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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Happy birthday! Nice birthday gift!
Our very own Dave Ferry makes great knives under the Horsewright name. His leather work is equally impressive. This is a small knife, just under 5.5 inches. You do not even notice it, but it is alway at hand. Unfortunately, I am not riding very much now so this knife and scabbard are going on the fixed blade exchange for someone else to tote.
Thanks Dylan! Yours is also looking mighty fine, even without the shine!
Much thanks JJ. The covers on your Crucible and Canton Cut Co. are sublime. Just beautiful.
@5K Qs - Thank you GT. Your cutlery choices are Choice. Wonderful little adornments on each.
@John DF- John, very cool and colorful Teamster’s Jack.
@Duckdog - Much thanks, Stewart. Smart looking Trappers.
@Gevonovich - Such a handsome Laguiole, Gev.
@happy Birthday @traumkommode. That’s a fine 57.
@5K Qs - Love that Okapi, GT.
I tried mightily to resist, but then Black Friday came.
Fontenille Pataud Capuchadou.
Oo la la!
Merci beaucoup, Vince.
Quite the bevy of beauties Gary; that Kingston Cattle knife is super cool!
Thank you very much kind Sir!!! Your Laguiole is a real stunner wearing that marvelous snakewood; wonderful image too!
Thank you kindly Stuart, I can certainly relate!!!
Your Thursday Trapper Twosome looks awesome; the BB Winchester is always a favorite but the Boker certainly has wonderful jigging too!
Thank you very kindly Harvey!!! Your new Capuchadou is a wonderful work of art; you really have an exceptional eye for cutlery!
My two totes for today are a couple of post WWII slicers from Robeson; a Spey Barlow and an English Jack.
Many thanks Dean
Thanks Harvey, that knife has certainly hogged my pocket this year
Lovely Penknife Harvey
Thank you very much my friend, those are two beautiful Penknives, I do like Shadow patterns
Thanks GT, that's a great line-up
Very nice John
Nice crisp pic of that fine-looking pair Ron
Those two look well-loved Taylor
Nice combo with your Calabash Dylan
Pretty old Pioneer Gary
Interesting knife Harvey, certainly a looker
Fantastic knives in incredible condition JJ
Morning folks, taken me a while to catch up! Hope everyone has had a good week, nice to see Friday come around again Carrying my pocket-hogging Hartshead Barlow again today, and a Vic Electrician. Have a good day everyone
Great choice, Gary.
Today with GEC #15.
Google says capuchadou means hood and its variant spelling capujadou means huddled?
6th December is Independence Day here and thus a National Holiday The Republic was established 102 years ago today, but of course the country is far older During Tsarist rule 1809-1917 the country was more or less autonomous anyway. own currency the Markka and Bank of Finland since 1863 (that's all gone now with the €uro ) education system, taxation, Parliament, pensions and votes for women all before 1917, nor did Finns have to serve in the Imperial Tsarist army either unlike other nations.
Very cool medal.
Happy Independence Day!
Along with all the knives I've carried in my life you can usually find a small gents knife on me. I particularly like these figural knives. This one coming from Hoffritz which was like a giant candy store of knives. Other than blunted tips it is an excellent little knife. One question I've never seen answered is why do the great majority of these knives have the same scene on both sides?
Outstanding, Thrilling, and did I say out of the stratosphere...wow !!!! Great photographs
Thank you, Harvey and Jack.
It was a generous gift from Knowtracks.
Happy Independence Day.