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HOME PAGE For COLONIAL KNIFE® Incorporated in 1926 Manufacturing Knives and Tools in The U.S.A. For 93 years

I just got my returned knife in the mail.  I would like to say thank you.
 I have NEVER had a company been so helpful with their product.  While I did not expect a new knife (I would have been happy with my old one), you sent a replacement.
 To say I am speechless, is an understatement.  Thank you very, VERY much.
 In my opinion, you have a very excellent product in any metric you wish to use......quality, craftsmanship, customer service, warranty.
Thank you again.
Deepest appreciation, 
Robert Shaw

 February 1, 2019
Mr Paolantonio,
In return, I also hope this finds you well and your family also. I received my repaired knife in the mail today.
I am very pleased that it is in such beautiful condition and I will treasure it always. As much as I am pleased with the knife, I am even more pleased to have made your acquaintance.  It is very heartening to find that you and your family have maintained the integrity and customer service that you have rendered.  Thank you and I wish you continued success in all you do.
Leonard Nelson
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Colonial Knife Corp® 9 decades under the control and management of the Paolantonio family is the longest running knife company in the United States still operated and manged by the same family, Colonial Knife Company incorporated in 1926 by Antonio Paolantonio and his two brothers Domenic and Fredrick, 93 years and 4 generations later, the company continues the tradition of quality knife and tool manufacturing. 

Why purchase the Colonial Knifebrand? The primary purpose of a knife is to cut, crappy steel or exotic, makes no difference if not properly hardened. At Colonial Knife, we are methodical about blade hardness, our grandfathers understood the importance of hardening steel and how to achieve the proper Rockwell hardness, the measuring of the blade strength through hardening of the steel. Our standards require Colonial Knife to achieve 58-60 C hardness, over 60 C and the cutting edge is prone to chipping, under 58 C, and the blade won't hold it's edge. A proper blade Rockwell Hardness ensures the customer is receiving the very best in their knife.