Scrim by HutcH Studio Releases New Cigar Knives

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Scrim by HutcH Studio is known for its cigar cutters with handles made from exotic woods and other materials, as well as a selection with designs of movie characters, historic people and other subject. But today, the company’s newest product is a cigar knife.

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Rick Hutchings said that the knives are similar to the old XIKAR cigar knife, with the blade made of AUS 8 stainless steel and chisel ground to provide a flat cut against the back. As for the handle options, they are headlined by 10,000 year old mammoth ivory bark, pictured, which cis comes priced at $400.

It will also be offered in both ivory micarta and buffalo horn, each of which cost $300, as well as alternate ivory or Kirinite, which are priced at $250. Hutchings added that a bourbon barrel stave wood option is available  as well, which is priced at $125.

Top to bottom: ivory micarta, faux tortoise kirinite, buffalo horn, bourbon barrel wood, mammoth ivory bark.

The knives and the handle options are all ongoing production items and currently available to order.

Images courtesy of Scrim by HutcH Studio.

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