Model 1910 Natural White Bone


Warther Model 1910 with White Cattle Bone Handles and Hard Maple Case
Warther Model 1910 with White Cattle Bone Handles and Hard Maple Case
Warther Model 1910 with White Cattle Bone Handles and Hard Maple Case

David Warther Knives

Model 1910 Natural White Bone


Model 1910 with natural white cattle bone handles.

The blade and back spring are of 1095 high carbon tool steel with blade temper at 58 Rockwell-C.

Engine turned jeweled blade and liners. Pebble textured back spring interior, sides and fascia as well as blade kick run, thumb nail groove and full top cornice area. Bolsters of Nickel Silver.

Each blade is signature stamped "David Warther II" across the top of the blade in the Warther knife tradition. The base of the blade is stamped "Dover Ohio USA" on one side with the knife number on the opposing side. We do not accept requests for numbers - they are made and sold sequentially.

The Model 1910 comes with a hard maple wood box and with a gift box. Each knife arrives with a document signed by David telling of the history of the knife along with your knife number and information about the materials.

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Warther Model 1910 with White Cattle Bone Handles and Hard Maple Case
Warther Model 1910 with White Cattle Bone Handles and Hard Maple Case
White Bone on left, red ochre in middle, and Tyrian purple on right.
White Bone on left, red ochre in middle, and Tyrian purple on right.