Riedell just came out with their own line of blades called the "Eclipse" blades. They're designed and made in North America, fwiw.
The brochure is here: http://www.iskateriedell.com/brochure11/
There are four blade models in the product line:
Infinity - Freestyle; doubles through quads (8' rocker/straight cut rake) - $325 MSRP - Compare to Pattern 99.
Mist - Freestyle; singles through triples (7' rocker/cross cut rake) - $229 MSRP - Compare to Coronation Ace.
Volant - Freestyle; singles through doubles (7' rocker/straight cut rake) - $135 MSRP - Compare to Majestic.
Dance - Ice Dancing (7' rocker) - $235 MSRP - Compare to MK Dance.
0000OOOOoooo...the blades come with a polishing cloth to "maintain ultimate sheen."
I saw these at Nationals last month and they were very shiny and pretty.
Have no idea if the profiles match up to any existing Wilson or MK blades.
They're made from heat-tempered, high-carbon steel with high-polish plating above the business parts of the blade, chroming/chrome relief (?) on the parts that are supposed to touch the ice.
Most important detail (to me) was that they state quite clearly that the blades must be sharpened prior to first use.
Finally! Some honesty in retail.
EDIT: Added Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) and the existing blade comparisons.