Case Classic Handle Slab Variations

The Case Classic program ushered in a plethora of cool handle covers.  You will find many different jigged bone patterns in numerous color variations, one-of-a-kind genuine Sambar deer stag, & other antler materials including beautiful exotic materials such as coral, genuine mother of pearl, ivory, abalone & more.

Below you will find some of the handle materials used in the Case Classic line of knives…


Rogers Bone:

Case Classic Rogers Bone

This picture is an examples of the Case Classic version of Rogers Jigged Bone.  The pictured scales are on a 1990 Case Bradford Marked 61050 Coke Bottle knife.  Rogers bone was originally used on older Case knives & the jig pattern looks somewhat similar.  The older stuff was obtained from the Rogers Manufacturing Company who at one time was the largest manufacturer of bone related products in the US .  Many collectors claim Case purchased & used it to meed demand when in-house handle scale production was disrupted or slow.


Genuine Mother Of Pearl: