On our other web site is a sgian dubh with a blade crafted out of a sniper plate from the trenches of World War One. The handle is walnut derived form a Lee Enfield rifle butt. It comes in a drawstring bag made from the historic red cloth from Hainsworhts Mill which for several centuries is the cloth used by the British Army and even today used by the Guards
Arkole horn pocket knives are now available - you can click on the image to see them.
2018 marks the Centenary of the Armistice. We have a variety of interesting items on our Armistice page
On Sheffield-gb.com along with our other Sheffield made knives is our tudor rose bowie made with grips of 15th century oak from a Yorkshire farmhouse
We have a number of one off knives crafted using grips from Ankole horn. It’s colouful horn from Africa and produces a range of subtle colours in knife handles. Click on the image above to go to our site which displays these Sheffield made knives.