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I- 12 Red Siamese Rosewood Wa handle with white horn ferrule 145mm

I- 12 Red Siamese Rosewood Wa handle with white horn ferrule 145mm

Regular price $78.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $78.00 USD
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  • Handle is well handmade at tenon and mortise construction
  • Size is 145*19*24 mm, base at 23*27.5 mm, hole is 13*3.5*120mm. If you need to extend the hole, let me know by a note when placing order
  • For other requests/questions, please message me on IG of knifehandle37, or send email to
  • Only 1 available, grab yours now


Natural Wood and Buffalo Horn ferrule

Shipping & Returns

Shipping to US: 10-12 days

Shipping to Singapore: 7 days

Shipping to other places: 10-20 days

Express shipping is available for wholesales order. Please send me email if you need that.


  • Knife handle could be Wa/Octagonal, D, Oval, Half Oval + Half Wa shapes, giving you the ability to choose the perfect shape for your grip. Please leave me a note of your prefered size shape when placing orders.
  • It's important to note that if you do not leave any notes or specifications when you place your order, the handle will be made in the default size and shape. default shape/ size of handle is wa handle with size of 130*1*1*23 mm, hole is 13*3*100 mm

Care Instructions

Wooden knife handles require proper care to maintain their appearance and functionality over time. Here are some care instructions to keep in mind

- Clean the handle after each use: After using your knife, wipe the handle clean with a damp cloth or sponge. This will prevent dirt and grime from building up on the handle and damaging the wood.

- Do not soak the handle: Avoid immersing the handle in water or soaking it for extended periods, as this can cause the wood to swell, crack, or warp. Instead, use a damp cloth to wipe the handle clean.

- Dry the handle thoroughly: After cleaning the handle, make sure to dry it thoroughly with a clean towel. Moisture can cause the wood to warp or crack over time, so it's essential to keep the handle as dry as possible.

- Oil the handle periodically: Wood handles benefit from occasional oiling, which helps to keep them hydrated and prevents cracking. Use a food-grade mineral oil or another food-safe oil to apply a light coat to the handle, then wipe away any excess with a clean cloth.

- Store the knife properly: To avoid damage to the handle or blade, store your knife in a dry, cool place, away from moisture and heat sources.

By following these care instructions, you can help extend the life of your wooden knife handle and keep it looking great for years to come.

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