These Badass Knives Are Crafted From Woolly Mammoth Tusks and Dinosaur Bones

It's like having a piece of the Ice Age in your pocket.
By Brandon Friederich ,

Photos: Santa Fe Stoneworks

If you're in the market for a handsome folding knife that distinguishes itself from the rest, there's a cool new line of blades that seeks inspiration from the bones of pre-historic beasts.

Santa Fe Stoneworks' Woolly Mammoth Tusk and (Dinosaur) Bone Knives not only sound totally badass, but they're now 15 percent off, which isn't too shabby. They're perfect for a last-minute Christmas gift, or just a unique present for yourself. 

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The no-frills design features a 3' blade forged from 16 layers Damascus steel that locks into place when open. 

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Sections of Woolly Mammoth bone or tusks decorated with turquoise inlays constitute one side of each handle. Opposing sides are carved from wood. 

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No two tusks are the same, meaning each is truly one of a kind.

Photo: Santa Fe Stoneworks

If giant prehistoric elephants are your thing, a dinosaur bone knife with an amber inlay is also available. 

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Prices start at $95. Purchase your very own piece of prehistory from Huckleberry now. 

h/t: Gear Patrol 

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