These Damascus Knives From Santa Fe Stoneworks Are Stunning And Functional (Also On Sale!)
Looking for a new pocket knife? Santa Fe Stoneworks can be found inside of a rustic century-old ranch house at the base of the southernmost Rockies in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Each knife uses asteroid-like chunks of turquoise and other materials to create living works of art that are also perfect for everyday carry.
Each knife is unique and heirloom-worthy. The ones below feature stunning Damascus-style blades that are both extremely durable and eye-catching. These Damascus blades are hammered from 16 layers of steel in the style of Persian swordsmiths from the 17th-century.
Here are some images of these stunning pocket knives for you to get a sense of just how eye-catching these heirloom-quality American-made knives are.
— Finger knife design
— Handle has a polished 15,000 y/o woolly mammoth tusk front, and a polished wood back
— Sonoran Turquoise inlay
— 16-Layer Damascus steel blade
— Extremely strong with excellent edge retention
— One of a kind design, no two knives are exactly the same
— Made in Santa Fe, NM
There are a bunch of different styles and options available from Santa Fe Stoneworks and they’re all on sale at the moment. I’ve included a few pictures below for you to choose from. You can shop ALL THE STYLES by hitting that link.
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