Abalone Inlaid Pocket 3" w/ Damascus Body ~ Santa Fe Stoneworks

$ 129.99

It's hard to say what is more beautiful, the gorgeous double sided Abalone inlay, showing rich turquoise, deep blues, greens, pinks and silvers, or the Damascus Steel body and blade that entombs that treasure from the sea.  A fine craftsman with a keenly artful eye composed this pocket wonder for a man or woman.  

Damascus Steel is characterized by it’s strength, edge holding ability, and it’s dramatic appearance. The Damascus Steel used in our work 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. Uniquely, this lovely gift also utilizes the same Damascus Steel in its frame.

Santa Fe Stoneworks is a family run business, operating out of Santa Fe New Mexico.

Measures 3" Folded, 5.25" Open, .75" Wide
Abalone Inlaid Pocket 3" w/ Damascus Body and Blade would make a fabulous gift.

Each of the Santa Fe Stoneworks collectibles is an unique example of the cutler's art: the quintessential marriage of fine steels with fossilized Woolly Mammoth, with gemstones, shell, and intricate wood marquetry.  They are a family run business we are proud to work with!

Orders are charged to customer's credit cards at the time the order is placed.

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Nestled in a complimentary Gift Box

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Customer Reviews

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R.K.
Great Product and seller

Got this as a gift and it was so well received. A beautiful piece!

I'm very pleased to hear that Raquel!
I love this knife and am proud to offer it.
I hope to see you back on my site soon.
Warmly,
Andrea

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N.F.
Beautiful Santa Fe works pocket knife

The knife, of Damascus steel, is engraved on both sides with abalone shell inlay. The recipient was pleased.

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L.M.
Beautiful knife

The knife was gorgeous. Arrived as promised and on time. Saw it in Cowboys and Indians magazine. Great choice. Thank you!