Knife and fork handle | Enamelled handles, such as on this knife and fork, were fragile and easily damaged. Few examples survive in good condition. Most come from Germany and France where they were especially popular. Ebony, ivory, fish skin, tortoiseshell, amber, bone, horn and shell were all popular for decorating cutlery.
Rough Rider Knives 1156 Armor Hide Series - Six Blade Stockman Pocket Knife with Grey Checkered Bone Handles. Rough Rider - Armor Hide Six Blade Stockman. Model RR1156. The ancient craftsman of a Samurai warrior''s armor used all of the materials that both man & nature provided. From hand-pounded steel to the thick leather and dense durable bone of the water buffalo, the Samurai''s "Armor Hide" was ultimate protection from the enemy. The methods of creating the "Armor Hide" were passed…
Puma Trophy Care Bone Handle Knife Set. Includes 7 inch gut hook, 2.5 inch caping knife, and 2.5 inch fleshing knife. 55-57 Rockwell Hardness. White bone scales. Handmade by skilled craftsman. Lanyard hole.
As Colonel likes to ask, "What would you give for your Granddaddy's pocket knife?" Our Col. Littleton knives boast unique and unusual color strata and characteristics on the bone handles. They’re hand-finished for that special look that can only be achieved by the hands of a craftsman, and made to be passed down from one generation to the next. http://www.colonellittleton.com/section/private-stock/pocket-knives/