Saturday, January 15, 2011

Meet Charles Whitley, owner of Injun Joe's Cutlery


We met Mr. Whitley in Dunnellon, Florida. He was, as you can see, relaxing at the Halligan Bar & Grill, which is just across the street from his shop, Injun Joe's Cutlery.

Mr. Whitley sells custom knives, professional knives, scissors/accessories and unique jewelry.

If you're in the area, stop in at Injun Joes, 20600 Pennsylvania Avenue, in Dunnellon. You may also contact him at injunjoescutlery@embarqmail.com.

7 comments:

bfarr said...

Nice portrait of Mr. Whitely. I like the second shot too.

cieldequimper said...

I'm not sure I'd go there.

Small City Scenes said...

Hmmmmmmm..........
Does he own a fer tomahawks too?

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello, dear Jacob! Your post brings me some fond memories...
A dear friend of mine, from whom unfortunately I haven't heard for long, is a guy really into cutlery. He even made a few artesanal knifes, forging the blade, handle made of deer's horn, really impressive. He read a lot about Damascus steel and things like that...
I'm glad to have an opportunity to appreciate your wonderful photography and most diverse (and interesting) subjects!
God bless you!
Cezar

Lois said...

Interesting name for this place. I like that clock right outside his shop!

Anonymous said...

He has done a fine work for me and my wife on sharping various knives etc. Also great selection and very nice owner; Jay Dugan

Anonymous said...

Wonderful shop with a great selection; everything you need for hunting, fishing and cooking! The jewelry is unique and fun. We received some Christmas presents from this shop and love them.