From Franceâs Laguiole region, famed for its expertly crafted knives, each of these multi-purpose folding knives is the work of a single master cutler whose craft begins with shaping the wood and concludes with fitting the blade. The contoured handle is handcrafted from dense, dark ebony wood and fossilized ivory mammoth tusks. With its folding blade and elegant style, this French-made knife is perfect for picnics, day trips and camping. The blade is forged from ultrastrong Sandvick steel. The handle is handcrafted from dense, dark ebony wood and fossilized ivory. The decorative chasing on the metal spine serves as the signature of the craftsman who made the knife. Includes an attractive storage box. Made in France.Â
Slender and light with exquisite sharpness, this folding steak knife is perfect for meals on the go. Its distinctive design is based on the first Japanese pocketknife, made in 1896, but with the modern improvement of a locking system to secure the blade open during use. This personal knife slips easily into a coat pocket or small purse, protected by a leather sheath. Razor-sharp 16Ë cutting angle on each side cuts effortlessly through meats. Japanese 420J2 stainless-steel blade is highly stain-resistant and takes a very fine edge. Lever allows for fast, one-handed opening. Secure locking liner ensures that blade does not close while in use. Durable thermoplastic handle includes an inlaid crest reminiscent of Japanese family emblems and is both durable and beautiful. Includes leather sheath for safe storage.
With its slim profile, light weight and folding blade, the Higo Nokami knife allows you to enjoy the precision of Japanâs legendary Shun cutlery anytime, anywhere. Regarded as Japanâs first pocketknife, the Higo design dates from the mid 19th century. Foldout razor-sharp blade of high-carbon stain-resistant VG-10 steel. Perfectly sized for cutting steak at dinner or slicing fruit and cheese for a picnic. PakkaWood handle is resin-infused for lasting moisture resistance. Handle is inlaid with a silver-and-brass emblem from an ancient samurai family crest. A simple locking mechanism holds the 3 3/4"-long blade firmly in place while in use. Handcrafted in Japan.
An object of beauty and utility, the Nesmuk folding knife is handcrafted with exquisite materials and refined to perfection. This German-made folder carries on the tradition of the "gentleman's knife," serving as a fine steak knife that is easily transported in a pocket or purse. Crafted without rivets or screws, this elegant knife offers long-lasting sharpness and beautiful handling. Handcrafted of stainless, high-performance steel with niobium, a rare Brazilian metal, for maximum sharpness and strength. Blade has a high-quality black diamond-like carbon coating that offers extraordinary cutting performance and toughness. Cutting edge holds its sharpness for a long time. Ergonomic handle in your choice of Black Piano Lacquer or Silver Hammer-Blow. Black Piano-Lacquer handle: Shells are molded from exclusive varnishes, distinguished by their exceptional depth of color and saturation, and polished to a high gloss. Silver Hammer-Blow handle: Shells are made of the finest polished, hand-hammered silver. Handle shells are securely screwed together with invisible joints. Left bezel is engraved with the Nesmuk bat symbol. Handcrafted in the historic cutlery center of Solingen, Germany.
An object of beauty and utility, the Nesmuk folding knife is handcrafted with exquisite materials and refined to perfection. This German-made folder carries on the tradition of the "gentleman's knife," serving as a fine steak knife that can be easily transported in a pocket or purse. Crafted with no visible rivets or screws, this elegant knife offers long-lasting sharpness and beautiful handling. Handcrafted of rustproof high-performance stainless steel with a high niobium content for maximum sharpness and strength. Cutting edge holds its sharpness for a long time. Ergonomic handle in your choice of Olive Wood, Desert Ironwood or White Ebony. Olive Wood: This decorative Mediterranean pale-brown wood is notable for its beautiful dark veining. Dessert Ironwood: From the Sonora dessert in the U.S. and Mexico, this is wne of the world's densest hardwoods, with a rich brown color with dark brown/black veining. White Ebony: A very rare Southeast Asian wood prized for is hardness and density, with a black color punctuated by light-colored veining. Left bezel is engraved with the Nesmuk bat symbol. Handcrafted in the historic cutlery center of Solingen, Germany.