BEST SAGA KNIVES by BOKER

BOKER 131280 Satin Saga Carving Knife, Black

BOKER 131280 Satin Saga Carving Knife, Black

BOKER 131280 Satin Saga Carving Knife, Black Extremely durable 440C stainless steel blade with satin finish and Ergonomically curved black G-10 handle. Edge holding capabilities and corrosion resistant. Blade length: 7 1/2 in. Overall length: 12 in. Weight: 5.3 oz....

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Boker Saga Bread Knife Satin

Boker Saga Bread Knife Satin

Boker Saga Bread Knife Satin Beautiful BOKER TREE BRAND Black G10 Synthetic Bread Knife Handcrafted in Solingen, Germany. This excellent breadknife comes with a Limited Lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty. The bread knife is 35.89 cm long(overall) and weighs...

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Boker Saga Chefs Knife Satin

Boker Saga Chefs Knife Satin

Beautiful BOKER SAGA TREE BRAND Black G10 Synthetic Chef's Knife Handcrafted in Germany, this handsome new chef's knife from Boker Saga comes with a Limited Lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty. It is 32.08 cm long(overall) and weighs approximately 7.2 ounces. The blade...

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About Boker Saga Knives

Böker traces its origin to the 17th century as a tool maker in Germany graduating to swords and blades by the 1800s. The company claims it was producing 2000 sabres a week by 1839 for use in various wars. By the 1860s the company had fractured with a branch of the family emigrating to North America and setting up plants in Canada, New York, and Mexico. The German and North American factories produced similar knives and used the “Tree Brand” trademark. This continued until World War II when the Solingen factory was destroyed and “Boker USA” took control of the trademark until the German factory was rebuilt in the 1950s. In the 1960s and 1970s the company changed hands several times, with the New York facility (Hermann Boker & Co) shutting down in 1983. In 1986, Boker reacquired the rights to the American brand and Boker USA was started in Denver, Colorado for US production.

Helle sells the Saga Siglar Knife based on the historical Viking utility knife design originally sold to help finance Ragnar Thorseth’s round the world voyage in 1983.