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Thread: Ken Erickson Knives: A Retrospective

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    Also inspired by a specific old knife, this 'Rat has Erickson Jigged and Dyed bone handles. The last pic is the Remington (RIP) that lent its DNA!



    This one is simply gorgeous!!!
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    Hey Peregrin - I've got one very similar: 3.125" closed and wht. micarta. The micarta is almost as yellow as the pic, which is fine by me. A regular edc!!
    I'm looking forward to more Ericksons in the stable too.

    Mike
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    Whoo boy ! Another opportunity to show off two of my prized possessions.

    I don't know all of the details on the trapper ( paper micarta, Ken ? ), but check out the sunk joints !

    And....a swayback with ivory.

    Thanks for starting this thread Elliott, it was overdue.

    Fran





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    Nice pair of knives, Fran!! Definitely worthy of showing off!!
    Sunk joints are the pocket ultimate!!
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    Here's my three. Sorry Ken, I will work on the photography skills!


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    I'll add...





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    Two more



    Available >> Tony Bose / NKCA swaybacks :
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    Here's mine.

    "The knife is the universal means of resolving all knots."

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    Ebony Jack & Ivory Pen



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    Thanks for taking the time to post your contributions to this thread, folks. Some stunning examples have been displayed and I'm hopeful that there will be even more to come.
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    It's about time

    Ken's folders are the epitomy of the word "traditional". You can tell that he pays close attention to how the old knives are made and he doesn't try to put a personal spin on them that detracts from form or function. I'm a big fan.

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    I'm a fan of that Dog-Leg in ivory, what lines and that spear blade

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    Whoa Momma!! Sensory overload!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecutter View Post
    PLEASE!!!!!! no more pics!!!!!! it hurts..... too much.
    NO!! You've been a BAD boy! You stay down there for some more punishment!!!



    I was lucky to grab the 1st Whittler that Ken made. I'm sure you all remember the step by step tutelage thread that Ken started.






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    Here is another little pocket jewel I got from the "for sale" forum.
    Brown micarta scales on this 3 1/8" beauty!




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    I remember that whittler well knowtracks! A nice hefty Wharncliffe with beautiful jigged bone.
    Here's one that's in the mail - Ken's photos!!
    I just could not wait to show it off here! Something a little different!


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    STOP IT SOME MORE!!!!

    Mike

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    I don't know if I will ever be able to afford a custom traditional but if I ever do it will say Ken Erickson on it! That cattleknife is a killer!!

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    Dave, that whittler is extraordinary !

    Charlie, well.....i just don't know what to say about you.

    Fran

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    Quote Originally Posted by waynorth View Post
    Here's one that's in the mail - Ken's photos!!
    You just had to rub it in, didn't you! I happened to go to his thread just a couple minutes after it posted, and couldn't believe it hadn't sold yet. Thought about it real hard, but just didn't have the funds. Oh well, some day . . .
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