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Pocket knives - NATURAL MATERIAL KNIFE HANDLES

Pocket knives

Natural materials are used for hunting and gentleman knife handles. As natural materials, the following materials are considered: stag, ram or ox horn, mother of pearl, and fossils such as mammoth ivory.

 

KNIFE HANDLE MADE OF STAG, RAM OR OX HORN

Stag, ram orox horn is a very appropriate choice for a hunting knife handle. Horn is absolutely natural material; each one has a unique appearance, color and texture. Stag is a tough, firm, durable, warm material, which has good wear resistance and a good grip. Stag handles are resistant to water and blood. Knives with stag handles look very classic and elegant and coincide with a long hunting tradition. Most commonly, they are used in combination with leather sheaths. The German Knife Company Puma and Puma IP offer a very large spectrum of knives with stag handles, all types with fixed and also foldable blades. Style kitchen Lion Steel steak knives have horn handles and also Viper Plus sommelier knives.

 

KNIFE HANDLE MADE OF MAMMOTH IVORY

Mammoth ivory fossil is a unique, very special material, which represents part of earth history. This noble material is used for knife handles of Viper Slim Damascus Mammoth ivory knives made by Italian knife producer Viper.

 

KNIFE HANDLE MADE OF MOTHER OF PEARL

Mother of pearl is a material with a special appearance and unique luster. It is used for knife handle manufacturing in Lion Steel Opera Damascus in Al Mar knives.

 

LEATHER KNIFE HANDLE

Leather handles are used almost exclusively for hunting knives. Normally those handles are made of some other stiff material for the core and then surrounded with leather. French knife company Wild Steer uses leather for hunting knife handles.

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