Carl Schlieper Stahlwarenfabrik & Export was originally a trading company founded between 1754 and 1798 in Remscheid in Germany. Products included knives, tools and freehand razors. A branch of the company in Solingen was engaged in the production of knives including slipjoint, automatic knives, daggers, machetes, bowie, razors and kitchen knives. Over the years, various brands and 22 patents held by the company have been created and thousands of pieces sold worldwide. Carl Schlieper was liquidated for bankruptcy in 1993. The production of the brand was subsequently acquired by Freidrich Olbertz in Solingen.
Traditional pocket knife with micarta handle - knife made in Germany in the 90s.
Intended use: Collection
Blade: stainless steel
Production Lama Germany
Handle: nickel silver and micarta
Primary blade length: 70mm.
Total length: 173mm.
Closure: Back Lock
|Country of production||Germany|
|Blade Tip||Clip point|
|Blade thickness||2,5 mm|
|Blade Finish||None (Satin / Stonewashed)|
|Locking Type||Back Lock|
|Materials and Finishes||7|