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Model/Series Overview, Detail Photos (Many many images...)

Discussion in 'Olamic Cutlery' started by OlamicCutlery, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. OlamicCutlery

    OlamicCutlery Gold Member Gold Member

    Sep 6, 2011
    Our knives are semi-custom, meaning, very rarely are two exactly alike. However, we do have repeating designs or "series" within which we change handle materials, blade shape, Damascus pattern, etc. Some series are consistent, but many knives do not belong to any one series. Below is a general overview of past knives made and sold.

    The "Suna" Series - Damascus fittings on a hidden tang
    Black Micarta:

    Stabilized Karelian Birch

    Jade Green FR-4 w/ Double black/white spacers

    Carved Micarta, false edge on top

    The "Persian" Series - Full tang, 3.3mm spine, Persian style curvature
    Carbon Fiber:


    The "Birch" Series - Birch wood or Stacked Birch bark
    Birch inserts, Nickel silver fittings:

    All Birch, Nickel silver fittings:

    Classic drop, Bubinga inserts, Nickel silver fittings

    The "Shuya" Series - Classic Full Tang 4.4mm spine
    Corian w/ lanyard loop

    Polished Buffalo Horn

    Micarta w/ white liner

    The "Voykar" Series - Clip point full tang 4.4mm spine
    Carbon fiber, pitted Damascus look

    Cocobolo w/ plain pins, pitted Damascus look

    Others - these don't belong to a series, i.e. less than 10 produced ever
    Tactical style

    Tanto, white Corian

    Tanto, Wenge wood w/ Nickel silver spacers

    Wide blade Persian with Buffalo Horn

    Utility hunter with black Micarta

    Neolithic style dagger thing with Russian stag

    Some Misc. Detail Shots
    Nickel silver/Birch/Wenge/Stacked Birch bark

    Bubinga insert, twist Damascus

    Double chrome/blue spacer on the Suna

    Natural Birch

    Fancy pin on Carbon fiber

    Clip point w/ blood groove, pitted style Damascus on the Voykar

    Carbon fiber pattern mimics Damascus pattern on a Persian's spine

    And just to show off, we made this feather...
    Last edited: Jan 4, 2012
  2. crimsonfalcon07


    Dec 27, 2010

    That carbon fiber Voykar is RIGHT up my alley. That's simply gorgeous. How fine a grit do you take those handles to get a lustre like that? Very fine work.
  3. Ramiel


    Aug 5, 2011
    W O W! Those are gorgeous! I think my personal favorite at this point is the Stabilized Karelian Birch "Suna", it is fantastic!
  4. matt1987


    Nov 2, 2009
    Very unique and interesting knives. Welcome to Bladeforums!
  5. Ravaillac


    Feb 14, 2005
    What kind of damascus do you use?
    Is it stainless?
  6. OlamicCutlery

    OlamicCutlery Gold Member Gold Member

    Sep 6, 2011
    We use four types of Russian steel, it's a proprietary mix. The Damascus is High Carbon and NOT Stainless. The most important ingredient is Vanadium, a necessary impurity for causing impeccable carbide bonding.
  7. RevDevil

    RevDevil Super Evil Supermod Staff Member Super Mod

    Nov 9, 2009
    That Persian knife is beautiful. Very nice work.
  8. DarkForceObsidian


    Oct 2, 2010
    would love to have that feather. too bad i am fully broke. :(
  9. OlamicCutlery

    OlamicCutlery Gold Member Gold Member

    Sep 6, 2011
    That exact feather has sold, but we are making two more!
  10. type00rev


    Sep 29, 2008
    I'm interested in Persian, as pictured above. PM or email me with cost and ordering info please. Thanks.

  11. jellybiscuit


    Dec 4, 2011
    The branding on the sheath is keeping me from making a purchase.
  12. OlamicCutlery

    OlamicCutlery Gold Member Gold Member

    Sep 6, 2011
    Which knife are you interested in? I have sheaths that do not have our logo on them, so depending on which model you like, it may fit.
  13. Zemapeli


    Jan 26, 2013
    Wow. Beautiful blades.
  14. Lorien

    Lorien Moderator Moderator

    Dec 5, 2005
    very nice. I really like the neolithic dagger.
  15. mountaingreek


    May 22, 2013
    I would like a folder..but i can't find the site anymore..what can i do??
    I have saw one wonderful piece about 2000$..and it will be my last knive...i mean till sommer(lol)!!
  16. OlamicCutlery

    OlamicCutlery Gold Member Gold Member

    Sep 6, 2011
  17. austonh

    austonh Gold Member Gold Member

    Jun 26, 2012
    I'm not a fixed blade kind of guy, but I would be stoked to have any of those in my collection. Beautiful work!
  18. Able Dog

    Able Dog

    Dec 26, 2013
    Здра́вствуйте Olamic Cutlery!

    Beautiful knives as always, I'm blown away by the attention to detail.

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