Collectors take note! This popular Case Tiny Trapper is finally in limited production with Damascus Blades! (only 1000 pieces made!) Order soon - We have only a few of these wonderful knives.
"The good is the latest rival of the best."
After three years of planning and development, Case has finally produced its Random Pattern Damascus Tiny Trapper Folder!
And it was worth the wait! The Damascus steel for these blades was produced by Devin Thomas, America's acknowledged master of Damascus steel. The Clip and Spey blades are made by forge welding 1094 and 15N20 (high carbon steel), folding and re-welding them many times until 100 to 150 layers are produced. Beautiful and distinctively-Damascus patterns on the blade are produced by acid etching after forging. Damascus blades got their name because the patterns on the steel resembled the patterns in the damask cloth also being made in Damascus. Just click on the picture for a larger view. (When you look at a Damascus blade under a microscope, you see tiny saw-tooth carbides, which allow the blade to cut - even when it feels dull to the touch!)
The Case Tiny Trapper is 2 3/8 inches closed. Great for even your dress pant pockets or small purse. Nickel silver bolsters and brass pins and liners make this a worry-free pocket piece!
These Case Damascus Tiny Trappers
will not last long!
Shown with Fossil Mammoth Ivory -Light with no etching. Included at no charge is personalisation - up to 7 letters. A Case and Sons Damascus Tiny Trapper is a rare find in itself - But to have on with personalized Fossil Ivory scales is a true collector's treat, and a superb addition to any collection. A great heirloom piece from one of America's finest cutlers.
As an additional option, we will scrimshaw an etching of a ship of your choice, your own boat (sail or power), or any other picture, on one side - Just email or snailmail us a picture.Please note: (1) Scrimshaw theme and personalisations not available on Dark Brown Mammoth Ivory. (2) These knives are honed to razor sharpness at the factory. Please handle with care.