When it comes to experience and longevity, Henckels has both. The company has been around for over 270 years! Based in Solingen, Germany, Henckels Cutlery makes more than knives. They also manufacture manicure tools, garlic presses, and hairdressing scissors. The Henckels "twin" symbol was registered in 1731, making it one of the world's oldest trademarks. Henckels has always been at the forefront of its industry. It was the first company to produce dishwasher-safe knives with molded propylene handles. It developed rust-resistant, acid-resistant stainless steel blades by combining carbon and stainless steel. Here at DavesKnifeWorld.com, you'll find the new Henckels Cutlery premium German pocketknives, as well as the Messermeister line of upscale German kitchen tools.
The Yellowhorse family of Native American silversmiths has created a long-standing tradition of handmade tribal works of art. For generations, they've dazzled the cutlery industry and the world with their skill and artistry. Brian Yellowhorse, son of David Yellowhorse, continues in his family's tradition of quality and makes inlays to buck knives. The most striking aspect of any Yellowhorse knife is, simply, its beauty. Take a look at our selection and see if you don't agree! Check out the 110 Coyote Valley, featuring a 3.75-inch mirror-polished clip blade of 420HC stainless steel and a handle inlaid with gorgeous blue-green turquoise and red jasper. This knife is limited to 100 pieces, and comes with a zipper storage pouch, Certificate of Authenticity with Brian Yellowhorse signatures and logo. Or consider the Brian Yellowhorse 2005 Wildlife Series - 1st Release, which features a zebra stone handle inlaid with turquoise and orange spiny oyster, as well as a nickel silver whitetail deer. This piece comes in a hardshell gift box with Brian Yellowhorse signature and logo, Navajo original artwork, and Certificate of Authenticity, and is limited to 500 pieces. Don't wait--order your limited-edition Yellowhorse knife while we still have them in stock!