Emerson Irish Knives 2023
We bring to you our annual offering of Special Edition, Lucky Irish St. Patrick’s Day Collection. Available while supplies last.
One of these knives is a handmade, full-custom knives crafted by Ernest Emerson himself. All of these other very special. That being said, they will be treated as such. We are going to be offering them to you via online auction.
Feeling Lucky? Not as lucky as when you put one of these fine Irish beauties in your pocket.
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We bring to you our annual offering of Special Edition, Lucky Irish St. Patrick’s Day Collection. Available while supplies last. Feeling Lucky? Not as lucky as when you put one of these fine Irish beauties in your pocket.
The Irish 6
I’ve pulled out all the stops on this one. In fact, it may even be called the “Ultimate Irish 6.” I’ll let you decide.
This stunning creation features a razor-sharp blade of Damasteel Damascus and beautiful, exotic, and unique green “Carbo-ti” scales which adorn the handle of this one-of-a-kind beauty. The liners are meticulously hand finished, polished, and anodized to a brilliant gold hue with a custom anodized “tank tread” backspacer.
The bolsters are satin-finished gold anodized titanium and perfectly complement the overall theme and look. It features a green anodized pivot bolt and screw and to finish it off it has a gorgeous green titanium shamrock certifying its proud Irish character and heritage. Being Irish, this one was tough for our family to let go of but I think you’ll be glad we did when it becomes yours to have and hold.
CUSTOM IRISH CREATIONS
The festival of St. Patricks Day on March 17th is celebrated the world over by both Irish and non-Irish alike. It has always been said that “everyone is Irish on St. Paddy’s Day.” In fact, due to historical upheavals and disasters over the centuries in Ireland, and the resulting emigrations, there are more Irish scattered about the world than in Ireland itself. I’m sure that’s another reason why St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated throughout the world in so many lands.
This year I’ve got some special goodies that any Lucky Leprechaun would surely love to add to his pot of treasure. I got some “Lucky Sevens” and some “Lucky Commanders “ in very special bog oak renditions.
Each knife I built, is hand finished in ancient Irish bog oak and adorned with a lucky Irish 5 pence coin inlayed into the handle. Each knife features hand-ground, hand-polished, and gold anodized titanium liners which create a beautiful combination of striking colors.
Irish bog oak is from oak forests that existed six to seven thousand years ago in Ireland where bog lands are now found today. Oak trees that were located near these bogs fell into these areas and were gradually buried in 12 to 20 feet of Irish peat where, without oxygen, in the presence of tannins, and the acidic environment of the bog, the wood never decayed and slowly transformed into the nearly black, dark earth colors that are seen on these rare and unique pieces of ancient wood. It is literally a piece of Irish history and not only does it look beautiful, it is imbued both with Irish personality and with a depth of color like the Irish peat earth that was its silent home for so many centuries.
Because these are so rare and in such a limited quantity I will be putting them up for auction which will end on March 16th, the day before the St. Patrick’s Day celebration.
My Grandmother and her family came from County Cork in the 1900’s. I know she would’ve loved all of our “Irish” Knives. I hope you like them as well.