Weapons - Swords, Axes Knives etc. / damascus steel knives
Damascus, Damascene or Damasteel – these are all names for Damascene blades. Damascus steel is composed of two or more types of steel that are folded again and again into one billet. The resulting material has the best qualities of the steels used and unique, unrepeatable patterns appear on its surface. We use highly carbonaceous hard steel in combination with soft steel with a low carbon concent to get the desired results. A blade from Damascene steel excells in its hardness and resistance to abrasion, as well as having unmatched beauty. We manufacture Wulflund’s Damascene blades ourselves in our proprietary Arma Epona smithy.
We use luxury materials for handles - silver, bronze, antlers, meteorite, mammoth bone, horns, local and exotic wood etc.
Catalog number: ASW57
Your Price: 550.00 €
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Reproduction of a Celtic sword or a dagger with anthropoid hilt, discovered in 1902 at North Grimston (Ryedale district, North Yorkshire, UK). The sword was found in the grave of a Celtic warrior, along with a shield, a second sword, and a joint of pork (Hull and East Riding Museum).
Overall length: 41 cm, blade: 30 cm. Damascus steel is made by our smithy - Arma Epona smithy.
Earnan - Irish name for "iron".
Catalog number: TOR258
Your Price: 59.00 €
With the practical Magnum Damascus Duke, you are sure to impress other knife fans! The 37-layer Damascus blade with its fine Damascus pattern and decoratively etched bolsters increase the value of the knife. The hand-picked root wood scales provide a very comfortable grip. Despite the elegant design, the Damascus Duke is a full-blown utility knife including lockback mechanism and lanyard hole. You will always be perfectly equipped in everyday life.