This past August, New West KnifeWorks
hosted a knifemaking competition to celebrate National Knife Day. A seasoned pro, Brandon Williams from Blackfoot Idaho, went up against 17 year old local prodigy, Jack Rellstab.
This summer, New West KnifeWorks COO, Anthony Campolattaro had a beautiful wedding in Jackson Hole and New West founder, Corey Milligan, pulled out all the stops for his longtime friend and colleague. Not only was Corey one of the tight-knit groomsmen, his gift to Anthony was an over-the-top antipasto spread with home-made Italian-style cured meats in all forms and flavors.
The colorful knives
and sculptural knife blocks
that proudly display them tell the story of the brand, a story that unsurprisingly began surrounded by paintings, sculpture, and mixed media at fine art shows all across America.
Sharp, durable knives still need simple maintenance and routine sharpening to keep them at their best, make food preparation safe and fun, and allow them to truly last a lifetime. After all, you wouldn't stop going for oil changes just because you bought a car with a superior motor - in fact, you might pay even more attention to its care.