Great Eastern Cutlery prefers to be known for “MADE IN THE USA”.
This manufacturing company established in August of 2006 in Titusville, PA, has begun a renaissance in classic traditional pocket knives by recreating the old knife patterns as close to authentic as has been seen in 75 years.
They blend a mix of mostly manufacturing processes and a few contemporary machine operations to produce high quality classically designed pocket cutlery.
In just a few short years Great Eastern Cutlery has achieved a reputation for craftsmanship and dedication to tradition, and along the way they have become a successful American manufacturing company.
Most Great Eastern Cutlery employees have been with the company from the beginning, and are considered part of the Great Eastern family.
Over the years these members have become highly skilled in the performance of their craft, and rightfully so as they get a keen sense of accomplishment when they see a finished Great Eastern Cutlery pocket knife.
Typically, more than 200 individual processes are required, and only the finest materials are used to build a knife that will look, feel, and perform like an authentic American pocket knife from the late 19th and early 20th century, the golden age of pocket cutlery.
Presented is a favorite among Great Eastern Cutlery fans.
New in tube is the GEC Tidioute #933119 Ramfoot featuring a satin finished Sheepfoot blade in 1095 High Carbon Steel.
This stylish knife has gorgeous Oily Creek Bone handle scales.
The Tidioute Ramfoot has a closed length of 3 7/8".
Other features included: nickel silver bolsters, brass liners, and a Tidioute shield.
This select GEC Tidioute #933119 Ramfoot, in Oily Creek Bone, deserves a place in your GEC collection or in your pocket.
Buy this classic GEC Ramfoot now, you will be glad you did!
Construction: Slip Joint
Blade Steel: 1095 High Carbon Steel
Handle Material: Oily Creek Bone
Closed Length: 3 7/8”
Bolsters: Nickel Silver
Shield: Nickel Silver