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Santa Fe Stoneworks Dinosaur Bone Knife

So old. So pretty. (Photo: Santa Fe Stoneworks)
So old. So pretty.

Part of the handle on this knife ($95) is made from a 150-million-year-old Brontosaurus bone that was found in the four-corners area of the Southwest. The three-inch Damascus steel blade is made in Japan.

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