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William Evans
William Evans • 1 year ago

Fossil Steller's Sea Cow Bone & Blackwood by Steve Torok Folder Type: Gentlemen Large Linerlock Blade Length: 2 7/8 inches Overall Length: 7 13/16 inches Blade Steel: "Ladder" pattern Damascus High Carbon Steel Handle Material: Fossil Steller's Sea Cow Bone Bolster Material: Blackwood Thumb Knob Gemstone: Red Sapphire which has been graded IF (which is the highest grade given and means the gemstone is internally flawless and free of inclusions) Filework: On top of blade and li

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