After seeing hundreds of blades and knives at Shot Show this year, by unanimous vote, the Knife of the Year goes to Faneema Cutlery out of Chicago.
” Faneema Cutlery has the most unique Damascus patterns and their knives show great artisanship,” says Executive Producer Bill Rogers from American Outdoors. ” Their knives will be a welcomed addition to any collection and their Chef’s Knives and Kitchens sets are made for some real work,” adds Rogers.
The Knife of the Year goes to the beautiful handcrafted Faneema Damascus 10″ Bowie Knife with an antler handle (see images). , Damascus has a character all of its own that only a true craftsman could bring out. The antler handle has been carefully sourced and worked to make this a true piece of art. Faneema Cutlery takes orders of all sizes and prides themselves on their customer service. The award was based on the quality, craftsmanship, and beauty of their knives.
” We are honored to receive Knife of the Year and thank American Outdoors for this recognition,” says Janice and Ghulam Abbas in response to the award. ” We are a family business and have worked years developing our Damascus skills in particular. Receiving this honor represents a milestone for our company and inspires us to continue developing, designing, and offering unique knives for everyone, whether a collector or someone who just needs a sharp, durable knife for work.”
“ We congratulate the team at Faneema Cutlery for developing a beautiful and durable line-up of knives,” states Rogers. ” These are heirloom-quality knives that will be handed down from generation to generation.”
You can learn more about Faneema Cutlery on their website at www.FaneemaCutlery.com
Contact: Janice Abbas Faneema Cutlery (469) 388-7343 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Interview with Faneema Cutlery on American Outdoors:
Faneema Cutlery on American Outdoors https://vimeo.com/388283579
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