Knife composition "Challenge of a rival"

November 20, 2017

Composition produced by traditional methods of metalwork and decoration:

Polishing, engraving, mammoth ivory carving.

Blade of Bohler N695 steel. Very deep and detailed hand engraving of two battling lions and trees of savannah.

Handle is from the tusk of a mammoth. In the center of the handle is a three-dimensional carving in the form of a lioness lying on a tree. On both sides of guard and the pommel witch are from titanium, are engraved plants of savannah.

The knife is placed on a wooden pedestal with decorative elements from the mammoth tusk.

Handmade luxury wooden box and two pairs of demonstrative gloves are in the set.

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