Custom knives

For those knives collectors out there who are serious about what they buy, custom knives are some of the most unique options out there, and some of the more expensive options too. If this is what you’re into, keep reading as we’ll go over several great looking custom knives.

D-Lock Folder #001

If price is no object for you, this is a pretty custom knife by Michael Walker with a satin finished blade, polished flats, and checker thumb tab. Only high quality was used for this knife. Rom the dovetailed and anodized titanium handle, to the fossil walrus ivory scales. It’s the first Michael Walker D-Lock, and has a price tag just under $22,000 (pre-owned).

Necromonger Auto

For those looking for something real unique, this may be the one. The blade has a fun swirly design, while the handle screams necromonger. The handle is made with Guilloche milled titanium, and has textured zirconium backspacer and inserts. The stainless steel blade has the Damascus style, oh and it has 3 Sapphires that are setting in 14kt gold bezels too, so Allen Elishewitz did not skip out. Sticker price, about $4,500.

Cherub Kickstop

This knife comes from Donna and Lee Williams, and it is a beautiful design. This is the first knife designed as a couple, and the blue lines on the handle resemble angle wings to us. The handle is made with satin finished flats, titanium frame, and orange peel finishes to top it off. The blade has a satin finish, with her name on one side, and his name on the other. This custom knife is going for around $3,100.