09/07

German navy sword, model 1923. This sword is reproduction of a historical WKC sword Model developed in 1923 for the German Navy Officers. It is made with historical tools and dies. Click here

05/07

WKC is now appointed official supplier of the Royal Logistic Corps in England. Click here to see the Royal Logistics Corps sword.

03/07 ISO certification: DIN ISO 9001:2000

WKC passes the re-audit and is fully certified for the production of ceremonial swords and uniform accessories, but also hunting- and outdoor knives as well as sports-weapons (Katana swords).

01/07

First WKC Katana TÜV approved worldwide. Click here to see the TÜV Katana.

07/06

WKC introduces a limited edition of a replica Imperial German Naval Dagger with sword knot and slings in a nice presentation box. This is a commemorative dagger to celebrate 50 years German Navy. Click here

05/06

WKC brings a new Katana, based on the forging technique of Makuri. The blade is made up of a soft steel inside (shingane) coated with a hard steel (kawagane) with higher percentage of carbon. The material is called tama-hagane. Click here

03/06 ISO certification: DIN ISO 9001:2000

WKC passes the re-audit and is fully certified for the production of ceremonial swords and uniform accessories, but also hunting- and outdoor knives as well as sports-weapons (Katana swords).

11/05 Wilkinson Sword Ltd. closure:

Wilkinson shuts down the sword factory in London November 2005. In December 2005 WKC acquires most machinery, tools, finished and unfinished parts of swords, daggers and knives. WKC is now in the position to produce most English sword models as per British MOD specifications using Wilkinson´s tools.