Early on, before civilization grew overly comfortable, many, if not most, professions required one to carry a strong and exceedingly sharp knife. One such profession was that of the seaman. For an able seaman, the knife was as important as the very air he breathed. He would use it for work, for settling arguments, for minor and major medical emergencies, and to pass the time. When you get down to it, things haven’t changed all that much.
Anchor Knife (No. 6421). Handcrafted of Solingen stainless steel in Germany by the exceptional artists at Otter-Messer. Fashioned with a 3-inch hoof blade, known for its enviable sharpness and cutting prowess. Finished with a striking rosewood handle with an inlaid brass anchor. 7” overall length. Made in Germany.