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Home Products Living on the Edge: Logos of the Loveless Legend - Signed by Bob

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Living on the Edge: Logos of the Loveless Legend - Signed by Bob

by Loveless, R.W. (Bob)

SKU 1063386

Date Added 02/27/2023

# Available 1

Price $495.00


The result of my efforts is on the following pages which also trace the Loveless career from Claymont, Delaware in 1954 to the stacked leather washer handles of the Delaware Maids, and then, to the latest Riverside integrals of 1989. Illustrated by Jim Weyer. Square quarto, gilt-stamped green cloth, 128 pages plus a 32-page section of Japanese text. From front to back, this book is filled with beautiful, full-color photographs (many full-page size) of the works of one of the custom knife world's most accomplished artisans as Robert W. Loveless calls himself. Mainly, it is a study of the varied markings used on Loveless-made knives, reflecting his partnerships as well as the passage of time, from the early 1950s in Delaware to the modern creations from Riverside, California today. Signed by Bob Loveless on 7/22/94.

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Weight (oz) 24.5

Source Previously owned

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About the Maker

Loveless, R.W. (Bob)

Robert Waldorf Loveless (January 2, 1929 – September 2, 2010), a.k.a. Bob Loveless or RW Loveless, was an American knife maker who designed and popularized the hollowground drop point blade and the use of full tapered tangs and screw-type handle scale fasteners within the art of knifemaking. A hunting knife on the table of nearly any American knifemaker today will show the influence of knifemaker Bob Loveless. In the beginning he turned the knife industry on its ear, and made modern handmade knifemaking possible. He was at the beginning of everything: The Knifemaker’s Guild, drop point hunters, high quality steels, custom designs, How to Make Knives books, the Japanese Knifemakers Guild, the rise of Japanese cutlery manufacturers, utilizing handmade designs for American manufacturers. You name it and Loveless has had a hand in it. He is cited by other knifemakers and collectors as one of the most innovative custom knife makers in the world. Inducted into the Blade Magazine Cutlery Hall of Fame in 1985.

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