The Boker 110146 Mammut I was created as part of a special collection. Roughly four million years ago, large herds of mammoths inhabited parts of our prehistoric earth. It was about four thousand years ago these gigantic creatures became extinct. In recent times, fully preserved mammoths were discovered in the frozen fields of Siberia. Some challenging tests proved that the teeth of the mammoth provided a truly unique structure - an artistic appearance unlike anything else. The intricate handwork required and sheer age of these handle scales make for an extremely valuable collectors knife to add to your collection. This classic folder features a 440C stainless steel blade and sturdy lockback mechanism. Comes complete with a certificate of authenticity.
Blade length: 3 1⁄8 in.
Overall length: 6 7⁄8 in.
Weight: 4.3 oz.
This Boker knife isn’t just for cutting, it’s for leaving a mark. Limited lifetime warranty. A chestnut tree is the world famous trademark of the Boker knife manufactory in Solingen, Germany. It represents innovative, high quality, exceptional knives, manufactured with pride, by hand, for over 145 years.
Classic folder features a 440C stainless steel blade
Sturdy lockback mechanism
Comes complete with a certificate of authenticity