Canal Street Cutlery Serpentine Stockman

Over the course of time, every knife collects its share of stories. Some knives, however, have a story to tell right out of the box.

The scales on this Canal Street Cutlery 4″ Serpentine Stockman are reclaimed American Chestnut — a tree that all but vanished (due to blight) from the eastern United States over a century ago. This particular wood came from the framing of Hoover Barn, built just outside Hopkinsville, Kentucky around 1920.


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