I'm adding a service - knife handle repair. I'm super excited about this because there is quite a bit of art/craft/skill to replacing handles. I've done a few for customers now and the results have been fabulous. It's a fairly involved process, removing the old handle, cleaning the metal, bonding the new scales to the handle and riveting them, shaping the handle to match the original form of the knife and finally finishing it all.
You get your choice from a few kinds of wood which have all been stabilized to ensure a long life the images below are of a leopard wood handle being assembled, shaped and finished. These are one-of-a-kind pieces. I'm still figuring out pricing since it is a fairly involved process but for now I'm charging $100 for replacements; so, if you have that special knife that needs a new handle let me know, I'd be happy to show you the examples of my work and work with you as you choose the wood that best suits your taste.