ShowJade Damascus Steel 1095/15n20 Sloyd Knife Wood Carving Knife with Walnut
Overall Lenght 6.5" Weight Approx 3oz, Hand made in Pakistan Hammer Forged Damascus Steel 1095/15n20 High Quality Carbon MIX ,It will Last forever Perhaps the Only Knife you will every need, Full Tang Blade, Part of the Steel Blade That Extends into The Knife’s handle Ergonomic Design for Better Holding Finest Pure Walnut Wood Handle, Finest Feeling, ShowJade Brand Prodcuts,Best Quality
How we spot a Fake Damascus Blade ?
- The Blade can bend easily and the metal kind soft and light weight.
True Damascus Steel are folded in layers are so much harder to sand.or bends
- Fake The Pattern color are very light and close to each other.
True Damascus Steel Are hammer in layers, Each layer the color is a lot Darker over others layers, you can feel by touching it.
- Fake Damascus the lines from the pattern on the blade are not lining up, you will see the line from blade and the side not connects.
True Damascus are hammered folds each layer are whole pieces. you will see the lines from the patter go from the edge to the side of the blade are well connected and all pattern is matching from top or to side.
- Fake Damascus are easily spot by the patterns, you see any character or graphics its fake.
True Damascus Pattern are nature hammered folded in the blade, The Pattern cannot be manipulate by Hand. by add a little acid the True Damascus blade will weak one layer metal and show the differences layers. create the random patterns.
- Fake After light sanding it the Patter are gone. it will not bring back when you put the blade in acid. or it will show litter light colors differences.
True Damascus Pattern are always in there. After you process it in the acid the pattern will shows.
- The blade need chemical process it must be fake ?
No, no blade or any blade after hammered folded and still how some layer spacer in it. it will just Simply not work. after you hammered so many time the blade are become to one piece.spaces or edges will not make they attaches.
To show the layers or patterns for different steels, you do need the chemical process to weak one layer to show the difference