Among other things we use for our products the following sorts of wood: :

Amboina grain tubers: :
redbrown, darkens in the length of time, tubers mostly without splint, about from 20cm to 60cm in diameter, not easy to handle during production, often grown faulty or incorrect.
 
Ebony
colour of splint white-gray, heartwood black, sometimes striped gray, very hard.
 
Jacaranda (Honduras rosewood):
brown to purple-brown, more light-coloured than other sorts of Jacaranda, even and straight grown fibre

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Our range of products contains all sorts of handles and scales e.g. for household knifes, professional knifes, pocket knifes, hunting knifes, made of different materials.


We are capable of producing little amounts as well as large quantities.

 

A list of used sorts of wood:

Amboina grain tubers
Bocote
Bubinga
Bulnesia-Samiente
Cocobolo
Ebony
Grenadille
Jacaranda (Honduras rosewood)
Jacaranda, Santos
Jacaranda, Madagascar
Jacaranda, East India
Kingwood
Violet-tree
Pear-tree
Cherry-tree

 

Products

Even in our industrialized 21'st century the company Heinrich Schmitz counts on tradition.

Many of our products are just today cut, moulded by a skilful hand and will then be ongoing processed as desired.

According to the whole process, we are able to manufacture cutlery handles with an extraordinary exactness and quality.

Our range of products contains all sorts of handles and scales e.g. for household knifes, professional knifes, pocket knifes, hunting knifes, made of the different materials.

We are capable of producing little amounts as well as large quantities.

Of course we are open to serve your special requests and special orders !

FAQ tropical wood
Questions and answers all about tropical wood





Production steps of a wooden knife handle: