Boker 111009 Solingen – Mammut II


Over the impressive period of 4 million years, huge flocks of mammoths lived on large parts of the Earth. Approximately 4000 years ago, the last remaining populations of these majestic animals disappeared. The mammoth was a favored prey of the early humans. Again and again, almost entirely preserved specimens of mammoths are found in the Siberian plains, which are in perfect condition due to constant sub-zero temperatures. Parts of a mammoth molar were chosen as handle material for this pristine collector’s knife.

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The unique structure of these teeth and the extreme hardness provide an exceptional exclusivity in serial knife manufacturing. Comes with certificate of authenticity. Overall length: 11,4 cm Blade length: 5,5 cm Weight: 40 g Blade material: 4034 Handle material: Mammutzahn