Synonymous with Regional England. English-made pocketknives with polished high-carbon steel blades, stag handle scales and nickel silver bolsters & pins. Exquisitely worked spring-backs in Old World English patterns by highly skilled craftsmen.
Every Wright Spring-Back Pocketknife symbolizes a slice of English folding knife history since the beginning of the 17th century. (New World American terminology would categorize these non-locking folding knives as ‘slip joint folders’ with ‘fancy file-work’ on back spring).
Traditional style knives still made in their country of origin.
This Joseph Rodgers Pocket Knife with Lambsfoot blade, solid nickel silver bolsters, brass linings and brass rivets is lovingly ground, assembled and finished by hand....View full product details
Sometimes known as a Skinner or Bunny Knife this Rodgers Pocket Knife features solid nickel silver bolsters, brass linings and brass rivets and is lovingly...View full product details
Satin finished, stainless lambfoot and pen blades with rosewood scales, nickel-silver bolster, brass liners & pins. 9-cm closed Made in SheffieldView full product details
One of our best-selling pocket knives. The Ettrick started life as a small gutting knife, reputedly designed by the Earl of Wharncliffe and his gamekeeper!...View full product details
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