BLADE Show

Hosted in Atlanta, Georgia in May or June every year, the BLADE Show truly is the World’s Largest Knife Show. It features the most diverse array of knives from manufacturers, knifemakers, collectors, dealers and purveyors, all under one roof. The BLADE Show plays host to the Blade Magazine Knife-Of-The-Year® Awards, the Blade Magazine Cutlery Hall of Fame© induction ceremony, seminars, demonstrations and much more.

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A Look Back At BLADE Magazine Cutlery Hall of Fame® History

Here's a look back a few of the many memorable moments during BLADE Magazine Cutlery Hall of Fame® inductions at the annual BLADE Show.
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3 New Reasons to Attend BLADE Show West 2019

Here's why you should attend the 2nd Annual BLADE Show West, Nov. 1-3 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland.
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Keeslar and Sornberger Join Cutlery Hall Of Fame®

Joe Keeslar and Jim Sornberger are the 2020 inductees to the Cutlery Hall Of Fame. This is the highest honor in the world of knives.
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Photos: 13 Knives that Debuted at BLADE Show 2018

The BLADE Show is the perfect place to spotlight a new release. Here are 13 knives that debuted at the 2018 event.

2011 Knife of the Year Award Winners

The Blade Magazine 2011 Knife Of The Year® Awards recognized the industry’s finest factory knives and are as follows: •Overall Knife Of The Year®: Zero Tolerance 0777; •American Made Knife Of The Year®: Spyderco Native 5...
People’s Choice Knife Of The Year®: Taylor Brands Schrade SCHF36 Frontier Knife.

2015 Knife of the Year® Awards Recognize Best in Blades

Atlanta, Georgia (June 6, 2015) – Awards recognizing the highest achievement in the custom and factory knife industries were bestowed the evening of Saturday, June 6, 2015, at the BLADE Show (www.bladeshow.com) in the...
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10 Tips for Proper Knife Show Etiquette

Ask Permission Always ask an exhibitor's permission before picking up a knife from his table. Nothing's worse than some ya-hoo barging up, grabbing a knife and launching into a spiel on how much he knows...
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