Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

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Re: Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

Post by Miller Bro's » Wed Nov 27, 2013 1:21 am

FRJ wrote:The Landers is unusual too in the way it was handled. Most High end knives were hafted on a through tang with 3 rivets. Older ones with 4 small pins. And often on a tapered tang.
Neat knife, MB.
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Re: Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

Post by tongueriver » Tue Dec 03, 2013 7:01 pm

FRJ wrote:Kitchen cutlery, and some accessories.
Whoa! I drove through Connecticut but I didn't think it was that big! Very nice collection.

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Re: Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

Post by knife7knut » Sun Dec 14, 2014 11:42 pm

I have another post here on larger kitchen knives so I thought I'd throw these onto this thread and bring it back up.
There are several sets of steak knives;three of which are made by Hakusui Inami;who is the owner of the Japan Sword Co.Ltd.The quality of these knives is second to none.
There is also a service for six(knives & forks)mahde by Keen Kutter.Strangely enough they came without the box;which I found many years later.They fit perfectly into the box so I assume that is what it was made for.
There are other odd knives by various makers including a handmade paring knife by Ernest Warther.Bought at an antique shop for $2.
Also a rather odd knife by Remington called the Moby Dick with an etch on the blade simulating a whale.
This post will probably run on for several posts so sit back and enjoy.Feel free to ask questions about any of them.
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Re: Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

Post by knife7knut » Sun Dec 14, 2014 11:44 pm

Some more.........................
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Post by jerryd6818 » Wed Dec 17, 2014 12:10 am

Ray, you just amaze me.
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Re: Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

Post by knife7knut » Fri Jan 09, 2015 3:13 am

Two that I picked up yesterday:a Cattaraugus Cutlery Co cleaver in the original box made for Better Brushes Inc. Palmer Massachusetts ; and a J.A.Henckels International poultry shears in the original box.Not sure what the "International" significance is but there is only one of the twins shown.There are two stickers on the bottom of the box:One says,Solandia 18/8 Stainless Steel from Denmark and the other is a price tag from what looks like Herp's and Hardy's and a price of $30.00. The lettering on the side is in 3 languages:German English and French in that order which makes me think it was for the European market.
Whatever the case the price was right:$5 for the cleaver and $8 for the shears.
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Re: Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

Post by knife7knut » Sun May 03, 2015 6:56 pm

And here is yesterday's score: A J.Russell Green River Works carver in really decent shape for $18. The small letter stamp is the earliest Russell dating no later than 1875 according to BRL.
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Re: Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

Post by garddogg56 » Sun May 03, 2015 11:24 pm

::tu:: I like the shape on that J.Russell.I have one with the same stamp.
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Re: Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

Post by Miller Bro's » Mon May 04, 2015 9:49 pm

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Re: Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

Post by Hak1911 » Sun Jan 10, 2016 7:38 pm

FRJ wrote:Kitchen cutlery, and some accessories.
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Re: Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

Post by Hak1911 » Sun Jan 17, 2016 11:07 pm

Bazinga
Murray Carter 6.5sun
1of3 for my dad,brother,& my self. All knives are as identical as Handmade knives can be.
Well this back before the PriceSwell .....
135$ a piece .....
His stuff is well into the 300's now a piece for similar items.

It's a Awsome knife
So subtle in its refinements
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Re: Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

Post by timgreene48 » Mon Jan 18, 2016 1:44 am

I guess you would call this kitchen cutlery, right? Case's Noble Quartet-1960's
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Re: Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

Post by mrwatch » Mon Jan 18, 2016 2:21 pm

knife7knut wrote:Two that I picked up yesterday:a Cattaraugus Cutlery Co cleaver in the original box made for Better Brushes Inc. Palmer Massachusetts ; and a J.A.Henckels International poultry shears in the original box.Not sure what the "International" significance is but there is only one of the twins shown.There are two stickers on the bottom of the box:One says,Solandia 18/8 Stainless Steel from Denmark and the other is a price tag from what looks like Herp's and Hardy's and a price of $30.00. The lettering on the side is in 3 languages:German English and French in that order which makes me think it was for the European market.
Whatever the case the price was right:$5 for the cleaver and $8 for the shears.
From Badger and Blade,
All I can find is that the Better Brush Company started in Palmer Ma in 1912.
They offered various household goods such as mops, brooms, brushes, sewing and mending kits etc.
During the 1960s, the BROOM, BRUSH & MOP company purchased Better Brushes.

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Re: Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

Post by Hak1911 » Fri May 13, 2016 10:26 pm

That Is one Nice Nogent Style Kitchen knife
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Re: Show Off Your Kitchen Knives!

Post by FRJ » Fri May 13, 2016 11:49 pm

Well, Hak1911, it's nice to know someone recognizes a Nogent knife. Thank you. ::tu::

Here is that knife and two others. These are very old knives and as solid as when first made.

By the way, would you recognize the symbol on the middle knife? Thanks.
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