From ancient times, a man from an early age until his death tried to keep a knife presented to him. Women also carried knives with them on their belts. Archaeologists often find knives with blades grind off during excavations in tombs. This proves the fact that the knife was not only a tool of labor and defence, but also a sacred item, an object of power, a talisman and a guard.
A sturdy, reliable knife made of damask steel will become an assistant on a hunt or trip. The top and guard of the knife are cast from metal in the form of a predator, giving the knife strength and power. To create the hilt, the craftsmen used a walnut tree wood. The knife will serve the owner for many decades. The knife comes complete with a genuine leather case with an eye for attaching to the belt.
The knife is suitable for a person who is fond of hunting, fishing or traveling.