The teardrop or “teardrop jack” has been around a very long time, going back to at least 1886 catalogs. There have been many manufacturers over the years, and W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Co. carried a model several years ago.

Re-introduced as the newest Case pattern in 2014, as a collaboration with award winning custom knife maker, Tony Bose. The current Case Teardrop pattern was inspired by the custom knife Bose built for the movie, “Lincoln”.

Characterized by the teardrop shape of the handle, a rounded wider back-end followed by a curved narrowing to the front-end. There can be dual or single bolsters, and Case offers the pattern as one- and two-blade versions.

This is a knife with a tremendous history and longevity among pocket knives.

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  • WR Case and Sons Cutlery Company XX Caribbean Blue Sawcut Jigged Genuine Bone Tear Drop 25599

    Case Caribbean Blue Tear Drop


    W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Co. XX Caribbean Blue Sawcut Bone 3 ½” Tear Drop TB61208W SS

    • Tru-Sharp™ Surgical Steel Blades
    • Sawcut Jig Bone Handle
    • Beautiful Caribbean Blue Color
    • XX, Made in USA
    • Nickel Silver Bolsters
    • Wharncliffe Blade
    • Closed Length: 3 ½”
    • Tony Bose Classic Tear Drop Design