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Wood Jewel Double Leuku

Lamnia

Description

Leuku 210mm + Carving knife 77mm

Specifications

Blade

Carbon steel

Handle

Curly Birch & Antler

Sheath

Leather

Guard / ferrule / bolster

Brass

Weight:

13.475 oz

Overall length:

13.39″

Blade length:

8.27″

Blade thickness:

0.13″

Country of origin:

Finland

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Double Leuku

Item #:

WJ23LL
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$100.02

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$10.74

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$110.75*

Total EUR:

€99.13

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Manufacturer

Wood Jewel products are designed by Kauko Raatiniemi in Kolari, a small town in Finnish Lapland. You can find the influence of Sami tradition in Kauko's work, especially his leuku and puukko knives.

Wood Jewel Double Leuku

Lamnia


$100.02 incl. VAT 0%

Manufacturer:

Item:

Double Leuku

Item #:

WJ23LL
Availability:
In stock
Add to cart!
Add to wishlist
Compare

SHIPPING ESTIMATE

Delivery method:

TOTAL PRICE

Price:

$100.02

Shipping:

$10.74

$11.71 remaining until FREE shipping!

Total USD:

$110.75*

Total EUR:

€99.13

* We charge you in Euro. Your bank will make a currency conversion, using one's own exchange rate. The final amount you pay might be different from the estimate shown above.

Why order from us?

FREE shipping
Speedy dispatch
Customer care
Secure shopping
Return right

Description

Leuku 210mm + Carving knife 77mm

Specifications

Blade

Carbon steel

Handle

Curly Birch & Antler

Sheath

Leather

Guard / ferrule / bolster

Brass

Weight:

13.475 oz

Overall length:

13.39″

Blade length:

8.27″

Blade thickness:

0.13″

Country of origin:

Finland

Manufacturer

Wood Jewel products are designed by Kauko Raatiniemi in Kolari, a small town in Finnish Lapland. You can find the influence of Sami tradition in Kauko's work, especially his leuku and puukko knives.