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Perceval L10 Damascus Blade Meteor Scales

The most expensive knife we’ve ever seen

This knife came from outer space. (Photo: Perceval Knives)
This knife came from outer space.

We’ve seen some spendy knives before. But this one definitely sets a new bar. 

It's astronomically expensive because the thing is hand-crafted in a French village that’s been known for its bladework since medieval times. The handle is also forged from the remains of a meteorite found in Scandinavia in 1906. 

If you want one, be warned: they take three months to build.

$5,375, perceval-knives.co.uk

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