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 Handicraft knife: Blade SC. 
 Shafts: birch vril, buffalo horn, 
 tin, birch bark
 Cases: Birch vril, embossed
 patch leather.

 Blade Hardened carbon steel SC, 
 flamb birch,  buffalo horn and birch bones  
 Cases: Hand-patterned leather with the 
 motif of the owner's signature


 Blade SC, Shafts: Buffalo horn,
 alder vril, birch bark, tin
 Cases: Hand embossed rough
Blade SC: Hardened carbon steel. 
Shaft: lake soaked oak, silver posts 
and moose. Case: Valk leather with 
hand coining of the dog Tyra
 Blade: SC. Shafts: Buffalo horn,
 backthorn, ebony, silver
 Cases: Hand embossed rough
 Hardened coal steel SC, toned 
 flame birch, elk horn, tin and 
 birch foxes 
Knife abrasion: Raw rim leather with 
hand embossing its own motif  "Niclas".

Surface treatment: Linear oil method 
and wax
Maintenance: Oxides on the blade 
are removed with chrome powder. 
Wood and horn parts are serviced 
with a little boiled linseed oil. Leather 
is serviced with leather wax.


Some simple rules: The knife is not stainless, which means that after use, the knife should be clean and dried dry before it is put back into the knife case. Let the back of the knife run along the inside. After a time of use, a gray surface on the knife forms an oxide that protects the knife. Black rust and red rust should be avoided, these oxides damage the knife. Use the fine eyebrow to tighten the knife.
Good luck with the knife.