Pearce Knives – Handmade Wrench Knives – $50 USD

Pearce Knives Wrench Knife

Pearce Knives is run by Logan Pearce, a third-generation American knife maker whose work has been featured in a slew of movies and games including Suicide Squad, FarCry, The Lone Ranger, Watch Dogs, Mobius, Sword Master, and many more. Over the years Logan has worked with Disney, Warner Bros., Columbia Pictures, Ubisoft, EA, and Bethesda…

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Creek Cutler Damascus Steel Folding Pocket Knife

Creek Cutler Damascus Steel Folding Pocket Knife

Each Damascus steel folding pocket knife from Creek Cutler is handmade to order, oftentimes integrating a personalised fabric Micarta handle with monogramed inserts. For the uninitiated, Micarta is a name for composites of linen, canvas, paper, or other materials, using phenolic resins. It was developed by George Westinghouse in 1910, and it’s been used widely…

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Cryptic Knives Friction Folder

The Cryptic Knives Friction Folder is a pocket-sized folding knife by Wytse Kersseboom in the Netherlands. Each is made by hand from tough DIN 100 MnCrW4 tool steel from Sheffield, England and no two blades are exactly the same. Both the blade and handle are stainless steel, with phosphor bronze washers, a hidden detent spring,…

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Mollyjogger’s Bear & Son Scrimshaw Knife Kit

Mollyjogger’s Bear & Son Scrimshaw Knife Kit contains everything you need to partake in the age-old art of scrimshaw – carving bone or ivory with words, art, and iconography, a pastime that originally started on whaling ships back in the mid-1700s. While the early scrimshaw artists used whale bones and teeth, typically from sperm or…

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Victorinox Forester Wood Swiss Army Knife

The Forester Wood Swiss Army Knife by Victorinox was designed as an outdoorsman’s knife that contains just about everything you need to set up a rudimentary camp site, open a tin of beans and a bottle of wine, and maybe even fashion yourself a spear in case one of those pesky Yetis comes for a…

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The British M.O.D. Survival Knife

The British M.O.D. Survival Knife is endorsed by the British Ministry of Defence and made in England with two primary design criteria – efficiency and simplicity. The hefty blade is made of high-carbon steel so it’ll retain an edge even under heavy use, and it’s treated with a corrosion-resistant phosphate coating. Designed for military use, the…

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Handmade Repurposed File Knives

Creek Cutler is the home of James Freakly, an English bladesmith based in North Norfolk. James makes a wide variety of utility knives and kitchen knives by hand in his workshop, the latter of which are highly sought after by professional chefs in Britain and around the world. Some of his more unusual creations are knives…

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Singi Fallkniv Arctic Knife

Each Singi Fallkniv Arctic Knife is made by hand north of the Arctic Circle in Sweden using natural materials native to the region, including a handle made from locally occurring birchwood. It uses a stainless steel drop point blade, a Karesuando inlay shield, a stainless bolster, a braided leather lanyard with bone bead, and a brown…

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Malvaux Number 1 Knife

The Malvaux Number 1 Knife was designed to solve a number of issues with some of the more famous Swiss pocket knives. It has a curved handle for improved ergonomics, and a stainless steel blade made by the talented folks in Solingen. Malvaux was established in the Jura region near the city of Biel Bienne,…

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