In these fast-moving times we are creating things which will last and will tell stories long time after we will be gone.
People from Dellinger Cutlery are ready to offer you distinctive knives which you desire for and which you deserve. The knives by Dellinger are being made with character and with sense for functionality. Each knife by Dellinger Cutlery will catch your attention by its beauty, uniqueness and it will also be ready to make your every wish come true. Dellinger Cutlery was founded by individuals with passion and love for knives. Our love for knives overcame the meaning of the word passion – production and selling beautiful knives is part of - what and who we are. Our love and passion are pushed into the design and shape of each knife. This is the reason why we decided to introduce creative and interesting styles of knives, which are manually produced just for you.
The genuine Damascus steel is known for its great beauty, incredible strength and the ability to keep its edges sharp. The pattern is created by sequential folding and forging of two or more kinds of steel together. Thanks to it the blade is strong but flexible. We use our hands to create things which will live and tell their story. Each thing we create is born from the energy, love and craftsmen's care. The Damascus steel is well-known not only for this intensive processing and beautiful design, but also for its rich history which surrounds it. By all this, your knife becomes much more. It is unique, original and unmistakable work of art.
The history says that the Damascus steel has been known since the beginning of 4th century, during the period of Alexander the Great. The mastery of creating shields and weapons made of Damascus steel was very secret and unavailable. The legends of these times tell stories about swords made of Damascus steel, which were so sharp, that they cut silk cloth during the flight. Unfortunately, as the result of concealing the processing of forging the Damascus steel, the secret was lost somewhere around 1750 A.D. and was never completely found again. Today, many craftsmen claim that they re-discovered the ancient processing of creating the legendary Damascus steel – however the lack of evidence make this claims unreliable.