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Knives 2015: The World's Greatest Knife Book

Knives 2015: The World's Greatest Knife Book (Paperback)

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Synopsis

Stunning handmade knives in full-on color! Showcasing fine artistry isn't a difficult job. Unlike museum curators, the knife book editors, designers and publishers don't even need to display the items in a well-lit room. The pages of Knives 2015 come alive with the most utilitarian, artistic, unique and exquisite blades from around the world. The world's finest edges--whether everyday carry pieces, hunters, bowies, belt and boot knives, camp knives, flipper folders or highly embellished works of art--find a home in the 35th edition of the Knives annual book. And each is accompanied by complete specifications, descriptions and editorial comments. Add in a comprehensive Custom Knifemaker Directory, including email addresses, websites, phone numbers, specialties and technical information, and you can see why collectors and enthusiasts own every volume of this coveted book.

* Engrossing feature articles delve into frame-lock folders, blunt tips on tall ships, knives disguised as other items, survival knives, "A Sword for a Warrior King" and plenty more * World's most complete Custom Knifemaker Directory * The latest trends in handmade knives * State-of-the-art engraving, scrimshaw, jewel inlay, sculpting and carving More knives, articles, information, trend-setting innovations and state-of-the-art embellishments than any other book on the market!

Art, Fashion & PhotographyAntiques & collectablesMilitaria, arms & armour, weapons Publisher: F&W Publications Inc Publication Date: 12/09/2014 ISBN-13: 9781440240737  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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An avid knife enthusiast, Joe Kertzman is managing editor of BLADE Magazine. His other books include Art of the Knife and BLADE's Guide to Making Knives, 2nd Edition.

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