Hand-crafted and forged by master knife-maker, Kotoh Yoshimi, the Kotoh Higo Ebony and Ivory Friction Folder is made with same devotion to quality as a custom-made piece. It features a simple yet effective friction folding mechanism, holding steadily in place while you operate, and retracting with a firm press of the thumb. The blade is a D2 carbon steel, a special high chromium alloy that lends your knife exceptional durability and corrosion resistance. Its spear point is ideal for quick punctures and precision work, and it fits securely at the hilt into the classic ebony and ivory styled bobtail handle. Etched with the creator's name and fit into a sturdy leather sheath, this implement has a distinctive personal touch, fitting comfortably inside your pocket. Keep one of these handsome handicrafts close by, and take pride in owning a quality tool that was built to last.
Overall length: 135 mm
Blade length: 55 mm
Weight: 19 g
Made in Japan
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