Knife Collecting

Knife collecting is an extremely rewarding experience for knife enthusiasts. There truly is a knife for everyone. Many increase or hold their value throughout the years, making collecting knives something to pass on to the next generation of knife collectors. Click here to get a FREE digital magazine about knife collecting from BLADE.

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WE Knife Marries Top-Notch Design with Superior Materials

In creating a superior knife two factors must mesh seamlessly — design and material. WE Knife has covered both bases again and again in nearly two decades of manufacturing. The knife maker has whipped up some pretty striking blades over the years, turning an eye to both function and ergonomics. And it has executed...

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Mac Gray & Co.’s Timeless Mako Folder

There is an enduring quality to Mac Gray & Co.’s designs. One has the idea that 100 years from now, the California company’s knives will continue be as stylish and eye-catching as they were the day they were purchased. It is certainly the case with Mac Gray’s Mako Folder. The flowing lines and seamless...

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Knives Unite the World

Many knife enthusiasts recognize Persian upswept blades when they see them, Scottish basket-hilt swords, Japanese tantos, French poniards and American bowies.

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Japanese Swords Remain Iconic

In the December 2015 issue of BLADE®, Leon Kapp penned the first part of a two-part series on historic, iconic Japenese swords. He concludes the series in the January 2016 issue.