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The Cast Brass Knots

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The bowline on a bight knot is the most trusted loop knot, tied without using the ends of a line.

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Cast in solid brass with a matte black electroplated finish.

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The double fisherman knot is a secure bend used to join two lines under heavy load.

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Cast in solid brass with a matte black electroplated finish.

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The knife lanyard knot is a decorative diamond knot that keeps a blade from going overboard.

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Cast in solid brass with a matte black electroplated finish.

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The figure 8 knot is a sailor's stopper knot, with a strong hold and quick release.

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Cast in solid brass with a matte black electroplated finish.

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The Cast Brass Knots

A boon for any new mariner looking to learn the ropes, sailing knots are both handy and hard to keep straight. Our knot collection commemorates four techniques - bowline on a bight, double fisherman, knife lanyard, and figure 8 - by casting them in solid brass with a matte black finish.

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A boon for any new mariner looking to learn the ropes, sailing knots are both handy and hard to keep straight. Our knot collection commemorates four techniques - bowline on a bight, double fisherman, knife lanyard, and figure 8 - by casting them in solid brass with a matte black finish.

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A boon for any new mariner looking to learn the ropes, sailing knots are both handy and hard to keep straight. Our knot collection commemorates four techniques - bowline on a bight, double fisherman, knife lanyard, and figure 8 - by casting them in solid brass with a matte black finish. Equally useful as design-minded paperweights (that can't be untied) or a tasteful reminder of practical sailing methodology, these cast brass knots will hold down papers on your desk and recall halcyon days on the high seas.

Specs
  • Bowline on a Bight: 4.5" x 2" x 1.1"
  • Double Fisherman: 3.8" x 1.2" x 1"
  • Knife Lanyard: 4.2" x 1.5" x 1.4"
  • Figure 8: 4.6" x 1" x .5"
  • Up to 0.5 lbs of cast brass
  • Matte black electroplated finish
Materials
  • Cast in solid brass
Origin
  • Made in China
In the Field

New York, USA. Winter, 2018. Photo by Johnny Fogg.

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