Check out these December Bespoke Post spoilers, themed boxes for people who give a damn.
Global — Flip
A gorgeous folding knife made of Damascus steel.
Folding Damascus Knife
Here’s the deal. This would be a fantastic knife even if it wasn’t made with Damascus steel — but it is. The handsome blade’s forged from pure 1095 Damascus, which has a super-high carbon content (meaning the the metal’s incredibly hard and wear-resistant). It fits perfectly into a custom-carved lockback handle, and because we believe in free will, we’re giving you a choice between some equally-cool handle materials.
- 1095 15N20 Damascus steel
- Lanyard hole
- Lockback mechanism
- Hardness between 58-60 HRC
- Forged in Pakistan
- Care: Keep dry, wipe clean after each use and oil frequently, sharpen as necessary. Don't permanently store the blade in the leather sheath.
Given such a beautiful blade, it’s easy to forget about the handle — at least it would be if it wasn’t itself a piece of art. Surrounding the full tang blade is polished hardwood with brass pins and finger grooves for a comfortable fit.Azul Damascus Folder
A blade forged through centuries of smithing tradition, housed in a handle made of recycled skateboard decks. Talk about worlds colliding. This upcycled construction means that each handle will be completely unique, though they all (more or less) appear distinctly layered and faded in different areas.
Bone Daddy Damascus FolderIf you’re looking for something a bit more classic that plays up the tough looks of the patterned metal, go for the bone handle. It’s a classic inky black color, which really makes the brass studs and hardware pop, but allows the waves and undulations of the Damascus to really speak for themselves.
Woody Damascus Folder
And if you want to go even more classic, the wood handle’s for you. It really plays up the almost ancient-looking character of the Damascus steel, and accentuates the bright tones of the brass rivets and hardware. Plus it’s made of a recycled skate deck, too.
A great knife is worthless if you don’t take proper care of it. Luckily, this kit comes with a tough leather sheath and a honing steel to ensure the blade lasts a lifetime. If you’re unfamiliar, a honing steel keeps the blade tuned between sharpenings, ensuring a uniform edge and preventing any chipping. When you’re on the move, tuck the knife into its sheath, made of thick cowhide, lined with nylon and sewn entirely by hand.
New — Plated
A custom-crafted serving plate made from porcelaneous stoneware, in a charcoal hue that goes with every table. The Bright Angle designed it for large-format dinners, salads, sides, and crudites, with its wide surface and raised geometric edges. It’s also completely dishwasher-safe for easy cleanup. Take it from us — a roasted bird looks amazing on this thing.
- Custom shape designed for Bespoke Post
- Porcelaneous stoneware
- Care: Dishwasher-safeSalt Celler
Made from the same rugged stoneware, this cellar might just be the last salt dispenser you’ll ever need. The spherical interior makes pinching easy, and the faceted outside design won’t slide or scratch your table. Obviously, you can use it for dips and sauces too. Any table will feel like a more thoughtful space with one of these.
- Porcelaneous stoneware construction
Kitchen Towel — The Bright AngleA minimalist, all-purpose towel for cooking, serving, and quick cleanup. The Bright Angle wove it from 100% cotton, in a subtle windowpane pattern to go with the rest of your set. And when you’re done at the table, you can toss it right in the wash.
- 100% cotton
- Care: Machine-washable
Good to know: Bespoke Post boxes are $49 for Club Members and $70 for non-members.
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