Bone, horn, and antler are all popular materials for knife handles due to their unique appearance, durability, and natural feel. Read more.

Bone handles are made from the bones of various animals and are prized for their durability and resistance to wear and tear. They can be dyed or stained to enhance their natural grain patterns and come in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit different types of knives.

Horn handles are made from the horns of animals such as water buffalo, cattle, and sheep. They are also known for their durability and resistance to wear and tear, and can be polished to a smooth finish or textured for better grip.

Antler handles are made from the antlers of animals such as deer, elk, and moose. They are prized for their natural beauty and unique patterns, which vary from species to species. Like bone and horn handles, antler handles can be dyed or stained to enhance their natural colors and patterns.

All three of these materials require careful shaping and preparation to be suitable for use as knife handles, and it’s important to choose high-quality materials that are free from cracks or other defects that could affect their durability and performance.

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