As Colonel likes to ask, "What would you give for your Granddaddy's pocket knife?" Our Col. Littleton knives boast unique and unusual color strata and characteristics on the bone handles. They’re hand-finished for that special look that can only be achieved by the hands of a craftsman, and made to be passed down from one generation to the next. http://www.colonellittleton.com/section/private-stock/pocket-knives/
Seen here is a set of dice that was used in several gambling games in the West. They are hollow and rounded square shape. They were typically hand made by a local craftsman. Today's dice are perfectly cubes and they are bright white.
Our No. 3 Foxfire Knife. This knife features bone handles and a stainless steel locking blade. Solid brass bolsters. Dozens of hand steps provide a superior knife technically. Hand finished and hand buffed for that special look that can only be achieved at the hands of a craftsman. http://www.colonellittleton.com/section/private-stock/pocket-knives/
From the volcanic plateau of Laguiole in southwestern France, Laguiole en Aubrac has been forging superior-quality steak and folding knives, carving sets, tableware and sommelier accessories. Following the ancient traditions of metalwork and artisanship, each Laguiole piece is assembled from start to finish in one sequence by a single craftsman. With heirloom-worthy details such as handles crafted from horn, bone, or precious wood, Laguiole’s pieces are truly a unique addition to your…