We offer standard, 3 day express, 2 day express, and overnight express shipping options for your convenience. If you place your order Monday - Friday by 2:00 PM EST using one of our express shipping options, your order will be processed and shipped the same day it is placed!
Over-the-top elegance and real-world effectivenessKeen 3 3/8" 3Cr13 stainless steel drop point bladeFast, satiny smooth assisted opening mechanismFloral/vine pattern comprises handle, blade spineStainless steel handle with burled elm inlaysConvenient pocket clip, liner lock, flipperClosed length: 4 5/8"
Kriegar's Cavalier Dusk Pocket Knife features over-the-top elegance fit for a prince, with a price that's easily within reach of a pauper. The distinctive folder is not merely covered with a magnificent floral pattern; the breathtaking three dimensional lines and swirls of its classic vine motif actually comprise the very skeleton of the handle and blade spine! Even the liner and liner lock are delicately fashioned into a unique wave pattern. But the Cavalier doesn't let beauty and frills get in the way of rock solid construction and real-world effectiveness. On the contrary, the 3 3/8" embellished drop point blade is forged from tough, corrosion resistant 3Cr13 stainless steel and boasts an edge that's carefully honed to razor sharp. The keen blade deploys in the blink of an eye, thanks to the satiny smooth assisted opening mechanism, which is easily dispatched with just a nudge of the handy flipper. Equally striking and delightfully textured, the handle is also crafted from resilient stainless steel. Stately burled elm inlays on each side add an ideal finishing touch, with its mesmerizing whirls, subtle grain and handsome tawny hue. Glittering brass pins beautifully offset the blade and handle steel's dusky matte black finish, which evokes charming antique wrought iron. A discreet pocket clip makes this unique folder easy to carry, but with all its graceful allure and sumptuous splendor, the Cavalier Dusk is equally perfect for display - in a fine knife collection or on its own. It especially looks great when accompanied by its sister folders, the iridescent cobalt "Cavalier Blue" and the shimmering golden "Cavalier Gold" (both sold separately). Regardless of how you choose to enjoy it, Kriegar's Cavalier Dusk Assisted Opening Pocket Knife is sure to turn heads everywhere you brandish it!
Bushmaster Cobra Strike Tactical Knife Set - 2-Piece: Assisted Opening Pocket Knife / Folder, Sawback Barong Machete - Black Anodized Stainless Steel - Nylon Sheath - Outdoors Combat Survival
2020 Kissing Crane Halloween Trapper Pocket Knife - Stainless Steel Blades, Bone Handle Scales, Nickel Silver Bolsters
Kissing Crane Texas Independence Trapper Pocket Knife
Contender Guillotine Advanced Ball Bearing Pocket Knife - D2 Tool Steel Blade, Aluminum Handle, Pocket Clip - Closed Length 5”
Contender Crosswind Advanced Ball Bearing Pocket Knife - 3Cr13 Stainless Steel Blade, Olive Drab Aluminum Handle, Pocket Clip - Closed Length 5”
Kershaw Culpepper Pocket Knife - 7Cr17MoV Stainless Steel Blade, G10 Handle Scales, Slip Joint, Manual Opening
Zero Tolerance Galyean Pocket Knife - CPM 20CV Steel Blade, G10 Handle Scales, Manual Ball Bearing Opening - Closed 5”
Customers who bought this item also bought:
We won't be able to ship this item until we receive more stock. But don't worry, we've found a similar item that's ready to ship now.
Write A Review
This folding knife has considerable eye appeal by way of a very different appearance concept. Under the classical touch is a handsome, fully capable, robust and appealing pocket knife, Check it out.
I'm pleased to report that the pictures are good representations of the knife. The low profile clasp works nicely on my pocket. I could tell from the pic that the clip would not work for a belt, but I much prefer the ability to both handle and pocket the knife more comfortably. Opens smoothly, liner locks in place well, and there's very little lateral wiggle and no other unwanted motion. The fit and finish is fairly good; all the parts look good, and my only gripe is that the scales are slightly 'proud' near the opening on the side opposite the pocket clip. As for 'razor sharp', well it thins the hair on my arm rather than leaving a bald patch. The grind of the bevel is pretty nice, just not superb, and there's a flattened spot about 1/4" from the tip. For $8-12 (depending on the sale) it's great for a larger pocket knife, with a little... classical flair.