Welcome to Mark of the Maker podcast! Our show is a panel discussion with renowned custom knife makers Tom Krein, Sean Kendrick, Michael Burch and hosted by Mark Stheiner. The format is much like a group of friends, sitting down in The Pit at Blade Show, talking about life, knives and knifemaking.
We have lots of things planned for the show and hope you are looking forward to it as much as we are. There will be topical discussions, conversations, and interviews with knifemakers, collectors and notable personalities in and around the custom knife world.
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This one started out with the working title “Knife Mythbusters” and just sort of rolled off into a series of rants mixed in with some myth busting. The topic evolved as we went along but hopefully you find it somewhat entertaining and maybe a little bit educational as well.
This time we walk through some knives and makers that we think you should know about. Some of you will be familiar with some of these knives or makers, but hopefully there’s something in here for everyone. Get your Google lookup ready, this one had the working title “The Rabbit Hole Episode.” Hope you enjoy it!
We chat about some noteworthy trends, things and experiences from 2019 and spend some time talking about things we are looking forward and makers to watch in 2020. This one kicks off Season 3 of Mark of the Maker, thanks for coming along with us on the journey!
Our friends at Deneen Pottery put together another batch of MotM Mugs! These German Tankards are around 16 ounces, so you can use them for a healthy cup of coffee or a pint of your favorite brew. They are Navy Blue with Cinnamon White glaze, in a limited hand-numbered run of 75 pieces. The new larger mugs are $40 each + Shipping. Tom Krein and his crew are handling these, so hit the web store on Tom’s website to grab one.