Grant Chambers
Here, Grant demonstrates the full extent of his aesthetic range and technical abilities with a creation closest to what one would imagine to be the ideal. The eye is immediately drawn to the intricate arabesque on the monosteel blade, but look more closely and the Hamon reveals itself ever so faintly. The engraving is echoed on the guard with subtle gold inlays but also discreetly along the frame; an elegance amplified by the Micarta handle in pure white, itself reflecting the arabesque as it transitions to a subtle checkering. Grant is a jeweler by trade, and it shows in his knife making. Technically, this is the most sophisticated construction of the entire collection. A superlative work of art of rare elegance that whispers a love of the craft and a very special affinity for the Bowie.

Serial number





W2 with hamon




Flat with fullers

Guard & Fittings

Mild steel


White micarta

Build time

250 hours


Handmade engraved arabesque pattern with golden enamel inserts on the guard and frame


Serial number JG-C-A-C-GC
Exterior Calf with alligator insert
Lining Calf
Concho Sterling silver
Stud Samuel Lurquin’s damascus, milled by Nicolas Verschuere
Build time 13 hours


Grant Chambers

From Canada.

Grant is a goldsmith by trade and a knife maker by passion. About 15 years ago, an absolute knife fanatic colleague of his inspired him to make a knife. Six months later, with the help of a stack of borrowed knife annuals, he was finally done. He had put a lot of time and effort into it, figuring it was going to the first and last. Too late, the knife bug had caught him and there would be no stopping him. Grant is fully aligned with the principle that quality takes time; his “just takes a bit longer.” It was pure serendipity when he heard that The Unnamed Society knife design that was set to shake the world would be based on a favorite of his – the Bowie. “Liking the design made making it a pleasure, especially since I don’t take orders and only make knives I really want to make.”