Posted June 5, 2012 by Nick
William Scagel, rest his soul, can be considered the father of modern custom knifemaking as many of his designs and techniques are still copied and used to this day. Scagel’s style of using stacked leather and stag, paired with a drop point hunting blade became popular for it’s quality, elegance, and high degree of function. Scagel Knives were always 100% handmade, as William preferred it, making original Scagel models extremely hard to come by. Today, a new company has begun remaking Scagel knives to the same exacting standards in Michigan and they come in two different fixed blade models, the Bowie and the Hunter. Whether you prefer stag or leather, a maneuverable 5-3/8″ blade or a larger 8″ size for more serious tasks, there’s a Scagel configuration for you. Get one in your hand and you’ll be able to tell the absolute quality of every William Scagel knife, available at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted May 15, 2012 by Nick
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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Posted April 24, 2012 by Nick
New Spyderco Red Coral Folders
We carry some amazing and elegant products here at the KnifeCenter and these new items from Santa Fe Stoneworks are downright beautiful. These one-of-a-kind pieces use red coral and mother of pearl to make a beautiful sunburst pattern on three of Spyderco’s most popular and iconic folders; the Endura, Delica, and Dragonfly. These particular models are mainstays in Spyderco’s production line and for good reason. Each has a plain edge VG-10 stainless steel blade, an easy to use lockback mechanism, great lockup, and awesome ergonomics. There are a large number of these three Spyderco models floating around out there but none like this. Make your Spyderco your own with these custom onlay designs and see them while they last at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted September 21, 2011 by Howard
Boker 2011 Annual Damascus Collectors Folding Knife
Boker Knives is a company that does a lot of things and does a lot of them right. Their damascus knives are world class collectibles that the KnifeCenter has featured them since the mid 1990′s and we have collectors around the world ordering them in. This 2011 annual folding knife issue is outstanding. It features a thick liner, raindrop style damascus blade and gorgeous desert ironwood handle. This is a timeless beauty.
You can see them (while they last) at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted June 11, 2011 by Howard
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Posted March 2, 2010 by Howard
Darrel Ralph Designs Madd MAXX
Darrel’s famous Madd Maxx folder is back. We have it in black and satin with either the assisted mechanism or not. They feature a massive 5.5″ blade made of S30V. These are classics.
Posted February 25, 2010 by Howard
Timberline GATCO 20th Anniversary Limited Edition Knife
A hand made Russ Kommer- it’s a beautiful thing! tapered tang, mirror polished ATS34 stainless blade and much more. These are great and we have a limited supply.
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted December 9, 2009 by Howard
Darrel Ralph MAXQ MIA II-Assisted Opening Pocketknives Handmade in the USA
Darrel Ralph is about our favorite knife designer. The knives have great style. These MAXQ knives are the Mid-tech version of the others we sell, but they really shine. The fit and finish are perfect and the materials are first rate.
You can see them at: www.knifecenter.com
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Posted September 28, 2009 by Howard
Benchmade Gold Class Osborne 3.4″ Damasteel Blade, Titanium Handles
Benchmade Knives offers their Gold Class series for the collector/investor. They are very limited in production and really excel in craftsmanship, materials and design. This new one is based on the classic BM940 series- always a favorite because of the sleek lines and great action. It has their top quality Damasteel blade and a really well designed handle.
You can see these at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted August 6, 2009 by Howard
SKALJA KNIVES Savik Handmade Pocket Knives
The SKALJA KNIVES Savik is a beautiful handmade knife from Canada. Although there is no pocket clip, the low profile and lightness of this knife will make it unnoticeable in your pocket even when wearing slacks. This knife features a unique sliding lock along the spine and dual thumb studs making it completely ambidextrous. Carefully balancing art and technology, these knives have smooth action, finish and incredible style.
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