Levine, Bob – Williamsburg Period Knife & Fork Set“ LinerLock Folding


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Bob Levine Handmade Colonial Knife & Fork Set¦

This is Bob Levine’s handmade rendition of a 1750’s Colonial folding knife and fork set. It was fashioned from pictures of relics found in the area of Yorktown and Williamsburg, VA. The handle scale material is Sugar Maple and theœblades (knife and fork) D-2 Damascus. True to the period, this folding set is complete with a Leather Sheath. This is a whimsical, but fully functional Camp set or a nice reproduction piece for a collection.

  • Blades: Damascus D-2 tool steel by Gerome Weinand (Knife & Fork)
  • Handles: Sugar Maple¦ carved¦ Damascus bolsters¦ LinerLocks
  • Blade Edge Length: Knife: 3.00″¦ Fork 3.00
  • Closed/Handle Length: Knife: 4.62″¦ Fork 4.50
  • Overall/Open Length: Knife 8.12¦ Fork 7.87
  • Carry: Leather Sheath (By Schrap Custom Sheaths)¦ Weight: 11.36 oz. (knife & fork with sheath)
  • Circa: 2004
  • Maker: Robert Levine“ Custom Knives and Leatherwork“ Tullahoma, TN

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Weight 1 lbs


Levine, Bob - Tullahoma, TN

Mr. Levine started making knives in the mid-70s, sold his first knife in 1982 and has been a full-time maker since 1984. He is known for his hunters and LinerLock folders. Formerly of Anchorage, AK where he focused on hunters, he currently lives in Tennessee where he setup shop for his custom knives and leather-working business.