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These Ornate Pocket Knives Are Unbelievably Affordable

Santa Fe Stoneworks uses materials like turquoise and wooly mammoth tusk to make its pocket knives, but they cost less than $200.


When we think of collectible pocket knives, our minds often jump to gemstones and ornamental blade finishes. From there they then wander to price, conjuring up numbers with enough digits to call for commas in their writing. But our imaginations can be misleading — collectible knives, even those made with rare materials, can be affordable. Santa Fe Stoneworks uses Damascus steel, turquoise, coral and even wooly mammoth fossils in its gorgeous folding pocket knives, a handful of which are on sale at Huckberry for up to 30 percent off, which brings them down to the $150 range. That’s remarkably affordable, considering that these materials are thousands of years old, and and the knives are assembled by hand in New Mexico.

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