Dating antique cutlery
With it's exceptional good looks and distinctive Case Badge Shield, this knife can be your Sunday dress knife or your everyday carry knife. Scrolled Bolsters on top and bottom on the front and on the back. You can view the gift box by going to item #226267. We can engrave on the oak handle of this knife on the shield (mark) side.
Clip and Spey blades mirror polished and hand honed to a razor sharp edge. Please note that you are limited to 21 characters including spaces.
After leasing the cutlery works in Camillus, Robeson employed about three dozen workers making knives.
Their tenure at this factory lasted about four years, until 1898.
You can now add your company logo in full color on the handle of some of the knives. With exquisitely scrolled bolsters the Case solid oak handled Trapper is a classic.
The hand rubbed finish brings out the beauty of the oak handle. Nickel Silver bolsters and Solid Brass liner and Solid Brass pins.
It takes a discerning eye, skilled hands, and the knowledge and skill which take years for a master craftsman to acquire. And it's one reason why, when you pick up a Case knife, you can feel the quality in your hands. Each Case knife is touched by 120 pairs of hands from the beginning to the end of the production process.
Polished high carbon steel spey blade that has good strong open, close, and half snap.
This is really an awesome slim pocket knife with very light pitting. Real nice serpentine waterfall celluloid handle scales.
The company's rich history began in 1889 when four brothers - William Russell (W. 'The Case Brothers') began fashioning knives and selling them along a wagon trail in upstate New York. R.'s son, John Russell (Russ) Case, a former salesman for the Case Brothers brand, launched W. Today Case is owned by Zippo Manufacturing Company, makers of the world famous Zippo windproof lighter, another family-owned business based in Bradford.
The company's original knife concepts and manufacturing methods have been recognized with awards and features from major print publications, international trade organizations and events, broadcast television shows and major motion pictures.