Cutlery Reconditioning Services
Why recondition your Ekco Arrowhead Knives, Sabatier, Carico and others? If you purchased your knives in the 1965 to 1987, depending on condition and the handle material, could be a sought-after collector item. Besides, they are the best cutting knives ever made.
Knives of this quality can no longer be replicated. Due to worldwide restrictions on cutting and importing exotic woods, your Norwegian Sablewood handles are no longer available. The metal for the blades came from a century’s old Japanese sword company – they are no longer in business. Last but not least, the master craftsmen who handmade your Ekco Arrowhead Cutlery are no longer alive.
Nevertheless, we can recondition and restore most VINTAGE Arrowhead Cutlery. This process includes:
Handles: rehydrating the handles with phenolics resins. Then complete the process with three separate buffing and polishing operations to make your Arrowhead Cutlery look as close to new as possible.
Blades: This process includes three separate buffing and polishing operations to remove minor scratches and finish with a high-polish mirror finish.
Sharpening: Blades are hand sharpened to a razor edge in a two to three different whetstone processes.