Handmade Kitchen Knives & Hand Forged Carbon Steel

 

Gardner Knives is a knife making business, based in a studio at JamFactory at Seppeltsfield Winery in the Barossa Valley, whose mission is to create quality handmade and hand forged kitchen knives that are beautiful to look at and an absolute joy to use. 

We know that a unique Gardner Knife will be your ‘go-to-knife’ each and every time you are in the kitchen – simply because the knife looks so good and feels so enjoyable to use… you won’t want to put it down!
Barry Gardner

CHOOSE YOUR OWN WORKSHOP DATES

CHOOSE YOUR OWN WORKSHOP DATES

Due to demand for workshops, Gardner Knives have decided that it’s easier all round if knife making enthusiasts nominate their own date/s to come and do either a 1-day, 2-day or Damascus knife making workshop. That way, if you know you have a day or a weekend free, or perhaps you’re due to take leave […]

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Students making Knives

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Knife repair service and sharpen your kitchen knives in the Studio…

Knife repair service and sharpen your kitchen knives in the Studio…

Did you know that Gardner Knives offers a knife repair service and can sharpen your kitchen knives in the Studio at Seppeltsfield? If you have knives at home that have seen better days and are wondering whether they should just be thrown out… why not bring them in and get Baz to have a look […]

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The Studio at Seppeltsfield

The Studio at Seppeltsfield

Barry’s amazing new Studio within JamFactory’s latest enterprise at Seppeltsfield Winery is slowly starting to come together as a fantastic working environment. JamFactory at Seppeltsfield integrates a beautiful Gallery and retail shop along with Studio space for 12 artisans including Baz the knifemaker! This satellite ‘working village’ is housed in the historic 1000 square metres […]

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On the Bench

On the Bench

It’s been all go out in the shed for the last couple of weeks as I get myself set up out at Seppeltsfield Winery in the JamFactory Studio. Bloody hard work shifting that heavy machinery! But I’ve still made time (just) to do what I love to do and that is ‘make knives’!! These knives […]

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