Damascus knives are crafted in the style of the age-old technique used in the making of swords, characterized by distinctive patterns of banding and mottling reminiscent of flowing water.
These knives are made from several types of steel and iron slices welded together to form a billet. The billet is drawn out and folded until the desired number of layers are formed, with a minimum of 300 layers. Each piece is unique and unreproducible.
Yachana is a specie of reptile of the province of Rio Negro, comes from the Tehuelche word "place where the iron abounds". This asymmetric folding knife entirely constructed of damascus steel of complex patterns. These are from a formula called "explosive plume". The...
Criollo knife in damascus steel made of 3 different steels with 300 sheets. Handle in guayubira with details in ebano and guayacan. Blade: 145 x 36 x 4 mm Full length: 274 mm Precio Ar$ 4750
Criollo knife in damascus steel, feather pattern. Made of 3 different steels and 300 sheets. Black ebony and tusk handle. Blade: 165 x 38 x 5 mm Full lenght: 285 mm Follow us in facebook: Cuchillos Antigua Fragua
“The Bagual” I lost the count of the days and weeks devoted to this work. It is difficult to explain the process where a moment of inspiration, an image of your head, begins to transform into something material. And then try to transform that something...
Nordic knife with great presence. Made in special twisted damask, where the steel tension increases exponentially. Handle in selected Guayubira and facoquero tusk Blade: 150 x 33.5 x 4 mm Overall length: 272 mm
Criollo knife made in twisted damascus steel. The handle is a tusk with a few details like the word MALENA in damascus steel or the simbol of a argentinian rock band " Los Piojos".
Order finished! Folding damascus steel knife with piamontes system. Constructed entirely in 6mm damascus steel. The blade is like a japanese Tantō.
Damascus steel Jambiya. Arabian knife with ivory and damascus steel handle.
Sword cane for a french friend. Built in Guayacan with White deer horn details. In the handle has a Little bird called Vanneau in damascus Steel handmaded. The blade sword is in damascus twisted Steel. The mechanism are handmaded and also enterily in damascus.
Knife built in mosaic Damascus steel like his defense. African antilope and holy wood handle. The mosaics aren't made with presses and heavy machinery, they are forged to hammer and always are unique piece.
Damascus done with meteorite steel and handle of mamut bone.
This hunter knife is forged in one piece of damask steel, shows all the veins on one side and the other has a grip on the handle of mammoth ivory. The Damascus steel is 300 layers of 3 different steels.
Folding knife, Antigua Fragua, Registered.
Hunting dagger made in damascus steel. Its blade is 30cm long and 4cm wide. The handle is mammoth bone.
Folding knife entirely made of artisanal damuscus steel, even the mechanisms that give movement and make it the perfect pocket knife. Its 350 layers give an incredible sharp. It also have 10000 years green mammoth tooth.
Folding knife fully built in damascus steel, the scales are desert iron wood. It is 13 cm.
Knife of hunting style of one piece in damascus steel, with 300 layers and 3 different steels. The scale is Redwood Burl.(The knife is sold, remains in the page to illustrative objectives).
Multibar damascus bowie with 300 layers and 3 different steel the handle is bocote.
By FLORENCE FABRICANT Published: September 15, 2009 Gary L. Parker, left, is a management consultant in East Hampton, N.Y., with a sideline that is his passion: knives. He sells knives forged in Argentina, by an expert named Guillermo Mendoza. The finest are made with...
Multibar damascus bowie knife with handle of deer horn and antelope horn