The Barlow (Bunny) big bolster style stems from the Barlow family of cutlers in Stannington, Sheffield. This pattern pocket knife first appeared over 200 years ago and has been made in Sheffield ever since. It was even mentioned in Mark Twain's "Huckleberry Finn."
The Barlow pattern pocket knife is available with Rosewood, Natural Buffalo Horn and Natural Stag (gathered from sustainable sources in the U.K.) scales.
The Buffalo Horn options are from the collectors premium line which offer exquisitely worked spring-backs in Old World English patterns by highly skilled craftsmen.
6.5 - cm clip point satin/polished blade
9 cm closed and 16 cm open
Polished nickel silver bolsters and pins
C70 carbon steel (54-56HRC)
Made in Sheffield
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