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Conrad Hicks Forge Knife Exhibition

Opening: 10 December 2021 at 16:00 - 11 December 2021

Now an annual event and showing over 2 days, the exhibition is set to excite top-end knife and art collectors. The pieces are all hand forged blades that include culinary knives, art knives and utility knives.
 
We have top bladesmiths coming from all over the country to exhibit, demonstrate their skills, discuss their designs and sell their masterpieces.
 
The lifetime acquired, labour intensive skill of knifesmithing is a fusion between art, metallurgy, technical engineering and precision handwork that will be showcased in a range of demo’s and talks on Saturday 11th December 9am-6pm, inside the forge of artist-blacksmith Conrad Hicks, alongside the gallery where the knives are to be exhibited in the iconic building, The Bijou in Observatory, Cape Town. Everyone is welcome, as well as young(ish) kids wanting to watch and drool and will find something for themselves this year as we will have a larger display of accessibly priced knives, as well as the lifetime purchases.
 
Find the perfect gift for yourself or special person who loves to cook. Bring a friend and come and see us on Friday 10th (opening night 4pm-7pm) and 11th December (all day 9am-6pm) at The Bijou, 178 Lower Main Rd, Observatory, Cape Town.

Participating: Conrad Hicks, Philip Dunn, Dave Skinner, Rick Afonso, Stan Hohowsky, Gareth Wilkinson, Hylton Rutherford, Alan Mitchell

VENUE:

THE BIJOU
Address: 178 Lower Main Rd, Observatory, Cape Town
Cell: 083 501 0944




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