Product No. 4926-010-001
First introduced in Sheffield, England, crooked knives were sold by traders such as the Northwest Company as early as 1720. Used in carving items ranging from bowls and spoons to canoes and totem poles, these knives are one of the handiest tools ever invented. Many were originally made from old files, with the tang inserted into a carved wooden handle and secured with tightly wrapped wire or sinew, rivets or pins. Ours is specially produced for both the Indian and Buckskinner trade just like the old days, and features fancy, carved hardwood handle with pewter bolsters and brass pins. Overall length is 9".