Ironwood and Malachite Damascus Lockback Knife

In a century-old adobe ranch house in the shadow of the nearby Sangre de Cristo mountains, Bill and his team of artisans handcraft this damascus knife with handles made from natural Arizona ironwood and accented with malachite. Due to variations in natural materials, no two will be exactly alike. Each damascus lockback knife comes with certificate of authenticity and presentation box. Measures approximately 4 inches long with a 3 inch blade.
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