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Boker African Thuya Damascus Pocket Lockback

Böker African Thuya Damascus Pocket Knife From Solingen, Germany — Hand Crafted With Precision and Stunning Artistry! Read More
Item #: E105
$199.95

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Since 1980, our commitment to customer service has not changed — Herrington proudly stands behind the quality and craftsmanship of our products, and we truly hope you enjoy each and every purchase. However, in the event you are not completely satisfied, we will be happy to offer you a prompt exchange or refund within 90 days, provided that returned items are in their original condition and packaging. We believe in working with our customers to ensure each purchase is a positive experience.

Renowned throughout the world, Böker has been creating precision knives since 1869. Located in Solingen, Germany (known as 'The City of Blades'), they continuously incorporate three fundamental principles into each Böker knife — forging high-grade steel into robust blades; precision construction of each component; and outstanding workmanship. In the painstaking tradition perfected over 2,000 years ago, Damascus steel blades are hand-forged to perfection in the talented hands of a master craftsman, whose keen eye and sharp skill give birth to blades of exquisite metallic artistry. Composed of steel hundreds of layers thick, each blade is as unique as a fingerprint. This particularly refined pocket knife boasts a stunning 'Ladder Damascus' locking blade, hand forged by American master craftsman Chad Nichols. Set within a striking African Thuya wood handle with complementary nickel silver bolsters, the finished effect is a rare, natural elegance you're sure to appreciate! Comes complete in a premium presentation box with a Damascus certificate. 2¼" blade; overall 4½" long; weighs 1.3 oz. Made in Germany.

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