Salmon knife


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Salmon knife

Product no.: 552010W

""Kojamo - Salmon", the old and wise King of the rivers..
Salmon, the King of Finnish fish deserves its title not only for its strength, but also for its beauty. Kojamo, the large and dignified male salmon, has governed the realm of the deep rivers and streams for centuries. The salmon, which was also elected as the fish of Lapland is highly suitable for decorating one of the most outstanding Marttiini knives.

This knife is delivered in a wooden gift box.

159.00
Free shipping
for orders over 150€
Warranty
3
years
Free blade marking
on knives ordered online


Additional product information

Length of blade
11 cm
Total length
24 cm
Blade material
stainless steel
Handle material
heat treated curly birch, vaxed, bronze ferrules
Sheath material
leather, black
Packaging
wooden gift box.

Stainless chromium steel

Stainless chromium steel

The stainless steel used by Marttiini is easy to maintain as a blade material. A stainless steel blade remains sharp for long. Chromium makes up 13% of the steel mixture and the hardness of the mixture is 53-54 Rockwell units (HRC). A diamond sharpener is recommended for sharpening chromium steel.

Curly birch

Curly birch

The traditional material used for Finnish knife handles is curly birch. The material comes from the curly birch belt in Central Finland. The blaze-patterned curly birch is an excellent fit as a material for a knife handle, because it's durable and fair. This beautifully patterned curly birch is available on the market in limited amounts, which makes the price notably higher than regular birch.

Leather sheath

Leather sheath

The leather sheaths of Marttiini knives are made with either vegetable or chrome tanned oxhide. The leather hides are purchased from both Europe and South America. The sheaths are made with both dyed and natural colored leather.

The knife sheaths are still made mostly by hand. Each sheath has to be exactly the right size and shape, so it forms a fitting pair with the knife. A section of the leather is cut with a model iron, and the seams are attached with glue before sewing. Most sheaths have a plastic piece inside that supports the sheath and protects the blade.

The printing on the sheath is made on either the cut section or the finished sheath. Rivets, and in some cases a bronze collar, strengthen and adorn the sheath.

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