Elegant Damask Pocket Knife Olive

The blade and the jaws are made of stainless 71 layers of Damascus steel, the blade is capable of 8CR13 MoV, also stainless. As Grip scales are made of noble olive wood. The blade is not locked. A highlight of this pocket knife is finely decorated spring, which continues on the back of the blade.

Price incl. 21% VAT: 76

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  • Product No: 9511

Damascus pocket knife olive wood

Handy, compact and elegant, this damask pocket knife.

  • Blade length 55 mm 

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