CH Knives have been around for a while.
Their knives were always unique and original in the form and design, but always had high quality, fit and finish.
To tell you the truth, the reason I didn't posted about them before is I don't really like colorful and shiny knives, so early CH models didn't appeal to me that much, but I did appreciate their craftsmanship, shape and form design.
Now they have a new one, which is much better (in my opinion), than anything I've seen before.
The knife has darkened handle and the (before) shiny scull and gold/copper color accents, which makes it look great.
Of course, as on previous models, it features stonewashed S35VN blade, bearings in the pivot and steel insert in the frame.
Can be found here: https://goo.gl/TrTEQm