The Santa Fe Stoneworks 3″ Damascus Steel Knife is an heirloom quality blade with a handle made from richly marbled Ironwood, with twin turquoise accents.

Arizona Ironwood is native to the Southwestern part of the United States and the Sonoran Desert. It has the distinction of being one of the hardest, densest woods in the world – which is why early settlers used it for their wagon wheels.

The Damascus steel blade is made in Japan with a core of VG-10 steel with 16 layers of stainless steel sandwiched on each side. This allows it to maintain an exceedingly sharp edge whilst also being rust-free.

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