Pocket Knives Made From Dinosaur Bones
INGear BY Sam Jordan
Think of the irony: a wooly mammoth comes charging out of the museum and right at you before you take him down with a swift slash to the Achilles via a pocketknife made from woolly mammoth teeth. Or, simply think of the cool fact that these knives from Santa Fe Stoneworks feature handles made from actual brontosaurus bones and mammoth teeth.
Santa Fe uses agatized bone marrow of these prehistoric beasts and carved that marrow into these hand-crafted, limited-run handles. No two are alike, and all are made by hand. The Blades are Japanese “sanmai Damascus,” featuring 16 layers of high-carbon stainless steel on each side. We would’ve loved a handle made from velociraptor claws as well, but we’re greedy like that. [Purchase]