Santa Fe Stoneworks

Damascus Steel is characterized by it’s strength, edge holding ability, and it’s dramatic appearance. The Damascus Steel used in our knives comes from Japan and is called “Sanmai Damascus” or Sandwich Damascus. There is a core of vg-10 steel with 16 layers of stainless steel on each side to produce a rust free Damascus look blade.

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  • The Jewelry Series product line is what Santa Fe Stoneworks is most known for. We feature Turquoise from the Southwest, Malachite from the Congo, Azurite from Arizona, Lapis from Afghanistan, Apache Gold from Arizona & Oregon. We accent them with Mother-of-Pearl & Coral from the Philippines and Jet or Black Amber from the Southwest." href="http://twomoonsgallery.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/DJS39HM-Hammered-Damascus-Santoku-7-Knife-610x508-300x249.jpg" />

    7" Santoku Knife Damascus

    The Jewelry Series product line is what Santa Fe Stoneworks is most known for. We feature Turquoise from the Southwest, Malachite from the Congo, Azurite from Arizona, Lapis from Afghanistan, Apache Gold from Arizona & Oregon. We accent them with Mother-of-Pearl & Coral from the Philippines and Jet or Black Amber from the Southwest.

  • The Jewelry Series product line is what Santa Fe Stoneworks is most known for. We feature Turquoise from the Southwest, Malachite from the Congo, Azurite from Arizona, Lapis from Afghanistan, Apache Gold from Arizona & Oregon. We accent them with Mother-of-Pearl & Coral from the Philippines and Jet or Black Amber from the Southwest.

    Functional, beautiful and of the highest quality.

  • Damascus Arizona Ironwood 4″ Liner Lock Knife with Clip

    Arizona Ironwood, also known as Desert Ironwood, is native to Southwestern US and Sonoran Desert. It is one of the hardest and densest woods in the world. Native Americans have used this wood for centuries. Settlers used it for their wagon wheels!

    It’s colors are said to depict the Southwest desert sunsets with dark rich tones sometimes splashes of reddish, yellowish and even purple hues. It is so dense….it does not float!!”
    Shown in Coral also available in Malachite and Turquoise

  • Dinosaur Bone Damascus 3″ Lockback

    Dinosaur bone is a rare and wondrous gemstone. It was created by mud and sand coating the bones shortly after death thus petrifying it and bringing the bone marrow in the cells cavities into a colorful visual gemstone. It’s offered on “Limited Pieces” only. It is found in Shianrump of the Chinle formation in the four-corners area of northwest New Mexico and Utah.

  • Woolly Mammoth Tooth 3″ Lockback Knife

    Of all the animals that lived during the last Ice Age, the Woolly Mammoth is one of the best known. The material in our knife handle is actually a section of a tooth from a Woolly Mammoth – one that lived around 15,000 years ago.

    There is a limited supply of the tooth which comes from Siberia.

  • Woolly Mammoth Tooth 4″ Linerlock Knife

    Of all the animals that lived during the last Ice Age, the Woolly Mammoth is one of the best known. The material in our knife handle is actually a section of a tooth from a Woolly Mammoth – one that lived around 15,000 years ago.

    There is a limited supply of the tooth which comes from Siberia.

  • Damascus Collection Vein Turquoise 3″ Lockback Knife

    The power of water, wind and time have worked it’s magic at the Nacozari Mine in Sonora, Mexico, just south of Bisbee, Arizona. These forces have created beautiful Vein Turquoise, which runs like a river sandwiched between canyon walls. The host rock, or boulder, offers a wonderful contrast to the Vein Turquoise that it surrounds.