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HK Item #MK432
Bear and Sons Cutlery - MADE IN THE USA
1-Blade Navajo Inlay Peanut Knives

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Navajo key chain  knife with inlay handle.

4 3/4" long when blade is open.

Navajo key chain  knife with inlay handle.

Open Length
4 3/4"
Closed Length
2 7/8"
1 blade
2 1/8 " (hollow ground blade)
Materials
High Carbon Stainless Steel Blade;
Nickel Silver Bolsters;
Brass liners;
Pakka wood between bolsters and inlay;
Block inlay
Hallmark
Stamped on blade:
EMI CUT.CO.
MADE IN USA
Stamped or inscribed on bolster: "NAVAJO"
Artists
Knives are made by Bear and Sons Cutlery of Jacksonville, Alabama;
Inlay work by Navajo lapidarists at the East Mountain Inlay Cutlery Company in Gallup, New Mexico in the late 1990s.

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Pakka wood is made by impregnating hardwood veneers with special resins and compressing them under heat and pressure to form a solid block. Pakka wood is strong, stable, durable and moisture resistant, characteristics that make it better than most natural woods for knife handles.

Block inlay is comprised of epoxy, dye, and crushed stone. Block is often more consistent in color, pattern and hardness than natural stone and is more suitable for applications such as inlay knife handles that may be subject to abrasion and moisture. The name of the inlay reflects what the block looks like, not what the inlay is made of.

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