Masterpiece of the damascene and goldsmiths
Unmistakable aesthetics and precision at a high level: This Damascus folder is forged by hand with great effort and consists of 11 layers made of two different types of steel. The twisting creates the unique Damascus pattern (torsion damask).
The structure of the exclusive folder is very well thought out and requires the greatest precision work from the master blacksmith. This work is carried out exclusively by trained goldsmiths who have the necessary sensitivity for handling the costly materials.
Experience and passion
Perfection in every detail
The creation of this exclusive folder does not allow any tolerances due to its unique construction. The individual parts adapt to a hundredth of a millimeter. Not only the blade of the exclusive folder but also the spring are made of hand-forged Damascus steel. Each exclusive folder receives its unique pattern and makes it a truly unique item.
The ingenious construction created by Nesmuk is hidden inside. With no gap and no rivets and screws visible from the outside, this Nesmuk folder cannot be compared with conventional folding knives.
It is a feast for the eyes to see no gaps and to feel no disturbing edges in the hand. A masterpiece of craftsmanship by Nesmuk’s blacksmiths. The individual parts are precisely matched to an accuracy of a hundredth of a millimeter.
The Nesmuk folders are supplied with sterling silver and real gemstones as standard. Particularly when processing lapis lazuli and other precious stones, the highest standards are demanded of the master smiths, which go beyond the skills of the goldsmiths. Finally, each Nesmuk folder receives its cut and the final hammer blows. Thus, every Nesmuk folder is a flatterer that is second to none.
The result of a long-term development of the solid Nesmuk handle is the unique ergonomics that guarantee fatigue-free cutting. Thus the handle has both aesthetics and practicality. When selecting woods, Nesmuk pays particular attention to hand-picked woods of exquisite quality and certified origin.
When the handles are made from wood that has grown naturally, each knife receives its unique look such as pattern, grain, color shades and bullet holes and is therefore each unique. Furthermore, the selection of handles is being expanded with Juma and Micarta, two high-tech plastics.