Woolly Mammoth Fossils Were Used to Create These Heirloom-Worthy Pocket Knives

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15,000-year-old woolly mammoth fossils discovered in the melting ice fields of Siberia were used to create these exceedingly beautiful new pocket knives from AIROWS-favorite Sante Fe Stoneworks.

Blending Sonoran turquoise veins with the polished fossils for unique, one-of-a-kind pieces, these are one part EDC excellence, one part art.

And even though they look, feel and sound like something that should be on display in a museum, they're priced to sell and meant to be used. When you have a 16-layer, rust-free, stainless steel Japanese blade, you better wield it.