• "History You Can Hold" - SENTINEL KNIFE - Thomas Jefferson Millennium Tree

    Thomas Jefferson

  • $475.00

  • Description

    "History You Can Hold" - SENTINEL KNIFE - Thomas Jefferson Millennium Tree

    History Salvaged has partnered with Palmetto Blades of South Carolina to create a unique offering of custom handcrafted knives featuring an assortment of Historic Witness Wood®. Complementing the History Salvaged commitment to “Keep History Alive”, the partnership expands our product line by offering what Palmetto describes as “History You Can Hold”.

    Palmetto Blades has selected one of its most popular style knives, The Sentinel to kick off the project.

    Each custom knife in this collection will begin with Palmetto’s one of a kind custom Damascus blade, The Sentinel, measures 6” overall length with a 2” saber ground edge. The handle construction will offer and an option of an assortment Historic Witness Wood® from History Salvaged to create the perfect, historic pocketknife. All knives are handmade by Ricky Simpson and his staff at Palmetto Blades in Due West, SC and come with a custom, hand-tooled leather sheath made in house by Jennifer Simpson.

    Please Note: Current lead-time on a knife is 60-90 days upon placement of an order and prices vary based on the Rarity of the Historic Witness Wood®.

    The Sentinel Knife

    Specifications:

    • Overall Length: 6 Inches
    • Blade Length:  2 Inches
    • Blade Thickness: .1875 Inch
    • Blade Steel: Palmetto Custom Damascus 
    • Made in the USA

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    Thomas Jefferson Monticello

    Our Thomas Jefferson knives are created from Witness Wood® acquired by local Virginia artisans from the home of our 3st President: Monticello. The Witness Wood® used in the Thomas Jefferson knife is tulip poplar from a tree that was felled on the estate in 2008 and believed to have been planted by our 3rd President.

    Thomas Jefferson - author of the Declaration of Independence and the Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom, third President of the United States, and founder of the University of Virginia - voiced the aspirations of a new America as no other individual of his era. As a public official, historian, philosopher, and plantation owner, he served his country for over five decades.

    In 1769, Jefferson began building his house on the plantation that he inherited from his father, Peter Jefferson and although still incomplete in the 1780s, it impressed European visitors with the sophistication of its design. By 1809, Jefferson finished the rebuilding of Monticello begun in 1796. He transformed the original eight-room
    Palladian villa, with its tall two-story portico, into a 21-room house designed in the
    fashionable Neoclassical style he saw in France.

    Jefferson, an avid horticulturist, also created the gardens at Monticello, which were a botanic showpiece, a source of food, and an experimental laboratory of ornamental and useful plants from around the world. He experimented with plant species brought over from Europe and was particularly interested in developing vineyards.

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      • All Knives are handcrafted and are made in America.

      • Each is individually hand made and each varies in look and feel.

      • All History Salvaged product is guaranteed authentic and made utilizing the wood describe and in conjunction with our partner clients.

      • All History Salvaged products arrive in Eco-Friendly packaging.

      • EacKnife comes with custom handmade leather sheath and COA guaranteeing the Authenticity of the Witness Wood®.

     

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