 Damascus
Steel Type: Carbon

Handle Material: Stainless Steel, Brass Spacer and Spalted Maple.
Blade Length: 120mm
Blade Height: 32mm
Handle Length: 120mm
Total Length: 258mm
Spine Thickness
Weight: 163g
Includes a Leather Sheath.

Care Advisements: This blade is fully carbon and care must be taken to avoid rust. Wipe dry after each use and ideally between preparing different products, especially when using acidic and salty products. A patina will form over time helping increase stain resistance slightly. Hand wash and dry only. Store away from liquids and open windows. Keep the blade covered when storing or traveling. Use only on appropriate cutting surfaces such as soft woods and plastics.

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Theo Darvin

Local Bladesmith

Theo strives to balance top-notch performance with unique artistry while showcasing fine natural materials and his own non-toxic finishes throughout his work. His quality, handcrafted pieces are built to last lifetimes and aspire to bring more joy and beauty into everyday life, whether at home or in the field.

Growing up in Portland, Maine, a resourceful creativity often led Theo into the woodshop instead of the shopping mall. He has since studied bladesmithing at the New England School of Metalwork and spent years of instruction in blacksmithing, woodworking, welding, and the arts. Theo has enjoyed dabbling in many crafts but has developed his focus on knives and mixed media furnishings. He does all his work in Portland, occasionally teaching out of the Open Bench Project. When not forging blades, Theo works part-time as a caseworker at Preble Street and enjoys rockin’ the guitar. 

For custom orders and more, Theo can be found on Instagram, Tiktok, and Etsy at @theodarvinmaker or via email at theodarvin@gmail.com.