The silver stag is a classic style of knives, often associated with the Swiss Alps and the famous gold-and-liquor trade, and its popularity has soared in recent years.
But with interest in the knife falling as it is a bit of a risky investment, this knife is now being replaced by something a bit less extreme: a stainless steel stag knife.
“I’ve had people tell me, ‘I have a stag knife and I’d like to see what it would be like’,” said the 37-year-old owner of the UK-based company, Silverstein.
While Silverstein has not yet opened its stag knife to the public, it has opened the knife to people with a “good understanding of the knife’s history” who want to learn more about the knife.
The company has developed a tool that it says can help those who would like to learn about the history of the stag knife, which was invented in 1794 and was used in the 17th century to hunt deer.
The company is currently developing a video to accompany the product, which will show viewers how the stag knives history is told, and how they came to be, according to its website.
Silverstein is a relatively new company, but has a history of producing quality knives.
In 2014, Silversteins main competitor in the UK, Swiss knife maker Schick, said it would stop producing the popular Swiss-made stag knife because it was not a quality product.
Schick, which made a $2.5 million profit in the first half of this year, is also working on a “premium” stag knife with a curved blade, which it hopes to debut in the fall.
The firm’s main competitors include British firm Bodega and Swedish maker Schildbach, both of which have launched their own stag knives.