Flat switchable pocket knife. Stainless steel Damascus blade, 64 hammered layers with a sgps steel (Super Gold Powder Steel) edge. Quenched z20cr13 stainless steel locks, quenched and engraved z20cr13 stainless steel spring. Afghan lapis lazuli handle, polished and larded with a golden glitters inlays. Brass axle and larded nickel silver.
If a Japanese chef needs two different knives for cutting carrots, one for those from the North and another for from the South, it becomes easier to understand that each of us has the need to have in our kitchen, our pocket, our vanity case, and on our table his unique knives: like the lines on our palms. Japan is watermarked in the work and aesthetic created by Antzenberger’s magic fingers. Not only the possibly too obvious japan of Hatori Hanzo, but also, intertwined, rustled by poetry and life.,The ’In’ei raisan of Tanizaki, the sensuality of Hokusaï and the coalescence of Miyazaki.
A world apart is being created in his hands, and each of Evan Antzenberger’s knives reinforce its edge and increases its value and beauty.