This one is 3½"
closed with two blades. Handle is bone with brass pins.
Nice 19th century style. Many of these have been found
on Civil War camp and battlefield sites.
2 in stock
Wood Handled Work Knife
This is a nicely made inexpensive folder
to put in your pocket or shooting bag. Walnut handle and
a strong back spring. Measures 4¼"
folded. Blade is 3½".
I keep one in my
pocket all day and use it around the shop. My best
This is also very
similar to a pre-WW2 German pocket knife.
16 in stock
with Bone Scales
The curved blade on this knife is not
only good for pruning but makes an excellent patch knife
to keep in your shooting bag. Has bone scales and a nice
stiff back spring. Measures
closed and has a 2¾" blade.
5 in stock
Gentleman's Fruit Knife
Nice little knife for cutting fruit
and has a fork as well so your hands don't get sticky.
That will impress your wife.
5 in stock
These are well made modern
versions of an early 17th century style. Made with
stainless blades in a satin finish. The steel
bolsters have a satin finish as well. Handles are
wood with brass pins. Small one is 4" closed with a
3" blade. Large one is 5" closed with a 3¾"
Fancy French Folder $9
4 in stock
Fancy French Folder
5 in stock
These are well made copies of a
common 18th century style knife. Many originals survive
today and many have been dug up at various Rev War
period sites. Your choice of bone or black horn handles.
Measure 8¼" open and the
blade is 3¾" long. All have brass bolsters and pins.
10 Bone Handled in stock
9 Horn Handled in stock
Also known as a Peasant Knife
and the style goes back to the mid 1600s. These are copied from an original piece
and made right here in Williamsburg.
These were sold in most stores in America from the late
17th to early 19th century.
Handles are various hardwoods (walnut, maple, cherry
etc.) Blades are made from heat treated carbon steel and
are 3¼" long. Overall
length open is 7½", folded 4¼".
choice on handle material.
0 in stock
These are very nice high quality
folders that have real ram's horn scales and high carbon
steel blades. The blades have 'hammer marks' left on the
blade and the edge has been polished and sharpened. They
have a stout back spring with nice file work. The blade
has a 3½" cutting edge and
the handle is 4¼" long.