Santa Fe Stoneworks Woolly Mammoth Tusk Linerlock | Damascus Steel

  • Made in New Mexico
  • Woolly Mammoth Tusk, Damascus Steel
  • Blade length 4"
  • Colors May Vary

Santa Fe Stoneworks sits in a century-old adobe ranch house located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. There, each piece is hand-made by artist Bill Wertel, who prides himself on "coaxing the Soul out of Stone, Wood and Steel". The blades and various tools created here are true works of art, a future heirlooms to be appreciated for years to come.

The Liner Lock features a locking mechanism for safety and is easily the most popular among folding knives.

Damascus Steel

Damascus Steel is characterized by it’s strength, edge holding ability, and it’s dramatic appearance. The Damascus Steel used in this knife comes from Japan and is called “Sanmai Damascus” or Sandwich Damascus. There is a core of vg-10 steel with 16 layers of stainless steel on each side to produce a rust free Damascus look blade.

Woolly Mammoth Tusk

The material in this knife handle is Woolly Mammoth Tusk. The undersides of Woolly Mammoth Tusks often show wear, suggesting that they were used in scraping snow and ice off of the ground cover of vegetation during feeding.

They also used their tusks for protection from predators, attraction during mating and as a display of dominance to other Woolly Mammoths. Santa Fe Stone Works proudly shows their respect by using this ancient material in their best tools and knives.

 



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