"W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Co., one of the world’s foremost manufacturers of premium, hand-crafted knives, today announces the launch of its new Tec X collection. Comprising 28 individual models, the Tec X from Case collection is an exciting evolution for the brand, as it brings a stylish and modern design to the company’s longstanding and storied family of knives. Continue reading "
"W.R. Case & Sons has announced the release of an all-new knife pattern for the fall season; the BackPocket (TB’546). At 4-5/8” in closed length, the BackPocket is made to tackle any job and represents one of the largest sized patterns to be introduced by Case in years. Continue reading "
"WRCase.com takes on a new look with enhanced features and better navigation. Continue reading "
...has been named the grand prize winner in W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company’s Making a Case for America Sweepstakes. His winning entry was chosen at random from among tens of thousands collected throughout the sweepstakes period which ended November 30, 2010.Continue reading "
"Most likely have never heard the phrase, “Gum Fuddy.” Those familiar with vintage pocket knives, however, recognize this nickname given to some special Case knives made during a pivotal time in American history. Continue reading "
"Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. Grants License to U.S. manufacturer W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company
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"Case takes “Knife Oscar” as first-time IWA exhibitor in Nuremburg, Germany
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"Making a Case for America is a campaign being spearheaded by an American manufacturer of pocket knives; W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company. The program aims to reconnect Americans with small towns by advocating the “mom and pop” stores that carry their American made products. Case has just released a holiday radio special and a consumer sweepstakes in support of the program. Continue reading "
"Red Hill Cutlery, located at 1628 North Logsdon Parkway in Radcliff, Kentucky, will be hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony this Saturday, September 26, at 10:00 a.m. to celebrate the opening of its new Kentucky Museum of American Pocketknives. The ceremony will be part of a special “Celebrating American Made” event which begins at 9:00 a.m. The events are part of Case Cutlery’s Making a Case for America initiative, which promotes the local sale of products still made in the U.S.A. Continue reading "
The new Norfolk pattern (TB’22009), bears many features normally seen in Tony Bose’s own custom knives, but hand-crafted by Case artisans in much the same way as the original Sheffield masters. Continue reading "