A 4" liner lock knife with clip featuring mammoth bone, crafted by Santa Fe Stoneworks in New Mexico.
As beautiful as it is practical, this heirloom quality tool is something that will be appreciated for years to come.
The material in these knives is durable, fossilized Woolly Mammoth Bone. Originating from Siberia, this material is over 10-15,000 years old.
Woolly Mammoth Bones were used as construction material for dwellings by both Neanderthals and modern Humans during the ice age. Bones were made into various tools, furniture and musical instruments. Large Bones, such as shoulder bones, were also used to cover dead human bodies when buried.
Steel is the traditional 11th year anniversary -- and nothing says durability and timelessness like Stainless.