Jim Sigg lost his knife. In trying to replace it, he couldn't find one he was happy with, so he decided to make his own. Several friends asked Jim to make them knives.
love of nature and animals, along with his artistic abilities, lead him to start engraving, scrimshawing, and carving fish, birds, and animals on his knives and knife handles. He soon found a high demand for his
work and in 1989 Jim became a full-time knifemaker. Jim's knives have been featured in Knives Illustrated, Small Business Opportunities, Sundance Catalog, and several other small local magazines and newspapers.