Forging the American Experience!

Looking for a distinctive gift for yourself or your loved ones? We have a collection of exquisite hand forged knives, axes, and swords for sale in the USA. Each of these custom hand forged item is meticulously crafted with the finest quality steel: Damascus Steel, VG10 a.k.a Japanese Steel, High Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, and D2 Steel.

Flame to Frame:

The Journey of a Forged Blade

Explore the captivating process of transforming raw material into a refined, hand-forged blade. This feature delves into the meticulous steps of shaping, heating, and hammering, revealing the skill and dedication behind each elegant creation. Witness the fusion of tradition and precision in crafting tools that are not only functional but also works of art.

Whispers of the Forge

Unmatched Quality at Georgian Blades

Georgian Blades offers a collection of hand-forged knives, axes, and swords, emphasizing exceptional quality through traditional craftsmanship and modern techniques. Each piece showcases the art of blacksmithing, ensuring durability and precision for culinary and outdoor activities.

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Wash My Knife?

Hand washing and drying is recommended for all of our knives. This is especially important for Damascus steel knives with high carbon content.

Never put your knife in the dishwasher - extreme heat can damage the wooden handles and dishwashers can damage the edge of the blade.

How Do I Sharpen My Knife?

We recommend using a whetstone to sharpen your knife. The sharpening angle should be 15°.

It is also recommended to use a honing rod frequently in order to keep the edge of the blade straight.

Where Should I Store My Knife?

If your knife came with a sheath or a roll - we recommend to store your knife in them. Please ensure that the knives are dry before putting them inside.

Do I Need To Do Any Blade Maintenance?

Majority of our knives will not require any maintenance except periodic sharpening/honing to keep the blade razor sharp at all times.

Wash and dry the knife after use and avoid leaving moisture on the blade.

We recommend applying mineral oil to Damascus steel blades to help protect against corrosion.