Damascus Steel Knife With Camel Bone Handle

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The damascus steel knife with camel bone handle is a great knife that works well for all sorts of tasks. Its design pattern is precise and it gives accurate slices of meat, vegetables, or bread.

The knife is made from Damascus steel, which is forged from a mixture of 1095 and 15n20 high carbon tool steels. The layered hard and soft steels create blade flexibility, toughness, and produce invisible serrations on the blade that aid cutting.


This handmade Damascus steel knife with camel bone handle has a lot to offer the outdoor enthusiast and adventurer. Its 4″ blade is crafted from a high carbon 1095 & 15N20 alloy which has been heat treated to an impressive 52-56 HRC on the Rockwell scale. The handle consists of camel bone with cherry wood bolster. It owes its sizable size to the hefty price tag and is sure to become the centerpiece of your next outdoor adventure.

A good damascus steel knife is a must have in any serious collectors tool box. Its high carbon content and advanced forging methods resulting in a blade that is tough to resist. Its impressive length combines with a surprisingly lightweight & comfortable design. You’ll wonder how you ever waited so long to get one. The best part? You’ll be proudly showing off your new tool to all of your friends. The true aficionados will be impressed that they are no longer the only ones with a shiny new knife on their belt.

Camel Bone Handle

Camel bone is a very beautiful and elegant material for a knife handle. They are often seen in collectors edition knives. The reason being they are very stable as compared to wood handles and are a great option for outdoor activities.

You will find a variety of camel bone knives in the market including some that are very affordable and some that are a bit more expensive. It is a very durable and hardy material, however it can be shattered easily so care should be taken when handling it.

Damascus is a type of steel that has a unique pattern on its surface and is typically made by forging multiple different alloys together to form a patterned, swirly pattern (similar to Wootz). It can also be referred to as Pattern Welded Steel.

Knives made from true Damascus steel are renowned for their extraordinary sharpness and hardness, which makes them perfect for cutting through tough food. They also hold their edge for a long time, making them a popular choice among chefs.

Damascus Steel Blade

A Damascus steel blade is a unique knife that has been forged using various layers of different metals. The layering process allows blacksmiths to produce intricate patterns on the blade, which makes it extremely desirable and collectible.

The combination of hard and soft metals creates a layered pattern that is attractive to look at, and tougher than other knife blades. It also provides the blade with flexibility and durability.

This handmade Damascus steel chef knife with camel bone handle is a beautiful and functional piece that you can use in your kitchen. It is made with 67 layers of premium high-carbon stainless steel, providing superior strength and durability.

It is a high-quality kitchen knife that is built for professional performance, and has a long blade length for a comfortable grip. It is a versatile knife that can be used for chopping, cutting, and dicing tasks. It is also rust and corrosion resistant, making it a durable addition to your knife collection.

Leather Sheath

A damascus knife is not only a beautiful addition to any collection but also an essential tool in the kitchen. This is because it offers a very sharp and durable blade, which makes it more suitable for cutting and carving meats.

Traditionally, damascus knives were made using a method of forging and welding different types of steel together before beating and manipulating the metal to create a pattern. In modern times, the technique has been modified to incorporate a folding and refolding process of a single type of steel.

This method produces a unique wavy surface pattern and micro serrations that create a sharp, durable and rust-resistant blade. However, it does require proper care and maintenance to ensure that the pattern remains as striking as it was originally forged.

Ken Onion

Ken Onion is an innovative knifemaker whose work has revolutionized the industry. Born in 1963, he hails from Kaneohe, Hawaii, and invented the SpeedSafe assisted opening mechanism for Kershaw Knives - earning him a position as Premier Knife Designer with them.

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