The Chris Reeve Small Sebenza 21 Gabon Ebony Inlay With Ladder Damascus Steel is a magnificent addition to the iconic Sebenza 21 line. Through continual innovation, Chris Reeve adds artistic flair and stylish details to each design, without ever compromising on practicality or durability.
The stuff of legends, Damascus refers to steel alloys that have been forged together to create wavy, artistic patterns. This 3 inch, drop point blade has unique, ladder-pattern, Damascus steel by Devin Thomas, a world-renowned master of Damascus steel. The rich Gabon Ebony inlays and gold accents elevate its status even more, giving the knife a high-contrast, exotic look, and due to the nature of organic material, no two inlays' variation is alike. Combined with the blasted titanium edges and satin-finished flats, this is truly a show-stopper!
Despite all these ornate details, this folding knife still comes with the standard integral framelock feature and tip-up pocket clip, ensuring safe, everyday carry. With a folded length of 4 inches and only 2.6 ounces, this compact, lightweight titanium knife is comfortable to carry, but the wood inlays offer enhanced grip, easy handling, and substantial feel. The small damascus sebenza comes with a brown leather slip case for protected pocket carry.
Starting in 1984, Chris Reeve set the standard for the industry. World-renowned for longevity, reliability, and craftsmanship, Chris Reeve Knives are a valuable addition to anyone's collection.
With such exquisite details, the Chris Reeve Small Sebenza 21 Gabon Ebony Inlay with Ladder Damascus Steel is sure to attract attention wherever you go! As an authorized dealer of Chris Reeve Knives, KnifeArt.com offers a large selection, same-day shipping, and hassle-free returns and exchanges.
MAKER: Chris Reeve Knives
BLADE SIZE: 3"
TOTAL SIZE: 7"
CLOSED SIZE: 4"
BLADE MATERIAL: Stainless Ladder Damascus Steel by Devin Thomas
FRAME: Blasted Titanium Edges - Satin Finished Flats with premium Gabon Ebony Wood Inlays
WEIGHT: 2.6 oz.
(Photo is representative of the natural handle material.)