Case Knives and Carhartt were both founded in 1889 but have just now begun a collaborative effort to bring you some very high quality hard use traditional knives. For those who are unfamiliar with Carhartt, they started out making specialized workers clothes and are currently branching out to knives with this collaboration. With 22 different models spanning three series there is something sure to impress any Case or Carhartt fan. The three lines introduced include models with genuine dark molasses bone, rugged “duck” g-10, and jigged double-dyed synthetic handles. You can see the entire Case Carhartt series at www.knifecenter.com.
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Have you got a younger sibling, friend, niece/nephew, child or grandchild that you’re having a hard time finding the right gift for? Are they at the age where hurting themselves is less of a possibility and more of an inevitability? Well look no further as the perfect gift for that special little guy or gal is now at the KnifeCenter. Case Wooden Pocket Knife Kits give one all the experience of owning and assembling their very own genuine Case knife, while removing the dangers associated with owning a pocket knife. The kits come in about a dozen pieces and putting them together is easy, enjoyable, and can be a bonding experience. Start the next generation toward their love of the pocket knife with wooden knife kits from Case, found at www.knifecenter.com.
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What else can or need be said about these knives but WOW! These new folders from Case are some of the finest they’ve ever produced. The Raindrop Damascus blades are made by famed bladesmith Devin Thomas and are among the most beautiful patterns available today. Paired with these awesome blades are pieces of genuine Mammoth Ivory dating back to over 10,000 years ago. These being Case knives, the materials, craftsmanship, fit, and finish are second to none and these particular blades are only available in limited production runs of 100 pieces per model. Don’t wait around because you won’t find a more beautiful production knife out there and if you do, you can find it at www.knifecenter.com.
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Case Melon Testers
Newly updated from Case, it’s their awesome Melon Tester line! Their long, slender stainless steel blades were originally designed for gauging the ripeness of produce-hence, Melon Tester! However, these knives aren’t just for coring cantaloupes; they have also proven themselves admirably as steak knives, too! Available in a variety of edge configurations and handle styles, whether you’re cutting into a sirloin or a watermelon, this is the knife for you! Take a look at www.knifecenter.com!
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Case Tony Bose Chestnut Bone Coffin Jack
Case Knives has featured Tony Bose collaborations for years. This new series have are a ‘coffin jack” style with a distinctive shape to the handle and two blades. So far, the chestnut color bone handle model has arrived. They are limited to 300 pieces worldwide and very collectible. You can see this new series at www.knifecenter.com and the chestnut bone model here
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CASE Knives Tony Bose Models 2011
Case Knives releases beautiful Tony Bose models every year. They just released two models with damascus blades that are spectacular.
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Case Elvis Presley Blue Bone Folding Hunter, Shadow Box
Case Knives produce a lot of commemoratives. Frankly, we don’t feature many of them. This one was special and so we decided to offer it to our customers- many of whom are Elvis memorabilia collectors. This is one that is worth keeping. It features a blue bone folding hunter and is really spectacular.
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Case Desk Knife Burnt Stag Handles, Damascus Blade
Case Knives produce some beautiful and useful items. Take the Desk Knife series. They’re well made (in the USA) and work perfectly as a desk tool. You can open letters, boxes and all the odd things you need a knife for sitting at your desk. This new Desk Knife has a fantastic layered Damascus steel blade and stag horn handles. These are really striking and make a wonderful gift. They come in a very nice gift box.
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