Knife blades of Damascus steel were already in Romans and Celts in use and arrived during the Middle Ages in the Arab world to the highest quality. Blade of Damascus steel were estimated even with the Germans and Vikings because a knife blade from Damascus by hardness and elasticity distinguished. A knife blade made of real Damascus is therefore cutting properties and unbreakable.
This beautiful knife blade made of real Damascus is perfect in order to produce even small cost an authentic Damask knife. So you can create an individual and unique piece that will meet in form and function to their own standards.
The short, wide Meserklinge Damascus is forged from two different types of steel: AISI 4340 is a tough quenched and tempered steel with a low carbon content, in addition to nickel and chromium and molybdenum and has a high toughness. 15N20 is a nickel-containing steel with good properties, which generates beautiful bright parts and good contrast when used in Damascus steel. Both together result beautifully flamed Damask drawings. The hardness of the blade is 58 to 60 HRC Rockwell.
The damask blade has the following dimensions:
total length 18 cm
cutting 8 cm
blade width 2.5 cm
blade back 4 mm