Rough Rider's RR917 Stoneworx Large Toothpick
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See also: Large (5 Inch) Toothpicks & Stoneworx Series


Currently Rough Rider offers five large toothpick knives.  In most cases, each of the five knives is unique unto itself with different styles of bolsters, blade etches and handle materials.  In every case, the large frame toothpicks are have been made as part of some other popular series of knives.  Despite every knife having unique features, they are all based on the same frame and same style 4 inch clip blade.  This frame and blade design is shared with SMKW’s Marbles Trademark line of large frame toothpicks. Schrade as well as Raging Bull Knives, (a small independent importer) apparently had their large frame toothpicks made on the same frame, as well.


RR917 Stoneworx Large Toothpick


Description:

The Large Stoneworx Toothpick was the first of the large toothpicks that I bought. The stones and channel inlay is flawless. The Stoneworx line is probably some of the best made of all Rough Rider Knives. The large toothpick is somewhat different than most of the other Stoneworx knives in that it has more turquoise featured than other synth stones. It is more common for the Bloody Basin Jasper to be the primary synth stone.

Specifications:

  • Pattern: Large Toothpick
  • Pattern Numbers: RR917
  • Length Closed :  5 inches,
  • Length Open : 9 inches
  • Blade Steel: 440A stainless
  • Blade:   4 inch clip
  • Blade Etch: N/A
  • Tang: Horseshoe
  • Handle: See below
  • Top Bolster: Scalloped, Triple Ringed Nickel Silver
  • Bottom Bolster: Triple Ringed Nickel Silver
  • Lining:  Brass.
  • Pins: Not visible.
  • Shield: N/A

Handle: Top to bottom synthetic turquoise/yellow jasper/ bloody basin jasper/genuine abolone/bloody basin jasper/ yellow jasper/turquoise -- nickel silver channel inlay

Packaging: Knife comes in the Stoneworx tray style cardboard box.