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Maine Knife Sharpening

Posted on May 26, 2017 in: Uncategorized | Post Comment









We sharpen knives from all of Maine and the rest of New England.

Mail order boxes available.

Falmouth Farmer’s Market Opening May 24th

Posted on May 15, 2017 in: Uncategorized | Post Comment







Opening Day May 24th

Every Wednesday, Noon to 4PM , thru September 27

65 Depot Road, behind Staples. 15 minutes from downtown Portland


Summer 2017 Brochure

Posted on April 19, 2017 in: Uncategorized | Post Comment








Summer Brochure, with market calendar, prices, knife care tips and more. Print one out today.

Hair Shears

Posted on April 6, 2017 in: Uncategorized | Post Comment









We sharpen basic hair shears (Bevel Edge). We are unable to do convex edge ones. If yours are bevel edge We can refer you to some one who does them.

Care when storing on a magnetic bar.

Posted on March 1, 2017 in: Uncategorized | Post Comment








When removing a knife from a magnetic bar tip the sharpened edge off the bar first so you don’t dull it.

Midcoast Winter Farmers’ Market

Posted on February 17, 2017 in: Uncategorized | Post Comment








Thru April

We are at the Midcoast Winter Farmers’ Market every Friday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.

The market has a good variety of agricultural products as well as bakers, spice merchant, coffee roaster, cheese maker, cutler and more.

Cutler?  = Knife Sharpener

Topsham Fairgound


Not at Brunswick Winter Market December 17th

Posted on December 17, 2016 in: Uncategorized | Post Comment

Wicked Sharp will not be at the Brunswick Winter Market on December 17th. We will be back at the market on December 24th.

Always include a penny when gifting a knife

Posted on December 3, 2016 in: Uncategorized | Post Comment









“There is a folklore superstition regarding the giving of a knife as a gift. If the knife is given to a friend, money must be exchanged as well. It is considered very bad luck to give someone a knife without exchanging money or the friendship will be cut by the knife. Because of this superstition, it is common that the gift of a knife will be given along with a penny, nickel or dime in the box with the knife so that the recipient can give back the coin, thereby saving the friendship from being severed by the giving of the sharp blade. The exact background of this superstition is unclear yet; even today most people will include a coin with the gift of a knife and request the coin be given back. The apparent view is that it is far better to be safe than sorry.”

Newest review (on Facebook)

Posted on November 30, 2016 in: Uncategorized | Post Comment


I had a chef’s knife, a utility knife, and a paring knife sharpened just before Thanksgiving, and they were indeed sharper than when I first purchased them, and worked beautifully! Much better edges than I got with the sharpening I got some years ago when I took my knives to a shop in ########. My first time at Brunswick Winter Market, too — I’ll definitely be back!


November 29, 2017

Never wash your knives in the dishwasher.

Posted on November 21, 2016 in: Uncategorized | Post Comment






Never, soak your knives in the sink or put them in the dishwasher as it will corrode the rivets that hold the scales on the knife. This is premium brand knife. The dishwasher can rust knives too as stainless steel is not stainless.