All Things Brass

The All Things Brass blog has launched recently, but I have the feeling that despite the owner’s fame in the knife community his blog is still undiscovered by many here in the stationery community, so I thought I point you towards this new blog that features great photography of all things brass, not only stationery.

It is run by Stefan Schmalhaus whose YouTube channel on pocket knives I have been following for a few years. If you have noticed the occasional knife in this blog or on my YouTube channel my interest in his channel might not come as a surprise.

I love the topic of his blog and hope that brass stationery is here to stay. As mentioned in the past some manufacturers, even those using lead-free brass, have stopped making some items of stationery that contain brass, because new rules in some markets mean expensive paperwork (which makes these fairly low-cost items unviable).


5 thoughts on “All Things Brass”

  1. Thank you so much for featuring my blog! It was officially launched on January 31st. There are only a few articles so far but there are more to follow in the next days and weeks. My long-term goal is to publish at least two articles a month.

  2. Thank you for your comments.

    Scribble, hmm brass stationery is so nice. Too bad it’s often not cheap.

    Stefan, thank you for pointing this out. I based the date on dates shown in your blog posts. I have adjusted my blog post to reflect the different date. I am certainly looking forward to reading more articles and looking at the amazing photos. I wouldn’t be surprised if your blog posts will convince me to ask for one of these items for a next birthday or for Christmas 8^)

  3. Matthias, the blog has been in “coming soon” mode since December last year. The dates reflect the time when the articles were finalized. Originally, I wanted to launch the blog with at least 20 articles, but then I became impatient. 😉

  4. I’m happy you became impatient. This gave us an opportunity to get to know your blog sooner.

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