Rick Hinderer joins us to talk about his life and his knifemaking journey. In the first part of our discussion, we talk about Rick’s early life, challenges he faced growing up, and his long path around to becoming a knifemaker. We only scratched the surface, so this one will continue in Episode 62 for more of the story.
We revisit a theme from an early episode and pick some knives and makers that we think may be under-appreciated or or lesser known to chat about. Historical knives, art knives, modern knives – you name it. Give it a listen and hit us with your own picks, we’d love to hear about them.
We’re happy to finally offer you these custom Mark of the Maker challenge coins! These are a great way to support the show and be part of the story. The coins are finished in antique silver and custom shaped in the style of our logo. They are right around 2″ x 2″ in size. The front carries the logo itself and the rear reminds us that although we are all makers or collectors – everybody has their own story.
Mark of the Maker Challenge Coins are $40 each, shipped to US addresses.
For shipment to addresses outside the US, you can purchase below and contact me for a shipping quote at firstname.lastname@example.org – Typically this ends up being an additional $15-30 due to Priority International cost, depending on location. Please Note: Shipment outside the US via any method other than tracked Priority or Express is at the buyer’s risk.
If you’d like more than one coin, you can adjust quantity at PayPal before checking out.