Beautiful Anchor Knives

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Beautiful Anchor Knives
made with bone handles & leather lanyards
01B01.11 2-5/8" Anchor Knife

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$79.90

01B01.12 3" Anchor Knife

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$99.95

15A02.02 Full Size Knife Wallet

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$28.50

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Made in France with grips of natural dark horn with “sheepfoot” blades of 3" (or 2-5/8"). We have carried this general style in the past but the details have not been anywhere as well executed. These (as expected) cost a bit more but the extra expense is well worth it for top quality.
Add our handsome and well-made leather knife sheath (5" long, 2-5/8" wide) with a belt loop and top security flap. Made in the USA.
Making Beautiful Anchor Knives
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2-5/8" Anchor Knife
Type:
Folder
Blade Thickness:
1/8"
Blade Length:
2-5/8"
Overall Length:
6-3/4"
Blade Material:
Stainless Steel
Handle Material:
Horn
Sheath:
None
3" Anchor Knife
Type:
Folder
Blade Thickness:
1/8"
Blade Length:
3"
Overall Length:
6-3/4"
Blade Material:
Stainless Steel
Handle Material:
Horn
Sheath:
None
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8 reviews 0 5 4.7
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  • My favorite anchor knife

    Mike Beckett, 5/29/2018 The only reason for four stars instead of 5 is that the liners had some proud, rough edges, and for the price I would expect them to be flush. That aside, this knife is outstanding. The springs are nice and stiff, giving confidence for use when its opened. The blade snaps cleanly and strongly into closed position. The edge came very sharp out of the box, which makes the half stop a welcome feature. The horn handles do feel a little like plastic, but they aren't. The size is perfect, in my opinion (I bought the smaller of the two), being just a little bigger overall than GEC's #15 pattern. The knife also doesn't seem to be as bulky as some of the other anchor knives offered from other manufacturers. Very nice lines on this knife. These come with the leather lanyard pictured, which is a nice bonus. Overall, I absolutely love this knife and have carried it every day since I received it. Now all I need is for this model to be offered with some wood handles so I can buy another one.
  • Great everyday carry knife

    Ivan K, 5/16/2018 I moved on from non-locking pocket knives a long time ago, but this one was so beautiful that I made an exception for it. Actually, it is so solid and the mechanism so secure that it has become my go-to everyday pocketknife. A little on the pricey side but solid.
  • Knife great; slabs are high grade plastic.

    Randall Swimm, 8/11/2017 I love the knife, but the ad says the slabs are bone and the receipt says they are horn. They are neither, but are genuine plastic. Still, it's the only way to get the tight seal on the anchor, which could not have bone or horn slabs that fit so well as injected plastic. I suggest that you mention that these knives are used for emergency repairs of lines at sea, and that the more expensive blade is for thicker lines.

    Response By: Garrett Wade Tech Department
    Thank you for your review on the Anchor Knife. We contacted the manufacturer of the knives who informed us that the slabs are made of solid (the very end of the horn) cow horn. Thanks also for informing us of the conflicting information. We apologize for the confusion.
  • Great gift for a Naval person

    Wanda Moore, 11/6/2016 It's a gift for my stepson who's in the Navy. I'm really impressed with it, hope he likes it as much as I do. Workmanship on both knife is just beautiful.
  • Not originally my idea, but...

    Tom, 9/6/2016 I don't normally carry a pocket knife, but my wife likes things with a nautical theme. She has been after me for a year to buy this knife for myself. I finally went for it, and I'm glad I did. Well made, looks great. I may not carry it all the time, but it will be kept handy and displayed on our sailboat. We'll find some excuse to leave it out in the open.
  • High value in high quality craftsmanship

    K.W. Tucker, 8/17/2016 I purchased the 3" version of this anchor knife because I wanted a fine quality nautical style sheepsfoot blade in a good-looking handle. I was not disappointed by the appearance or the quality. The handle is nicely polished and substantial in the hand with a rounded-off, squared section profile. The brass anchor inlay is well detailed and perfectly flush, unlike less expensive nautical knives. Equally, the fit and finish overall is superb, and I was very pleased to see the use of 12C27 stainless steel for the blade. This metal is known for both its excellent rust resistence and ability to take a fine edge. Note that the blade does not nave a nail nick or groove to assist in opening it, but it projects as much as 1/2" at its widest point when closed, making fairly easy to open even with its firm opening action. A really nice version of a nautical themed knife that is well worth the premium over others of its type.
  • Anchor knife

    Jeff, 7/9/2016 I am a sailor and though not always on my boat I like things nautical. This little knife is a constant reminder of where my heart is. It fits well in my pocket and is easy to keep an edge on.
  • Becoming more becoming

    Mark Faris, 2/29/2016 I carry this little (3-inch) beauty in a pocket of an old Willis&Geiger suede vest. I use it form all kinds of stuff, and sort of enjoy the comments it evokes when others are at hand, i.e. "Cool blade," "lemme see that," "where can I get one?" Etc. it's a comforting little presence, that puts a little extra steam in my step. The older it gets,the more I like it. The steam as well as the knife.
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