Deliver Service Online Tracking System Dhl,Ems,FedEx
1. We Need 1-2 Days To Prepare For Packaging And Shipping. According To Your Address We Will Use The DHL, EMS or FedEx, The Tracking Number Will Be Updated On Website Damascus Knives Shop Page In 1-2 Days After “Mark As Shipped”.
2. We Will Ship The Item To Your Address Showed On Website Damascus Knives Shop. If Your Address is P.O.BOX, Please Give Us our Physical Address and Phone Number.
3. We Don’t Have Responsibility On Custom Duty/Tax. The Custom Duty/Tax Is Not Included In The Item Price Or Shipping Fees. Please Check With Your Local Custom Officer How Much The Fees Before Purchasing. And These Fees Are Normally Collected By The Delivery Company, When You Pick Up The Package.
Why Should I Purchase From Damascus Knives Shop..?
We have been in business since 1996 and were one of the first online sellers of custom knives. Largest Selection Our knives are NEW directly from the Damascus Knives Shop. We offer the largest selection of new custom knives and all of them are listed with photographs and full specifications. We keep our knives perfectly new, we do not display our knives at knife shows so as to prevent the knives from getting a traveled, worn and handled look. Our knives are also not handled at a store front nor are our knives sent back and forth to a photographer. Fastest Delivery Worldwide We stock all of our items we sell and ship 95% of all orders the same business day. We use Dhl International shipping for guaranteed next day and two day delivery. You will be amazed how fast your item arrives. You can even Email Us anytime to place an order. Satisfaction Guarantee We guarantee that you will be satisfied with your knife purchase. If you are not satisfied, then return the item within 7 days of delivery in its original condition and packaging and we will refund the purchase price
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Also called Pattern Welded Steel, is a combination of two or more steels forge-welded to create a unique pattern by a folding technique. After a damascus blade is finished, the surface of the damascus steel is treated with acid or blued to reveal the grain pattern of the steel layering process. Creating damascus steel has become its own form of cutlery art.
The term Damascus Steel itself comes from the European Crusades who came in contact with these superior weapons at the trading city of Damascus. When the technology spread across Asia into India it was called Wootz. The Japanese surpassed all other regions with their refinement of lamination techniques. The Japanese have a rich vocabulary that developed along with the development of the manufacture of this steel, with up to 100 individual words for pattern welding. One such term is mokume, “wood eye metal”.