If dropped can inflict serious bodily injury. This fine example of an L&IJ White No. 8 cleaver is a historic piece of cutlery from a bygone era and an heirloom you can be proud to show and pass down. Brothers Leonard and Ichabod Jewett White moved from Buffalo, New York, to Monroe, Michigan to start an edge tool shop in 1837.
By 1843, they were located in Black Rock, a Buffalo suburb. The company made a large assortment of edged tools, axes, and planes. In 1859, "Butchers' Cleavers and Knives" were included in a listing of the firm's products. An 1867 fire destroyed the factory.
The firm incorporated as L. The company showcased its products at the 1889 Paris Exhibition, 1902 Pan American Exposition, and the 1904 St. An early 20th century product list includes cleavers. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Flatware, Knives & Cutlery\Flatware Sets". The seller is "thehammer0_1" and is located in this country: US.This item can be shipped to United States.