The online community of knife collectors, A Knife Family Forged in Steel
I had the good fortune, last week end, to spend most of three solid days at cutlery mecca - Smokey Mountain Knife Works. Saying it was an educational and fun week end would be classed as a dramatic understatement, Taking three days off from the shop was a welcome change of pace. One pass through the aisles of the 100,000 retail space and you may find your head spinning. As I stood behind the sales counter I definitely noticed that glazed look on many of the faces filing by - especially…Continue
Just thought this would be a unique way to see what everyone likes to view....
I have found I always drift back to this page.......Just to see what is new....and I always look at IMAGES first.....lol
Post your link here so we can enjoy everyones taste in knives too, maybe your web browser has better stuff than ours!
this is mine.....a google search of course.....http://tinyurl.com/p6g72zg…Continue
Knife collecting is certainly an enjoyable hobby. Different people collect for different reasons and most people collect for multiple reasons. Some of the reasons are:
* Enjoyment. Life is a challenging experience for most people. It comes with good times, bad times and a lot of time that is best quantified as being neither good nor bad...but more a means to one of the other outcomes. Having enjoyable hobbies makes our life journey more pleasant and provides a nice…Continue
As much as I hate this, we will not be going on to Ohio from here. Something has come up at home and we need to be in Tampa on Wed. With my health a trip back to Tampa and then up to Ohio is just not going to be possible.
If the trip home were not absolutely necessary, I would cancel it but alas it is not something I can pass on. I apologize to all that are going, there are so many I wanted to meet. There is another one in April and I have every intention of making it there if I…Continue
As you might know I make a knife every now and then.
Well I'm trying to get my name out there a little more. So if my facebook page reaches 250 likes I'll give away this little knife
So if you have a Facebook account, go to: …Continue
My dad always carried a gentleman type knife on him when i was young and he gave me my first knife when i was a boy. It was a Victorinox and i felt real grown up and loved it.
Talking about the knives he had own and about how to be careful with them as he had some scars to show how easily accidents happen, he told me he, as a little boy, got a knife from a British commando at the end of WWII when Eindhoven was liberated. It was used heavily and the tip was broken off and…Continue
W. R Case Son eventually evolved to the W. R. Case and sons as per knife history.
W. R. Case & Son Cutlery – The Beginning
As stated earlier, W.R. Case was not involved with his brothers’ business, but the Case Brothers Company served to train his son.
During the years 1900-1902, John Russell Case had worked…