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Ettrick blade

Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by RMO, Jul 12, 2019.

  1. RMO

    RMO

    24
    Aug 14, 2009
    Just a quick question is an Ettrick blade and a wharncliffe blade the same. They certainly look alike.
    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Comeuppance

    Comeuppance Fixed Blade EDC Emisssary Gold Member

    Jan 12, 2013
    They can be straight or curved. Ettrick is the designation of the pattern (handle and blade design), not just the blade shape. There have been variations, discussed in this thread.
     
  3. Wowbagger

    Wowbagger Basic Member Basic Member

    Sep 20, 2015
    That's what I love about this place. I'm always learning new stuff.
    Been a little slow here lately.
    Thanks guys ! ! !

    Heck, turns out I even sort of have one . . . sort of . . . my Case Swayback with the Wharncliffe blade.
     
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  4. rckymtdave

    rckymtdave

    45
    Mar 1, 2009
    Got my first Sheffield knife recently. I've been told this is an "Ettrick" knife. It's very comfortable in the hand and makes a good apple peeling knife and pruning knife as well.

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  5. Chui

    Chui Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 10, 2012
    - yes, I wonder @Wowbagger which came first, the Swayback or Ettrick........I’d suggest the latter
     

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